A laid back feel close to historic Trogir and Split

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There are actually 7 Kastelas along this coast, all close to each other. Ours is Kastel Luksic where we have selected the 3 star Hotel Stacija for our clients.

There is a small museum of Kastelas which is well worth a visit – where the historical relevance of defending the area from ottoman invasion is made clear.

This is a pretty coastline with a laid back feel – perfect for a relaxing holiday in Croatia. For days out, either to explore the tremendous history of the region, or simply to shop and enjoy the local cuisine, the city of Split is around 25 minutes away and Trogir some 15 minutes.

Places to visit nearby

Split is a thriving vibrant city with a wealth of history to enjoy. The Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace is today a UNESCO listed site. We recommend you wander for hours to discover churches, squares, columns and spires – even an Egyptian Sphinx! The boutique shopping is great and the choice of restaurants, bars and cafes is seemingly endless.

Trogir is a mini Dubrovnik. What’s to see and do? Venetian Palaces, narrow pedestrianised streets in the UNESCO heritage old town. Boutique shopping, bars cafes and restaurants. Prefer a beach? The best are on Ciovo Island – but don’t panic – it’s an easy wall across a bridge.