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Apartment near sea for rent, Okrug Gornji, Ciovo

€56/day
Rent | Locations: Ciovo, Trogir | lot size | 1 bed
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 Apartment near sea for rent, Okrug Gornji, Ciovo

(A-BA-OG-CI-1)

Apartment near sea for rent, Okrug Gornji, Ciovo: Apartment is located in district Balan in Okrug Gornji. Apartment has one bedroom, kithcen with dining and living room, bathroom and terrace with sea view. Beach is located just 100 meters from the house. Parking place.

PRICES PER APARTMENT PER DAY:

Minimum stay in July and August is 7 days.

May, June – 56 EUR

July, August – 70 EUR

September, October – 56 EUR

Trogir is a remarkable small town with 2300 years of tradition, set on a small island on the Adriatic coast of Croatia in the center of Dalmatia. Hiding not so far away from Split, only 27 km, it is connected to the mainland and with another island, Ciovo with bridges. The  historic city center is under the protection of UNESCO since 1997., recognized as a true example of urban continuity, an old town with a number of intact Renaissance and Baroque buildings  and churches from the Venetian period. You can really get a sense of the Mediterranean while sight seeing and wandering the narrow streets of Trogir, sometimes nick-named the town-museum.  Trogir is very well connected with the rest of the Europe through a good air network to  Split’s airport. After you’ve reached Split, you can take a car or a bus, and you are in this beautiful old town within a few hours. You can also come with a boat, coming from the coastal cities of Italy, such as Ancona, Pescara, Bari or Venetia, and if you are coming to Trogir while cruising on your own boat, you will surely find a port for you to anchor in and enjoy, either the ACI Marina Trogir, Trogir Waterfront or on the island Ciovo waterfront. There is a lot to see in such  a small place, so keep your eyes wide open while o  bserving what Trogir has to offer, such as a well preserved castle and a tower, palaces and cathedrals from the 13th century. The most notable  building may be the cathedral of St. Lawrence, with the portal of Radovan at the entrance to the cathedral being one of the most important and famous monument of the town. There is also a bell tower rising from the cathedral, making it the tallest building in this area.

If you want to know more about Trogir, click here: Trogir