The Old houses
Trogir is an very typical Mediterranean town with lots of the medieval structures in its old core. Besides churches and palaces, there are many medieval houses of, more or less, very simple structure. Do not forget that it was settlement where most of its inhabitants were fishermen or hardworkers. Even poor in its structure, this houses are most charming.
Trg Ivana Pavla II
Trogir's main square is also a good place to begin your exploration of the town. The cathedral is located here as well as the Cipiko Palace, a Venetian mansion that dates to the 15th century. You'll also find the Town Loggia and its interesting clock tower and just off the square you'll find the Church of St. John the Baptist, which now houses a display of sacred art.
1600 AD pyramid
In front of the main entrance into the cathedral (in the far right of the first photo, hidden by the refection works), stands a small pyramid, about 2 m high, standing itself on a column about the same height.
The second photo shows a close up on its carving. Ikt is a long text in Latin that I will not try to translate, but the end gives the date "An Dom MDC", ie 1600 AD. However, I have not found what it commemorated.
Driving the Croatian coastline is as an easy, as an enjoyable experience. Taking this road, though not a highway, presents the opportunity to see many of the country's beauties by the Adriatic sea and watch them change from one region to another.
By Trogir, the scenery develops its special character, what we all think about hearing "Dalmatia"
Plenty of vineyards
Pines on rocks, that is, the islets, like Dalmatian spots fill up the seafront
Trogir itself, with its historic old town is a Dalmatian spot in endless time