Croatia, a land of natural beauty and untouched historical heritage, placing itself at the very top of the list of conscious destinations, will take everyone’s breath away and stimulate the desire to live in this small but above all diverse country.

Dubrovnik

Croatia is a stable country in full development. It has about 4 million inhabitants and receives more than 15 million visitors every year thanks to its many advantages:

  • Unique historical and architectural heritage
  • Numerous natural parks that delight nature lovers
  • Mediterranean type of climate on its coasts (16° annual average)
  • 698 islands and 389 islets that offer a coastline longer than 5000 km
  • Major infrastructure projects and achievements (one of the most modern highway networks in Europe)
  • The cleanest sea in the Mediterranean basin
  • A peaceful and hospitable population that has managed to preserve its values
  • A rare safe country in Europe

Dalmatia: Certainly, the most beautiful region of Croatia (next to Istria), which stretches from Zadar to Dubrovnik. It is separated from the north by the Velebit mountain massif, which gives it the mildest climate in Croatia.

Trogir is located in central Dalmatia, 25 km from Split (the second city in Croatia) and only 5 km from the international airport. According to research, it is the second favorite city of visitors, after Dubrovnik. The Old Town is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town is connected by two bridges to the island of Čiovo, which is its seaside resort intended for tourism thanks to its large beaches and numerous natural coves. Although some places are highly urbanized, there are many green and untouched areas.

In terms of development, Trogir is one of the most promising places in Croatia, considering the projects and achievements that are underway or have already been completed:

  • Organization of ferry traffic to the islands opposite the airport
  • Construction of the Trogir-Split expressway (15-20 minutes)
  • Creation of a new tourist area that will replace the shipyard: hotels, marina, dock for cruise ships
  • Construction of sewage pipes and construction of wastewater treatment plant, doubling of airport capacity

Therefore, everywhere there are large investments in infrastructure with the participation of the EU (80-85%).