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Building land for sale in Okrug Donji, Ciovo

€90,000
Sale | Locations: Ciovo, Trogir | 878 lot size | beds
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Building land for sale in Okrug Donji, Ciovo

Building land for sale in Okrug Donji, Ciovo has a total surface area of 878 m2 and is located less than 250 meters from seafront. Landplot can be accessed by road.

Okrug is a municipality located on the western side of the island of Čiovo, Croatia. It is divided into Okrug Gornji and Okrug Donji, two traditional Dalmatian villages. It is the centre of the Dalmatian micro region by its geographical position. It has a mild Mediterranean climate, dense subtropical and Mediterranean vegetation, an archipelago of little islands, little bays and beaches. Okrug is claimed to be one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Croatia with its 2,670 sunny hours per year.

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.

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