Trogir has kept its medieval town centre and is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Its alleyways, bars, cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops make Trogir’s old centre to a lively hot spot. For those seeking cultural stimulation, Trogir is just the place.
Sail to the islands Brac, Hvar, Vis, and Solta… Visit the old town of Korcula or the blue cave on Bisevo. Enjoy the sea’s beauty in one of Dalmatia’s most beautiful sailing estuaries.
The ACI marina of Trogir is situated on the small island Ciovo and is connected to the main land via a bridge. The town centre can be reached on foot via the bridge. The marina has the usual amenities, as well as a supermarket, a workshop, a spare parts warehouse and a fabulous restaurant with an incredible view over the old town.
The large supermarkets are on the main land. There is a small fruit and vegetable market just by the bridge. In the town centre there is a daily farmer and fish market, small little shops, a bakery and a butcher. There are cash points located all over the town.
In the main marina building there is a good restaurant, from where, especially in the evenings, one has a fabulous view over the old town. In the town centre there are many different restaurants, cafes and bars.
There is a gas station right by the Pitter pontoon, at the Western end of the marina.
There is 24 h surveilled parking within the marina.
If you arrive by plane, we will gladly arrange your transfer by taxi, minivan or shuttle bus and bring you to the marina.