Villa Bianca

Marulovo BB, Island of Ciovo, Trogir, 21223, Croatia
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Family Hotel

by poons

Hi - we are thinking of visiting Trogir early September. I wonder can anyone recommend a nice family run hotel? We did find the Medina Hotel, but dont like the look of this as it is too big and impersonal. We really would like a smaller hotel with more of a personal touch.
Also - is it easy to get a taxi from Split airport to Trogir - if so, how much should we expect to pay.

Thanks very much.

RE: Family Hotel

by diocletianvs

Try this website for the list of smaller hotels and pensions:

Note that Ciovo island is connected by the bridge with Trogir Old town so there are hotels that are situated on the island, but are in fact only few hundred meters from the old town.

Split Airport is close to Trogir, taxi shouldn't cost more than 70 kn (10 Eur) - might even be somewhat cheaper. Taxis wait in front of the airport - it's very easy.

RE: RE: Family Hotel

by poons

Hi Niksa.

Thank you very much for this website... it is very useful.

I am in touch now with some small hotels, and they are all being very helpful.
I am sure we will have a wonderful holiday in Trogir...

Thank you again.

Kind regards,

RE: Family Hotel

by Lesleee

Do be careful where you book. I was in Trogir in August. Actually not in Trogir itself just outside. It was a really nice appartment, very friendly owners and great and safe for kids. Cross small road and at beach. BUT the apartment was on an island, to get to it had to cross a road bridge. There was ALWAYS huge traffic jams there, no matter what time. The quickest time it took us to get over was half an hour usually longer. We would park the car and walk, it was quicker. Make sure you are in Trogir itself so you don't have that problem.
I found there were very few English people there. I found the Croats to be indefferent to us, not friendly like the Spanish or Greeks. Also the beaches were all pebble beaches (actually huge stones sometimes) and the "sand" beaches were in fact gravel. Not ideal for children although we of course made the most of it. You can buy shoes to wear on the beach and in the sea. They cost about £4 a pair or more.
Also if you are using a car beware of the police. They dish out parking fines like sweets although no "no parking signs", to be paid on the spor. £40!
Hope you enjoy your holiday.

Travel Tips for Trogir

Palace Cipiko

by croisbeauty

Cipiko Palace, the most beautiful medieval house of the old town, stands right opposite to the cathedral. The alone palace is actually complex from the higher building with time joined to the unique completeness.

Clock Tower and Loggia

by BruceDunning

The Square St. John Paul II-or trg Ivana Pavla II is the main focal point for the sites and congregating of activity. Right in the middle of it is the St. Lawrence church and the clock tower and City Hall. The clock tower was part of a church at one time built in 1422, but the church is now destroyed. The ruins of the church are to the left of the clock tower. The tower has statues of Christ, St. Sebastian, and St. Nicolaus. They had a major restoration in late 1800's. The loggia (Gradska loza) has a lot of reliefs on the inside walls, some of which were destroyed in 1932 when locals tried to erase the images of Italian influence in the area.

The Church of St. Carmel

by croisbeauty

The church of St. Carmel is one of the oldest church of Trogir, situated next to the northern gate "Terrae Fermae". It is in pretty poor conditions now and closed for the public visitors. The church dominates the small square where few cafe-bars and restaurants are situated and it looks like a pleasant place to spend summer evenings.

A wander around Trogir

by BlueLlama

First tip for would-be travellers to Trogir: come when everything is open.

I visited on a Sunday in the low season and pretty much everything of interest was closed. Despite that, there were many tour groups, so on second thoughts, there may be something to be said for visiting at such times. The cathedral, which constitues the main attraction according to the guidebooks, is open to visitors at certain times only (including Sundays), so it's wise to check them.

That said, I enjoyed my time in Trogir very much. It was simply a shorter visit than I'd planned. A half day to a day if you enter the church, etc, whereas a couple of hours was enough for our visit. Wandering the narrow streets is an experience; flowers and architectural flourishes are set against the by-now-familiar Croatian stone houses, making the alleys and modest squares a pleasure to discover.

Outside the old town, we sat by the calm of the waterfront. And had the view almost to ourselves - the only other people were a handful of locals strolling and walking dogs. Clean and calm.

While wandering about in the centre, we finally gave into an icecream. There are plenty of cafes and shops here and, it seems, all over Dalmatia. Trogir is particularly nice for relaxing with something sweet though - the cobbled squares seem to have been made for people-watching!


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