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Trogir is an amazing small town in central Dalmatia. Apart from the great and intimate atmosphere the town provides, the location of Trogir enables you to take day tours to some fantastic locations in the vicinity. We invite you to read our short guide on choosing the best day tours from Trogir.
Discover the island Šolta and its picturesque landscape. Visit an authentic agricultural ....
Book this tour and enjoy a perfect morning relaxing and taking in the spectacular nature ....
Take the opportunity to enjoy the day on the Šolta island where you will visit beautiful ....
If you are tired of crowded cities and the commotion of everyday life and want to spend a....
Have a day of adventure by visiting the best known Dalmatian island. Swim, explore and le!...
Enjoy a private speedboat tour and visit some of the most amazing sights in Split archipe....
Join us on this island-hopping and take the opportunity to visit some of the most fascina....
Take a break from your everyday life and have an amazing time on this dream tour where yo....
Hike and climb on the Croatian mountain! Discover Natural Park Velebit, Cerovac Caves (Lo!...
Get away from all your problems and dive into deep blue sea of Adriatic and experience a ....
Enjoy the amazing paths and views from the top of the mountain Kozjak and visit the most ....
Book this tour and enjoy hiking on mountain Perun and experience beautiful views on other!...
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
The places visited in this tour were very nice and interesting. I would specially like to write about our guide lDarijo Tavric. He is very knowledgeable but also very funny and has a good music collection that he plays it at the right moment and make us appreciate more nature, art and life.
Well organised tour to a brilliant destination. First class company ( Grey Line) and the guide was exceptional. Coped with a very difficult situation and an ill passenger admirably. Peter was extremely knowledgable and the information greatly added to the day. He made it very clear he was there to make sure we got the most out of the day. Gave wonderful tips to make sure we maximised the time we had in Dubrovnik. Driver was also really lovely. Greeted every one and helped people on and off the bus as needed. Again nothing was too much trouble. An unforgettable experience.
Everyone should do this trip. A great day with amazing scenery. A huge thanks to our tour guide, he was excellent.
Everything about the event was excellent, from the flexibility with the start and end times, the transport that transferred us from the hotel, and of course the friendly and skilled staff and the rafting experience itself.
The event may be a little tame for real extreme sports people or avid white water rafters, but for a fun day out for a big group (27 of us) of varying ages (eldest was nearly 70), this was a hugely enjoyable afternoon.
We got picked up at 1pm and were back at our hotel at around 6.30pm. It was about 1hrs drive each way.
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