Trogir is a destination characterized by series of natural, cultural and historic sights.

Quiet bays, intact islets and islands in its archipelago attract numerous yachtsmen and sailing fans who are amazed by fusion of cultural amenities, refined gastro experiences and natural beauty. Due to its unique position and developed marine infrastructure, Trogir is entitled “The best Croatian nautical destination” in 2022.

Due to its Mediterranean vegetation, mild climate and magnificent beaches in hidden bays, the island of Čiovo offers plenty of possibilities for sailing, recreation, entertainment and rest.

The ACI Marina Trogir on the island of Čiovo, connected by the bridge to the old town, is open all year round. There are cafés, restaurants, charter agencies and a fitness centre within the marina, making it an ideal place to start your journey through the marvellous Trogir archipelago.

The islands of Drvenik Veliki and Drvenik Mali are particularly interesting and appealing to tourists due to their intact nature, beautiful bays and beaches. If you need to escape from the hectic everyday life, a trip to these islands will replenish both your mind and body. Anchor in one of the bays and enjoy the intoxicating scents of nature and the view of the crystal blue sea.

Drvenik Veliki is only 8 nautical miles away from Trogir and is surrounded by several smaller islands.

The village of Drvenik Veliki is the only inhabited place on the island with the marina for yachtsmen. Other suitable anchorages are in the Grabula bay and the Solinska bay in the south.

The most visited beach is near the island of Krknjaši, known as the Blue Lagoon. There are also several restaurants on the beach so you can enjoy freshly prepared fish specialties and discover some of the secrets of Dalmatian cuisine.

Drvenik Mali is an island with indented coast, and the shallow sea makes it suitable for fishing. Unspoiled nature, beautiful beaches and peaceful surroundings are great for a quiet and intimate vacation.