Why choose Trogir as you starting point?
Imagine a stone town on a small island, connected by draw-bridges to the mainland. Around it, yachts sailing on the beautiful azure sea, glistening in the sun or reflecting moonlight. People and boats coming and going, laughter spreading throughout the harbor and coastline. Picture all that in your mind and you won’t be far from Trogir, a personification of Mediterranean atmosphere situated in the Kaštela Bay, between the island of Čiovo and the mainland. A fascinating number of cultural and historic sites await in the old core of Trogir: the city`s medieval walls and gates, royal palaces, the Clock tower – from the church of St. Sebastian and the famed cathedral of St. Lawrence, a fine piece of art as well as an architectural marvel.
What to do and see on your yacht charter holiday in Trogir?
The narrow stone streets and small squares hold restaurants, cafes, and galleries along with music events and historic sites, like the Northern gate, the church of St. John the Baptist and the cathedral of St. Lawrence. Various performing events take place throughout the summer: classical evenings, folklore evenings, Fishermen Nights and other interesting exhibitions of art in local galleries. Plenty of different beaches, from sand to rock, are to be found around Trogir – Pantan, Kava, Slatina, all gorgeous beach but the most popular beach on the island is in Okrug Gornji, where concerts and parties are a summer tradition. Among other summer activities such as surfing and diving lessons, one of the more exciting things to do around Trogir is a short sail away - Hvar Island and the Blue Cave, famed for its azure waters and the blue glow of white sand beneath.
When to sail in Trogir?
With a mild Mediterranean climate, Trogir is a superbly smart choice for a long sailing vacation. Air temperatures climb to between 30-38 degrees Celsius, while the sea temperature can reach nearly reach 30 degrees. In the summer, it is normal to see 2 to 5 days of precipitation per month around Trogir. June, July and August are the busiest months of the season, but sailing is still possible from early May to mid-September, if you are a learned sailor or have hired a skipper.