A UNESCO World Heritage site, Trogir is considered to be one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe, and is dripping with Old World European charm. Secluded on a tiny island protected by medieval walls, it checks all of the boxes for the “perfect small town” criteria: walkable, scenic, easygoing vibe, great local food. While it's easily reached on a day trip from Split, Trogir also makes a good alternative base to the big city and a relaxing place to spend a few days. Here are the best boat tours from Trogir selected for you.
Take in the highlights of Croatia’s Dalmatian coast on this boat tour from Trogir. Marvel at natural wonders such as the Blue Cave and the Monk Seal Cave on Biševo island; explore the village of Komiža, swim and snorkel in Stiniva Cove and Budikovac Island and, finally, enjoy the quaint coastal town of Hvar.
Discover the town of Hvar with a small group and an expert skipper on this 9-hour boat tour from Trogir to visit and learn about its major attractions, including Milna Bay and the nearby Pakleni islands, where you will be able to swim and snorkel, and enjoy delicious meal on the beach.
Discover the beauty of the islands nearby Trogir on full day boat tour to the Blue Lagoon and Šolta: the beautiful village of Maslinica on the island of Šolta, the Vela Rina beach on Drvenik Mali island, and the Blue Lagoon on Drvenik Veli island. You will have opportunity to go swimming and snorkeling and spot seagulls, grebes and, if it’s your lucky day, dolphins.
Get aboard a comfortable motor boat to spend a day in the name of the sea, the relaxation and the local culture. Enjoy the sea at the Blue Lagoon on the island of Drvenik Veli; visit the village of Stomorska on the island of Šolta, whit time to lunch in one of the many taverns and finally a a glass of Dalmatian wine in a traditional cellar in Milna.