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Planning an adventure is the best cure for a case of wanderlust. What about booking a trip to Split - Middle Dalmatia? There are heaps of cool places to crash close to where it's all happening in Trogir. Around 39 are within a radius of 5-kilometre of Trogir.
No-one in their right mind would take a trip to Trogir without catching the Diocletian's Palace. The Adriatic Queen Villa and Filomena Spa & Lifestyle Club are within walking distance of Diocletian's Palace.
At Wotif, we get that it is often best to stay close to an area's best attractions. In Trogir, you can stay close to the Kamerlengo Fortress. The Villa PaPe is a kilometre away from the Kamerlengo Fortress. The Villa Katarina is 3 kilometres away.
Places to book near the Trogir Main Square are the Villa Paula and Apartmani Slavica. The Villa Mihaela and Apartments Vojin are near the Cathedral of St. Lawrence. However, if you are in Trogir for the Cipiko Palace, you might be better off making a reservation at the Luxury Apartments Villa Tea and Villa Fani - Apartments and Rooms instead.
4 kilometres away from the centre of Trogir is the Villa Mediteran. Alternatively, the Hotel Sveti Kriz is located 2 kilometres away. Alternative accommodation options include the Hotel Vila Tina and the Hotel Medena.
Don't be a goose and farewell Trogir without checking out the other cool things to see and do in Dalmatia. Explore the ruins in Dalmatia, and also enjoy the area's lovely beaches. In this part of Croatia, travellers might try their hand at mountain biking and rock climbing.
It's well known that Australians just love to have a good time, so consider staying a little longer and check out the Split Riva, Diocletian's Palace and Bacvice Beach, which you'll find in Split, 19 kilometres to the east of Trogir. The Hotel More and Hotel Jona are a few of the great accommodation options in Split. Alternatively, you could stay in Supetar, 30 kilometres to the southeast of Trogir, where you can choose from the Villa Skula and Hotel Villa Adriatica. The Supetar Beach and Petrinovic Mausoleum are just some of the more popular points of interest to explore when you're in Supetar.
If watching sport is what you love, be sure to take a trip to Poljud Stadium, which is 13 kilometres to the east of Trogir. Like to stay near the action? The Adriatic Queen Villa and the Filomena Spa & Lifestyle Club could both be ideal.
If you decide to fly into Trogir, Zadar Airport is your most logical airport. It is 95 kilometres from Trogir's heart. The Pansion Matanovi Dvori is a nearby hotel.
Hotels in Trogir start at AU$68 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.