One of many questions you ask yourself before traveling to any destination is why would this be my ideal destination or what can I do from here?
Trogir holds its answer in its specific geographical location. Trogir can be your starting point for any other destination in the Adriatic. If you go East, you can visit Split and spend a day sightseeing the old town and Diocletian’s palace. If you choose West, you can visit Šibenik and its castles. Either way you go, you will find beautiful sites, museums, restaurants, cultural events, and islands or beaches. Being in the middle has its advantages - the island Brač, Hvar, Vis, and Drvenik are close by.
From Trogir, you can go visit much smaller, but interesting places near by and it is perfect for day trips like Primošten; Solin with its roman ruins; Imotski that has beautiful lakes – Modro and Crveno Jezero; Sinj which can take you back in time during the Alka season when they reenact the 300-year-old tournament on horseback; or maybe you would like to visit old and rustic Dalmatian villages.
Are you a hiking enthusiast? Great! Nearby are Kozjak and Mosor full of hiking paths and beautiful lookouts and camping sites.
Maybe you want to spend your day shopping? Try delicious local wines in the ambiance of their vineyards? Feel the charm of still untouched traditions and islands like Prvić & Zlarin, the National park Krka, Kornati... even the UNESCO protected National Park of Plitvice is about a 4 hour drive from Trogir.