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In a word, yacht charter Trogir is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Croatia and along the Adriatic coast. In fact, it's listed in the UNESCO World Heritage as one of the best preserved medieval centers in Europe. The city itself lies in the southern part of the Adriatic coast, close to Split. But reason so many people come here is for the stunning beaches and spectacular landscape and, of course, for the sailing potential.
The most appealing part of town to tourists is the historic part of town which is located on an island between the Croatian mainland and the island of Ciovo. The whole town was founded by Greek colonists and it was further developed by the Romans due to its strategic position. It says a lot about a city when it enjoys more than 2300 years of continuous urban tradition.
People who enjoy medieval towns, are certainly going to like it here, because yacht charter Trogir is full of old buildings that today house art galleries, shops and cafes, along the narrow stone paved streets, all encased by the 15th century walls. These in themselves can be considered an attraction by the guests as they recreate an atmosphere that can be seldom found in most of today's modern cities.
Among the buildings that constitute attractions are the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, the Church of St. Dominic, the Cipiko Palace, the Clock Tower, the Kamerlengo Castle and the St. Mark's Tower and the Land Gate. These should be on your visit list if it's your first time in Trogir.
Because it's part of the Dalmatian coast, yacht charter Trogir will try to tempt you with dishes belonging to the Dalmatian cuisine which is based on simple fish or meat dishes, especially the grilled variety, which is an art the locals have mastered beautifully. Mussels, shrimp (scampi), fish stew with rice, marinated beef with noodles and deserts like krostule, egg cake (rozata), rafioli cake, are all considered among local specialties and taste delicious at any of the over 100 restaurants and bars all over the city.
Though not as happening after dark as other cities along the Croatian coast, you'll find that the best bars are hidden among the narrow streets of the city center. The waterfront is also a good place to head to at night, along the promenade, but also on the sandy beaches, where you'll find clubs that stay open until the early hours of the morning, crowded with masses of tourists and fun seekers. Just mingle with the crowds or just hang with your friends.
As far as festivals go, the Summer of Trogir is basically a series of concerts, exhibitions, folklore festivals and other cultural events. Sailing regulars can also enjoy an international film festival and a tenor competition which happens in July each year. Other than that, Trogir is a spectacle of lights, aromas and sounds in itself, to be enjoyed at least once in your life.