Trogir is a small but exceptionally beautiful town with loads of incredible sights for everyone to see. As a matter of fact, its core is considered to be one of the best-preserved ones in the whole Europe. The Romanesque and Gothic architecture that forms the heart of Trogir is something you have to see to believe it, and the beauty of those stone buildings will throw you back into a completely different age. However, while Trogir’s sights are indeed incredible, it needs to be said that the town’s location is excellent, too. In fact, you could hardly be placed any better if you want to explore the Adriatic.

That’s why Trogir boat transfers are such a great way to travel! Not only can you reach so many amazing places with a boat, but you can do so very quickly and in style. It’s a much faster way to travel than ferries, for example, and you can even get to some places larger ships have to avoid. It’s just a sweet little adventure in and of itself because you can get so close to the Adriatic and feel the waves, the breeze, and the sun to the fullest. It would really be a shame not to go on a boat at least once while you’re here, and if you want to explore the Croatian coast, this is a great way to do it.


Boat transfers from Trogir to Split

Probably the main candidate for boat transfers from Trogir is Split, Croatia’s second-largest city and a place that was founded by a Roman emperor, no less! You can read all about it in our detailed Split guide (written by a local, mind you) and learn all about it, but the point is that you can reach it by boat. You can be in Split from Trogir in just 20 minutes, which is actually faster than using a car. It really is quite special to arrive in the city this way too because you will be dropped off in the city center, just a few steps away from the aforementioned emperor’s magnificent palace. A great way to visit a bigger city, spend a day exploring it, and then be back on the charming streets of Trogir for dinner.


Boat transfers from Trogir to Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon (no, it’s not the one from the movie) is a bay on the island of Drvenik Veli, which makes it an ideal destination for a boat transfer from Trogir. You can get there in about half an hour while enjoying a wonderful ride, and the trip is very much worth it. The lagoon is incredibly beautiful and a very popular place for swimming and snorkeling due to its absolutely pristine water, so you will be able to set up a wonderful day trip. Even if you don’t have a whole day to spare, you should still come here, that’s how beautiful this place is. You can also hop over to Šolta or Drvenik Mali, two islands that are very close to this location.


Boat transfers from Trogir to Hvar

If there’s one island in this area you have to visit, it’s Hvar. Stunning nature with some fantastic beaches and a whole lot of other smaller islands you can visit (Paklinski otoci are the main attraction in this respect) plus an incredibly charming little town of Hvar (we have a detailed Hvar guide written by a local too, believe it or not) make for a truly fantastic destination. But there is something to be said about visiting places like Stari Grad or Jelsa while on the island, too. Oh, and the island is one of the best party destinations in Croatia, but even if you’re not a party-goer you’ll still be able to enjoy yourself. Hvar’s cultural heritage is immense, and the food is simply superb, so there is a lot to choose from. It really pays to set aside a part of your vacation for a visit to Hvar, which was voted the best island in Europe by Conde Nast Traveler in 2019 – the culture, the scenery, the entertainment, the beaches… Hvar has it all!


Boat transfers from Trogir to Šolta

Trogir and Šolta go hand in hand, so if you’re spending several days here, you are bound to want to go to Šolta eventually. The southern side of the island is excellent for snorkeling, with numerous lovely coves all lined up for you to explore. You won’t believe how blue the sea is in some of them, and with boat transfers from Trogir, you can easily get there in about 40 minutes. There are also some interesting hiking trails visitors can enjoy, with plenty of pristine nature all around them, and places like Stomorska and Maslinica are bound to charm you as soon as you see them. Beautiful sea, charming villages, loads of sun, wind in your hair as you approach your destination… This is what a vacation on the Adriatic is supposed to look like!


Where can I book boat transfers from Trogir?

Simple, a good internet connection is all you need. As a matter of fact, you can book boat transfers from Trogir on this very website. Just find the route that suits you best and you will be able to set things up with just a few clicks. And that’s all there is to it – your boat will be waiting for you at the closest available pickup point. Nice and simple, that’s how you book boat transfers from Trogir.

Obviously, our captains and all members of the crew are locals, have the necessary qualifications and are quite experienced, so you will be in great hands every step of the way. Oh, and don’t be afraid to ask them for a tip on what to visit or where to go, they’ll be glad to help and can be a great source of good advice.

The bottom line is that you don’t have to stick to one place when you come to Trogir. You will have the freedom to explore and visit so many different islands and places that can bring your vacation to a whole new level. All you need is a boat transfer.