More on Trogir
Trogir is accessible by bus which can be boarded from Split city where the nearest airport is located. It experiences mild Mediterranean climate, receiving about 2700 hours of sunlight per year with an average air temperature of 15°C that reaches a high of 30°C in the summer and a sea temperature that averages 25°C in the summer. It has a unique town hall that was built in the 15th century and has a gothic yard that is adorned with a monumental stair case and a coat of arms which is a great place to visit if you are in town. It is also home to St. Nicholas’ convent, a Benedictine convent that has the Greek god of opportunity, Kairos, carved from marble. The convent is accessible from October to May on appointment. There is also abundance of sea food that is prepared in a way that oozes Trogir’s authenticity and is light and healthy. Trogir has stunning beaches and stunning islands that are a sight to behold. One can also enjoy the expertise used to construct the walls of the town as part of the wall which was built between the 13th and 14th centuries are still present on the southern side together with the city gate which was built in the 1490s. There is also a monument of St. John of Trogir, who is the patron saint of the town, on the Northern entrance of the old town. The people in Trogir town are welcoming, hospitable people that will make you feel welcome.