Trogir is a small city, port, and summer resort in center Dalmatia, placed on the west entrance to Kaštela bay, at around 1 meter above sea level. The city core lies on a small island in a gorge between the coast and Čiovo island, with bridges connecting it with Čiovo and the coast. Adriatic freeway connects Trogir with all towns in Dalmatia, and Split airport is just 4 km east of the city.
Trogir is a strict tourist center with mild Mediterranean climate. Coastline of Trogir riviera has many bays, capes and coves such as Stari Trogir cove with its pebble, stone, and sandy beaches, Volulja cove, Vela Rina cove on Mali Drvenik island, Krnjkaši cove on Veli Drvenik island, St. Fumija – small island on the southwest from Čiovo, Saldun cove, Racetinovac cove, Kancelirovac cove on the west side of Čiovo and Pantana area, placed east of Trogir, with a spring, small river and a beach.
With Mediterranean vegetation, vineyards, figs, carobs, olives and aromatic plants, Trogir area is ideal for excursions, cruises, and other leisure activities at sea. Baradići village in Seget Gornji is an attractive excursion point, with its preserved rural architecture and a viewingpoint for mid-dalmatian islands.
Trogir has 13000 residents, and their main sources of livelihood are shipbuilding, tourism, agriculture and fishing.