Trogir is full of charming little galleries. This was funny for me to see since I took a stroll down the street at 23 00 pm (was in the plane and on the road all day and needed fresh air) and peeked into this dark alley - the movement sensors switched on the lights and I got scared of the cock! :)
One of must-do's during your evening walk through city is to go to Riva and watch all kinds of boats and yachts and imaging yourself as an owner of one of them. This is me posing in front of one I particulary liked. :-)
This is about a long two block long corridor that runs the length of the water's edge. It is called Obala Obama Slavica, and has some of the more elegant structures and sites besides the boats docked alongside the harbor area. A number of the docked boats are for one day or more excursions onto other nearby islands, or special tours coming form as far as Dubrovnik or Riejka. They are smaller boats and may hold around 15-20 people for a fun on board time.
Trogir is a port on the outermost west part of the Bay of Kastela. It lies on a small island between the island of Ciovo and the land, from which it is separated with a narrow canal, over which a stone bridge was built. It is a city made of stone - old wells, sidewalks, bell-towers, stairs and Renaissance yards. Almost every house in Trogir will draw attention with its unique architectural details or a facade decorated with a relief around the door.