The most charming island town found just north of Split is an ideal exploration hub tucked away from the fast paced tempo of larger cities. Trogir is a unique historic settlement and harbor located on a small island snuggled between the Croatian mainland and the island of Čiovo. First settled in the 3rd century BC by Greek colonists and famously known for its Venetian architecture, Trogir has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1997. More than 2300 years of continuous urban tradition have left the town with a rich history of culture and numerous historical attractions in every corner. Strolling the carved stone streets of Trogir old town can be compared to exploring an open air museum with numerous towers, palaces, churches and even a fortress all while enjoying the sights and sounds of everyday life taking place within.