Adriatic Apartments are located at Ul. Špira Puovića 1 42, 21220, Trogir on the beautiful island of Ciovo. With stunning views out over the Adriatic sea and over to the mainland, a leisurely 10 minute walk will place you in Trogir and/or the mainland. We are a two minute taxi ride from Trogir or 15 minutes ride from Split. Local cafes, restaurants and beaches are a 5 minute stroll from the property.
Trogir is a richly historic town and harbour stretching back over 2000 years. Located on the Adriatic coastline of Croatia and part of the ‘Country of 1000 Islands’, this part of Croatia is widely considered to be the jewel of the Adriatic. Situated 5kms from Split Airport on the Adriatic coast in Split-Dalmatia County, Trogir is a short 10 minute drive to numerous popular tourist destinations whilst a leisurely, fascinating walk from one end of the island to the other takes only half an hour and is suitable for all levels of mobility.
The heart of Trogir is set within medieval walls on a small island between the mainland and the larger Ciovo Island. Known for it’s beautiful Baroque Romanesque and Renaissance style buildings, Trogir is a treasury of cultural and historical monuments and tributes to the Mediterranean landscape.
Our helpful staff are all fluent in English and happy to provide information about taxis and local ferry timetables for those who are interested. Information is available on the hire of scooters and bicycles for those who may like the freedom to stop wherever whilst exploring our beautiful coastline.
We encourage all our guests to adopt the philosophy of ‘Kairos – God of the Fleeting Moment’ who reminds us to seize the favourable opportunity before it is gone forever! Make the most of your stay at Adriatic Apartments, talk with the friendly locals to discover the best kept secrets of this beautiful country. Take a trip back in time whilst exploring the rich, cultural history here which dates back to the Hellenistic period. The ancient bas-relief of Kairos dates back to the 3rd Century BC and is housed in the Benedictine Convent of St Nicholas in Trogir.