Trogir Kayaking tour from Split
Price: 260 kn/35 € (with transfer from Split 350 kn /46 €)
Tour type: Single day tours Split
Activity type: Sea Kayaking
Distance: 7 km / 4.5 US miles
Duration: 3 hours
What to take:
-a hat for sun protection
-lycra or shirt with UV-protection
-shoes that can go in the water
Departure time – Split 8 AM – return to Split around 2 PM (1 hour free in Trogir)
Departure time – Trogir 9 AM – tour start in Trogir
Suggested minimum age: 6 years old (with adult in tandem kayak)
Minimal number of people: 4
Point of special interest: history, Nature, Sea Kayaking
– Sit on top kayak
– Paddles & PFD (personal floating device)
– Certified local guide
– Dry bags for personal belongings (clothes, mobile phones etc.)
– Small groups and personal approach
– Accident insurance
– 1 hour free time in Trogir after the kayaking – for departures from Split
Trogir Sea Kayak Tour is surely the best way to experience Trogir during summer! Our experienced guides will provide you with the necessary kayaking gear and detailly brief you about kayaking technique and safety.
We start by heading towards Pantana river where all nature lovers will be delighted while discovering this tiny oasis of greenness. Pantana was declared as a nature reserve for fish and bird life with more than 160 bird types and 32 fish types registered.
Paddle through the marsh channels till beautiful Venetian watermill while watching the birds and the fishes swimming through the water.
One-kilometre long river is ending in a sandy lagoon from where we paddle toward ancient town of Trogir.
While exploring Trogir we will pass under 4 town bridges, Kamerlengo & St. Marko fort and have a stunning sea view on old town with Riva (waterfront promenade) in first plan.
During the tour you will learn about Trogir two millennium long history and its tradition.
A great paddling day is guaranteed!
Trogir was founded by Greek colonists from the island Vis in the 3rd century before Christ. It is considered the most preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in center Europe. Trogir being made out of a castle and walls surrounding the town core.
The most cultural monument of the town is the “Trogirska katedrala” (Trogir’s Cathedral), in which the Western gate was constructed by artisan Radovan. Trogir being a relatively small town, but having plenty of cultural worth and beauty, offering its visitors a chance to take a dip in some of the refreshing beaches surrounding it.
Trogir has well over 10 000 citizens (According to 2011. count). The town being nestled between the Croatian mainland and the small island of Čiovo on an island. Another interesting thing about the island is that it is even included as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. for its beautiful Venetian architecture. Croatia having plenty of other unique towns like Trogir that are just bustling with life and filled with historic knowledge that is just waiting to be uncovered.