The old part of Trogir is located on an island that is separated from the mainland by a canal and by a wider channel from the much larger island of Ciovo. We stayed for five nights in August and found it extremely busy, particularly the bank holiday weekend of 15th August, with traffic jams trying to get in to the place or to the beaches on Ciorvo. Fortunately we did not have a car and found boat was the best means to get around eg to visit nearby Split. The town itself is fascinating to wander around the narrow streets, an activity that does not take that long but is enjoyable to repeat. There is some nice Venetian architecture.
As Trogir is on the flight path to nearby Split airport, some may find the fairly frequent low flying aircraft interesting, whereas others would find them a nuisance.
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