In the center of Dalmatia lies the medieval town of Trogir, which is since 1997 under the protection of UNESCO, and the 2015 National Geographic magazine named him the most beautiful island-city in the world. Inhabited in the 3rd century BC on the rock and sea, Trogir is today known as the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town and its old town is located on a small island that is a bridge, and the island of Brac.
Turbulent history of Trogir today evidenced by numerous preserved aristocratic palaces, churches, monasteries and archaeological remains that can be seen at every turn. Every stone here tells the story of the turbulent events that have been celebrated for centuries Trogir. Numerous legends for a moment will take you to the centuries when they walked the streets of Trogir aristocratic family, humble commoners and great artists who have shaped the Trogir in a beautiful city-museum of rich cultural and historical heritage.
It is only a few kilometers from the airport “Split" which makes it excellently connected with the world, Trogir has developed into a tourist city that constantly invests in tourist offer: new accommodation facilities, the marina, the access infrastructure and the like. Come and proštetajte its labyrinthine streets, and if you are lucky, maybe you and point Kairos, the god of a happy moment, which you need to quickly catch the tuft and make a wish. Let your desire is to return to Trogir!
Probably not the emperor Diocletian could not expect to be a grand town developed from its imperial residence when 1,700 years ago on the eastern slopes of Marjan decided to build his summer house, now known as the Palace of Diocletian. It was built of high quality stone and marble, Egyptian, and still monumental standing and reputation as a unique ancient monument works whose preservation was included even in 1979 in the World Heritage List of UNESCO.
Split is the cultural, sporting, political and administrative center of Dalmatia, whose tourism growth continuously increasing in the last ten years, which in Split leads many foreign investors. The last such example is the festival of electronic music “ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL", thanks to which split breaks all records of visits. Tourism renaissance experienced by all forms of tourism: nautical, spa (sulfuric thermal baths), congress, fishing, etc., And also are born and some new forms of tourism, eg. A large number of visitors who come in search of the sites to which was filmed series “The Games of Thrones".
Whatever your reason for coming was, we hope you will find time to go swimming on the beach in Split which Blue Flag (an indicator of the purity of the sea), enjoy the rich cuisine of local restaurants or book an excursion to the nearby islands, national parks and country estates.
Founded back in the 16th century, Seget’s own place and municipality, and for many years now functions as a suburb of Trogir, with which it communicates excellent bus and ferry lines. Thanks to its location and mild climate, the population today lives mainly from agriculture, fishing, shipbuilding, and of course tourism.
Seget is an excellent starting point for hikers, cyclists and palninare. Beautifully decorated walkways and paths lead you to Trogir or along the coast to Primosten. Above the guests to the church of Sv. Elijah arranged the path of health, built during the reign of the French in 1807. The track is better known under the name “Napoleon’s route". Besides you will do something for your health, it will provide you with wonderful panoramic view of the historic cities of Trogir and Split, and the islands Ciovo, Drvenik, Solta, Brac, Hvar and Vis.
Seget can be proud of with a very diverse cuisine. Numerous restaurants and taverns offer a wide range of different dishes. Make sure you do not miss a meal in the comfortable surroundings of the many restaurants. Treat yourself to fresh seafood delicacies, drink a glass of fine wine and enjoy local traditional desserts.