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From Split & Trogir: 5 Islands Day Trip with Blue Cave Entry

1. From Split & Trogir: 5 Islands Day Trip with Blue Cave Entry

Visit 5 of Croatia’s islands in style with a fun-filled day trip by speedboat. Head on an adventure where you explore caves, swim and snorkel, and discover Dalmatian towns.  Choose either Trogir or Split as your starting point. And best of all, choose from either a small-group or private experience.  Cruise on a 90-minute speedboat journey to reach the island of Biševo where the Blue Cave is located. Hop into a smaller local boat and explore the stunning Cave from the inside and admire its vibrant blue glow.  Continue next to the island of Vis. Explore the village of Komiža with 1 hour of free time. Discover the traditional Dalmatian fishing village with its narrow streets, pebble beaches, and inviting promenade.   Swing by Stiniva Cove next, accessing the cove at the sunniest time of the day for a quick 15-minute dip. Then head to Budikovac Island for your next activity: snorkeling and swimming in the Blue Lagoon. Borrow the snorkeling gear onboard to enjoy a relaxing hour-long dip here, or even a refreshment on the beach. Last up is a visit to Hvar, with some free time to eat lunch and do some sightseeing in the picturesque port city. Highlights include the historic town center and the Španjola Fortress’ views of the Pakleni Islands. Relax and enjoy the scenery as you are then transported back to Split or Trogir.

From Split: Trogir and Blue Lagoon Half-Day Tour

2. From Split: Trogir and Blue Lagoon Half-Day Tour

Depart from Split and reach the town of Trogir, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Experience the special atmosphere of the town as you wander through its narrow streets and its waterfront. Visit the Cathedral of St. Lovre and see the impressive Romanesque doors carved by Master Radovan in the 13th century. Continue the cruise to the Blue Lagoon, and marvel at its color. Snorkel with the gear provided, swim and enjoy time to sunbathe on deck. Explore the pebble beach surrounded by pine trees. Keep your eyes out for dolphins in their natural habitat. Make the last stop at the Laganini Beach bar on island Čiovo where you can relax with a cocktail or visit old the fishing village of Maslinica and relax in its unique atmosphere. Take the opportunity for more swimming and enjoy time for lunch or dinner (at your own expense).

Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split or Trogir

3. Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split or Trogir

Explore the walled Old Town of Dubrovnik and learn about the maritime Republic of Ragusa on a guided tour of the monuments of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire Renaissance and Baroque architecture within the 2-kilometer long defensive walls and stroll down the central Stradun. See one of the oldest pharmacies in the world at the Franciscan Church and Monastery and visit the Rector's Palace and Fort Lovrijenac. Get ample photo opportunities on the pedestrianized streets, and use your free time to take the cable car to the top of Srđ Hill. Take in the magnificent views of Dubrovnik and the archipelago, or stroll around the Old Town at leisure. 

Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split and Trogir

4. Dubrovnik Full-Day Tour from Split and Trogir

Start your tour of Dubrovnik with a visit to the Stradun Promenade for your first impression of one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful cities and its astonishing stone walls that extend over 1,940 meters (6,500 feet). Admire the monumental fortifications and city gates, before wandering the labyrinthine streets behind the ramparts. Almost entirely pedestrianized, the medieval town is a treasure trove of architectural gems. See columned porticoes and loggias fringing Renaissance squares of marble. Marvel at the 11th-century Town Hall, and go to Sponza Palace, notable for its elaborate stone carvings. Take in views of the Baroque Cathedral, and see the magnificent Treasury. Continue to the fortress-like Dominican Monastery and Baroque Church of St Blaise. Visit the Rector’s Palace of the glorious Republic of Dubrovnik, and marvel at its harmonious blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. You will then have 3 hours free for lunch and some shopping. Taste delicious Mediterranean specialities at the taverns of the Old City, ending with a coffee on Stradun, and buy some of the traditional filigree jewellery, or a bronze statuette of St. Blaise to remind you of your day in Dubrovnik, before the return transfer to Split.

From Split or Trogir: Krka Waterfalls and Šibenik

5. From Split or Trogir: Krka Waterfalls and Šibenik

Embark on a journey by bus to see some of Croatia's most stunning natural wonders in Krka National Park. Before visiting a historic town, follow your guide through the park's pathways, marvelling at its clear waterfalls. Begin your day with a drive that takes you between the Dalmatian coast and the hinterland. You enjoy views of Trogir, Split, and the surrounding landscape that features abundant greenery and picturesque villages. On this full-day excursion, your first stop will be in Šibenik to see the sights of the town, including the UNESCO-protected St. Jacob’s Cathedral. As you continue the drive you’ll have great views of the coast and offshore islands, and hear from your guide about the area's history. The next stop is in Krka National Park, at the Krka waterfalls. Walk along the wooden paths through the park’s stunning scenery, and hear the singing of rare birds and seawater mills that have been in action for centuries. See the magnificent Skradinski Buk, the biggest waterfall in the park, and one of the most beautiful cliff waterfalls in Europe. Visit Peninsula Primošten. Some of Croatia’s best-voted beaches are native to Primošten, and its vineyards are even on the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Enjoy in this medieval island town to swim, chill, eat, or take a scenic stroll.

From Split or Trogir: Mostar & Kravica Waterfall Group Tour

6. From Split or Trogir: Mostar & Kravica Waterfall Group Tour

Leave Croatia for the day and enjoy a group tour to Mostar and Kravica Waterfall, 2 of Bosnia’s most rewarding destinations. First, visit the beautiful Ottoman town of Mostar. Your guide will help you explore the town's rich history and Islamic heritage. Learn about Mostar's transition from centuries of Ottoman rule to a stint under the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Visit Mostar's historic bazaar and famous mosque. Then head to the 16th-century Old Bridge of Stari Most; a UNESCO World Heritage Site that's one of the finest examples of Islamic architecture in the Balkans. The tour will be guided, but you will also have the chance to explore Bosnia's most charming towns on your own. Feel free to shop at your leisure. You can also enjoy a traditional lunch in your choice of a cafe or restaurant. After lunch, head towards the beautiful Kravica Waterfall, an oasis in stone, where you can admire the nature and have a swim if the time permits before you return back to Split.

Trogir 1.5-Hour City Tour

7. Trogir 1.5-Hour City Tour

Experience the magic of Trogir on a 1.5-hour walking  tour, and see the romantic buildings of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The relaxed walk will explore all the historic landmarks of the medieval city, situated on a small island between the Croatian mainland and the island of Čiovo. Considered by many to be an open-air museum, Trogir will delight lovers of art, original architecture, and atmospheric streets. You will wander down narrow alleys to see up close Trogir’s complex heritage, from Romanesque and Renaissance courtyards to modern interiors. At its core is the grand Church of St. Lawrence (St. Lovro), a masterpiece by the Dalmatian architect Radovan. Almost no information exists about the career of this enigmatic artist, save for the monumental portal of Trogir’s cathedral. His art collections have aroused excitement among travelers for centuries, offering beauty personified in the relief of Kairos. Along the way, your guide who will enchant you with stories of exciting battles, mysterious characters, and the beautiful architecture that flourished under Venetian rule.

Krka Waterfalls & Guided Tour of Trogir From Split

8. Krka Waterfalls & Guided Tour of Trogir From Split

Spend a day in nature combined with sightseeing in the historical town of Trogir - the best possible way to spend your day on vacation, away from city crowds. After only 30 minutes of driving from Split you will stop to explore this cultural UNESCO heritage site. Accompanied by a licensed guide you have unique opportunity to explore this famous "city-museum". Walking around its historic center and narrow streets it feels like you are stepping back in time, to ancient Greece, Rome and Venice. Discover medieval walls, bell towers, preserved castles and churches. Full of impressions, you continue your journey towards the National Park. From the little riverside town of Skradin you will take a panoramic boat ride through the canyon of the Krka River. Spend some time with your guide who will explain all the secrets of this amazing area as you wind your way through the well-organised trails of Krka National Park. Follow educational trails and find Ethno village, old watermills, stone houses, souvenir shops, authentic buildings, and a restaurant. Spend your free time laying in the shadow of the tall trees and immerse yourself in breathtaking nature. Take a dip under the largest travertine barrier in this part of Europe and one of the most popular Croatian attractions - Skradinski Buk. Don't forget to take a photo in this Instagram-worthy place under the waterfalls.

From Trogir: Sunset Private Tour

9. From Trogir: Sunset Private Tour

Explore the picturesque and traditional fishing village of Maslinica, well-known for its stunning sunset views. Your romantic private journey starts at 7:00 PM to make sure you catch the best view of the end of the day.   Maslinica is surrounded by an archipelago of 7 islets, where you’ll stop on the way for a dip in the water. Go swimming or snorkeling before enjoying the sunset from the boat, sure to be one of the highlights of your evening.   In Maslinica, explore the town with its beautiful traditional stone houses with red roofs, fishermen’s boats, and the castle. This castle was built in 1708 and is now a hotel and a marina. Enjoy some free time to go walking around the town and to have a romantic dinner—most restaurants have amazing sea views. At 11:00 PM, head back to Trogir and enjoy the views of the stars.

Trogir City: Guided Tour of a UNESCO Heritage Site

10. Trogir City: Guided Tour of a UNESCO Heritage Site

Your tour guide will meet you at a prearranged meeting point in Trogir where you will be given a map and begin your tour through history. Let your imagination go and try to picture how the city once was. Trogir has 2300 years of continuous urban tradition. The name comes from the Greek "tragos" (male goat).  Its culture was created under the influence of the ancient Greeks, and then the Romans, Frenchs and Venetians. Trogir has a high concentration of palaces, churches and towers, as well as a fortress on a small island, and in 1997 was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. The tour guide will show you the sights in Trogir and tell you all about the history of the area and its buildings. If you need any information about what you can do in Trogir for the rest of your stay, restaurants with domestic food,  or things you can do for free, your guide will be happy to oblige.   Key sites you will encounter include: Gates of the city - built in the 12th century for protection of the city along with now destroyed walls Palace Fonfognia-Garagnin - baroque palace where the city museum is situated Palace Čipiko - Renaissance-Gothic palace that is today the base of the Trogir music ensemble St. Lawrence - a church that was built for 4 centuries and holds 4 different architectural characteristics Loggia on the square - was once a court house in the 13th century Rectors Palace - built in the 16th century the administration of the town is situated here to this day St. Nicholas monastery - built in the 11th century and the benedictine order is still situated there St. Dominics church - church and monastery of the Dominican order from the 13th century Kamerlengo Fortress - built at the edge of the city in the 13th century Marshal Marmont Gloriette - the memorial of the French rule    

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What people are saying about Trogir

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 50 reviews

We had a lovely time exploring the islands and caves around Split. Just in case you were wondering, the speedboat seats feel kind of like riding a skinny horse, but they're safe and secure and comfortable enough. As a bonus, we didn't get at all wet on the boat ride (no sea spray), which was nice since we visited in late April when the water was still quite chilly. Overall, we had a fantastic day exploring the area and learning a bit about its history. I'd highly recommend this tour; the islands are stunning and well worth the cost to visit.

I went on this trip by myself but it was great to see I wasn’t the only one. You get to know the others on your boat and explore the islands together. Plenty of opportunities to get in the water or stop for a drink. An experience I won’t forget!

It was great fun, the music was great the scenery was beautiful, really enjoyed the islands. Pupe and Sonny were friendly and we enjoyed learning about the different Islands from them.

The tour was excellent we enjoyed. Is an awesome experience with the guides Lea and Mario.

Fabulous day and got to see lots of the islands. Tour guide Filip was excellent!!