Trogir, the most beautiful city-island in the world according to rating of the famous National Geographica magazine, is located in the Split-Dalmatia County. It is located in central Dalmatia, in the northwestern part of the Kaštela bay. The town lies on a small island in the sea strait between the mainland and the island of Čiovo with which it is connected by bridges. The historic center of the town is a unique cultural monument, that is why Trogir has been in the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1997.
Thanks to the rich cultural history and the mild Mediterranean climate, Trogir is a well-known tourist center, and from year to year it has an increase in arrivals and overnight stays. Due to the diverse coastline with more than a thousand islands, attractive beaches and a mild Mediterranean climate with 2400 to 2800 sunny hours per year, the Adriatic coast is one of the most important tourist destinations in the Mediterranean and the main tourist generator of Croatian tourist demand.
Trogir is well connected to the rest of Croatia and Europe thanks to the close proximity of the international airport, highway and passenger ports. From the second largest city in Croatia, Split is about 28 kilometers away and from Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, it is about 380 kilometers far away.
In Split-Dalmatia County there is the second most popular Croatian airport, Split Airport. It is about 5 kilometers north-east from the center of Trogir. At this airport lands over 40 domestic and international airline companies, including Aeroflot, Air Berlin, Austrian Airlines, Croatia Airlines, Finnair, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines, Vueling Airlines and Wizz Air. The airport is connected with Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dublin, Geneva, Kiev, London, Manchester, Moscow and Zurich.
The nearest railway station is located in Split, east of Trogir. Split Train Station is part of the main railway line Split-Zagreb and offers direct connections to a number of Croatian and international destinations – among others – Knin, Zagreb, Budapest and Prague. However, many railway lines are seasonal, they are only offered during the main season.
Trogir is well integrated into the regional and national road network. Highway A1 from Zagreb to Split connects north and south of the country and is of great importance for the overall development of the county. Trogir is connected to Split by the national road D8, the so-called, the Adriatic Highway, with Šibenik is connected by the national road D58. The most important Croatian motorway A1 (which connects Zagreb with Split, and when it is completed with Dubrovnik), which is part of the European Motorway E65 (connecting Sweden with Greece) is about 22 kilometers from Hotel Medena (24 minutes by car). The hotel can also be reached by the Adriatic highway, the state road D8 connecting the northern and southern Adriatic.
Public transport in Trogir is organized by local buses. Trogir is connected by buses to a large number of local (Solin, Kaštela, Marina, etc.), interurban (Dubrovnik and Zagreb, etc.) and international lines (Austria, Germany, etc.) that depart from the main bus station.
Trogir has a small ferry port with one line between Trogir and the island of Drvenik. The next larger ferry port is in Split, which offers frequent ferry connections to Central Dalmatian islands as well as to Ancona in Italy. Through the Port of Split in 2015., around 650,000 vehicles have passed.
During the summer season there are numerous cruisers from Athens, Barcelona, Istanbul, Monte Carlo, Kotor, Naples, Palermo, Rome, Venice and many other cities.
Trogir’s marinas, as a significant starting point for sailors, support the popularity of the region and can therefore be considered as an important demand generator. There are three marinas in Trogir area, ACI Trogir Marina, Marina Baotić 300 and Marina Trogir, which is, as well as Hotel Medena owned by Kermas Energy.