Top 10 Tours and Activites from Trogir
The small but historically very rich town Trogir, over time gained a lot of touristic popularity - and contrary to lots of other Croatian destinations - not because of the beautiful beaches. It gained the attention of the world for having lots of historic and cultural monuments, the atmosphere of the small streets and lots of art collections. Apart from that, Trogir has 2 big marinas that accommodate over 500 vessels. The visitors also enjoy visiting nearby places such as the Krka National Park or enjoy some adventure time on boat trips visiting the nearby islands or diving (either snorkeling or scuba diving) which this area is famous for.
Here is our list for the top recommended activities in Trogir:
Visit the Krka National Park
The National Park Krka is one of the most stunning natural spectacles and it's situated just one hour of driving from Trogir. The park is listed as a UNESCO World heritage sight and one of the most visited sight in the region - you really shouldn't miss visiting the Krka waterfalls. View all tours to the National Park Krka from Trogir
Take a boat tour to the Blue Lagoon
One of the most beautiful bays and having a crystal clear sea,the Blue Lagoon is our most recommended boat tour destination. Being so close it offers lots of options to visit the location, even with bigger and more comfortable boats. Apart form the Blue Lagoon, the boat trips also visit other interesting sights such as the island of Šolta and the peninsula Čiovo. View all boat tours to the Blue Lagoon from Trogir
Take a speedboat to the Blue Cave
The Blue Cave tour, or sometimes called the 5 islands boat tour, is a great option if you would like to visit the most significant and most popular island sights of central Dalmatia in just one day. This speedboat itinerary includes visiting Stiniva, Hvar, Green Cave and Pakleni islands. It is however not recommended for smaller children and pregnant women as the ride can get bumpy! View all tours to the Blue Cave from Trogir
Experience a snorkeling tour of marine life
The marine life in the region around Trogir is simply stunning and several locations are available where you can enjoy seeing lots of fishes, octopuses and sea horses. A great experience for any age - something different that anyone can try! View all snorkeling tours from Trogir
Visit the National Park Plitvice Lakes
The most visited natural sight of Croatia and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Sight, Plitivce is one of the most significant and one of the most popular locations in Croatia. Unless you are planing to visit Plitvice as part of your travel itinerary, we highly recommend using one of the days you are staying in Trogir to go and visit Plitvice Lakes. View all tours to Plitvice Lakes from Trogir
Take scuba-diving lessons or go diving
The islands around Trogir offer several amazing spots for scuba diving. Regardless if you are an absolute beginner and want to try scuba diving for the first time or you already have experience and just want to enjoy some time exploring the underwater world, both options are possible based on your skill level. View all diving tours from Trogir
You probably already heard about Dubrovnik even before coming to Croatia and it's definitely a must visit destination. If you are not planing on continuing your journey more south, this might be a good time to take a one day tour to Dubrovnik and see the highlights of the city in the several hours that you will have there. The drive is a bit long but well worth the trip! View all day tours to Dubrovnik from Trogir
Mostar is a famous city located in the neighboring country Bosna and Hercegovina and is a famous cultural pot, a city where half or its population are Muslim and the other half Christian - clearly separated geographically and divided by the river Neretva, over which the iconic bridge that gave the city its name stands proud. View all day tours to Mostar from Trogir
Take a Guided Walking tour of Trogir
Trogir is a wonderful place full of interesting historical details that you might miss if you just enjoy the promenade. Taking a short but informative walking tour might give you a better insight of the significance of Trogir over its long history. View all walking tours of Trogir
While staying in Trogir, if you look in the opposite direction of the sea, you will see the mountain Kozjak and a bit to the south the mountain Mosor. Both are amazing places to take a hike and offer amazing panoramic views of the surrounding archipelago. Highly recommended if you enjoy hiking! View all hiking tours form Trogir
Our guests personal experiences on Trogir tours
Great tour, very easy to book. We were the only ones snorkelling on a bout full of divers but we were very well looked after at all times by the guide. This is an opportunity to get further out and see some excellent areas, plenty to look at. I went with two boys for the morning, very good value for money. The equipment supplied was very good.
I’d recommend this tour for any group or individual of any age.
Scott C., United Kingdom
On excursion: Half Day Snorkeling Tour from Trogir and Split
Highly recommend! Our tour guide (whose name I have sadly forgotten) was excellent, always a smile on his face and lots of stories to tell. Perfect amount of time at each location. Loved this tour and our tour guide too!
Matthew K., Australia
On excursion: Visit Mostar and Medjugorje from Split and Trogir
Petar was very well informed about not only just the lakes tour itself but also giving us a general background of the history of Croatia both ancient and modern times. The tour route was well planned and thought out and going during Fall was a definite good call to avoid the huge tourist crowds in Summer. The bus itself was quite comfortable and clean which definitely a plus when each way is around 4 hours from Split. Would recommend to anyone looking for a hassle free trip to the Plitvice Lakes
Travis W., United States
On excursion: Discover the Beautiful National Park Plitvice Lakes from Split & Trogir