Apartments Trogir, Okrug Gornji, island of Ciovo, Croatia

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Trogir can be reached through land connections, air and sea. The city is located near the Adriatic highway which connects south parts of Croatia with the European countries.

If you are coming from the north you will take the A1 highway from Zagreb, throuh Karlovac, Zadar and Šibenik.

The international airport ''Split'' is only 3 km far from Trogir.

Near Trogir (approximately 30 km far) there is also a bigger transit centre Split. Split is a town which has extraordinary good bus-connections with every country in Europe, a railway station and a port in which both merchant and passenger ships put to shore.

If you arrive to Split by sea, you can do it by regular lines, alongside the Adriatic shore (Rijeka, Zadar, and Dubrovnik) or by international lines (Ancona, Persara, Bari, Venice).

Every 30 minutes there is a regular bus line from Split to Trogir of a local bus company ''Promet'' - a bus number 37.
To Okrug Gornji, Mavarcica Bay you can reach by car, over the bridge from Trogir, by a regional road.


Sea: 10 m Restaurant: ? m Post office: 200 m
Beach: 10 m Sport: 100 m Bus: 300 m
Center: 300 m Doctor: 300 m Main road: 7000 m
Grocery: 200 m Apothecary: 300 m Highway: 15000 m
Fishmonger: 300 m Exchange: 300 m Airport: 15000 m
Island of Ciovo
Zelic House, Okrug Gornji, island of Ciovo