The history of Trogir dates from the third century BC, the city was then called Tragurion. Even before the Roman era, Tragurion was one of the most important ports, but over the years its importance has declined. Later, with the succession of empires and kingdoms, Trogir gained and then lost importance.
During World War II, Italy occupied Trogir until 1944. Then it became part of Yugoslavia, and in 1991 finally it becomes part of the Republic of Croatia.
The beaches of Trogir are mostly made of small stones gently shaped by the sea, but there are sandy and rocky beaches. One of the most famous beaches of the city is called Pantan, where you can find sand and smoothed corners, after the beach there is a pine forest, which draws a truly beautiful location, perfect to spend a whole day in the trees that protect from the scorching sun and watch the beautiful view of the sea.
There is also the beach Okrug, popularly known among locals as “the Copacabana of Trogir “: during the summer, bars are open until dawn.
There is every reason to call this city the “city of museums”, because every rock and every building has historical value of different periods. Therefore, in 1997, UNESCO has appointed Trogin Heritage Site.
There are many restaurants and taverns in the Trogir area called Marina, here you can find local wines of excellent quality and delicious fish; the place is a bay that is perfectly protected from the wind. People come to Marina for sailing, diving and sport fishing; and there are a variety of bays around which you can access by rented boat or yacht.
No doubt, Trogir is a destination that cannot be neglected in the routes of our gulets. It is a place that offers something for all types of visitors: culture, art, history, originality, beauty, delicious food and fun.