Fringed by the deep blue waters of the Adriatic Sea and built of layers of architectural styles Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance put down over 2300 years since founded by the Greeks in 3BC, Trogir’s history and beauty is protected by a UNESCO World Heritage order.

It is a popular summer port for Europe’s floating jet set, which cruises the Dalmatian coast in super yachts of breathtaking ostentatiousness. It’s the start of the season, not too busy, but everyone is gearing up for the onslaught of tourists triggered by the start of European summer holidays.

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