Wondering what to do in Trogir? You will be surprised at all the things to do in Trogir even though this town is just one square kilometer. Many of the essential things to see in Trogir are found by wandering the cobbled streets of the old town, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997 for its octagonal layout dating from the Hellenistic period, as well as its Romanesque churches and Renaissance and Baroque buildings.
The network of streets leading to the eastern end of the island, where the Cathedral of San Lorenzo stands, is undoubtedly one of the essential places to visit in Trogir. Do not miss the Portico of Radovan (and their half-naked figures of Adam and Eve) and the Chapel of Blessed John, just two of the many attractions in Trogir.
In the square you can also find more Trogir attractions such as Cipiko Palace and the Clock Tower. At the opposite end of the island stands the Kamerlengo Fortress, one of the most popular places to visit in Trogir. Built between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries -- during the Venetian domination of the island -- it now houses a multimedia center and an outdoor cinema, both of which are great Trogir activities for all ages. By crossing the drawbridge that connects to the neighboring island of Ciovo you can enjoy spectacular beaches.
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