Trogir in Croatia. Trogir is a historic town located on the Dalmatian coast in Croatia, about 25 kilometers west of Split. The town is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture, including its Romanesque cathedral, Renaissance palace, and Venetian fortress. Trogir is also famous for its lively port, narrow cobblestone streets, fish markets, and restaurants offering delicious local cuisine. The town is a popular tourist destination in Croatia and attracts many visitors every year.
The port of Trogir is located in the central part of the town and is known for its lively atmosphere and picturesque beauty. The port is surrounded by historic buildings and cobblestone streets, and is lined with many restaurants, cafes, and bars offering views of the Adriatic Sea. It is also a starting point for boat excursions to the surrounding islands and beaches in the area. The port of Trogir is one of the busiest ports on the Dalmatian coast and attracts many boaters and tourists throughout the year.