Blue skies and bluer waters. Church bells and cobblestone streets. Fishing boats and a farmers' market. This is Trogir, Croatia. With over 2,300 years of history from the Greeks, Romans, Venetians and Hungarians calling it home, what once was a medieval walled town on an island is today a town filled with charming historic buildings, courtyards and lanes — an ideal base for travellers looking to explore the cities, islands and hillsides of Central Dalmatia.
Stone House by the Sea is a boutique self-catered apartment situated in the heart of Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage site. On the third floor of a several-hundred-year-old building just 50 meters from the Adriatic Sea, you'll live among locals as you explore, dine, shop and relax. The apartment is steps from many of the town's restaurants, bars and stores, and a short walk from the daily fish and farmers' markets as well as the Riva, the waterfront promenade where taxi boats await to whisk you to your pick of several nearby beaches.
Bright, airy and calm, with an incredible view from the living room of the historic centre of Trogir, the apartment has a queen-size bed in the bedroom that comfortably sleeps two, while a pull-out couch in the living room is ideal for one adult or two children. And the kitchen is well-equipped for those who wish to cook meals and eat in.
Stone House by the Sea is waiting to welcome you to Trogir, a beautiful city of stone and happy moments.
A modern one-bedroom apartment on the top floor of a historic three-storey building in old town Trogir. Inside the 33 sq m (350 sq ft) space, a spacious bedroom boasts a comfortable queen-size bed and large wardrobe, complete with safe. The living room has a dining area that seats four and fully-stocked kitchen with a four-burner stove, toaster oven, kettle, and coffee maker. The bathroom includes a chic walk-in shower and a hair dryer.
Stone House by the Sea recommendations for local must-dos, beaches, and daytrips | High-speed wifi throughout the apartment | Apple TV with Netflix | Washing machine and clothes racks | Freshly laundered linens and towels | Air-conditioning and ceiling fan | Supply box: Forget your beach mat, umbrella or don't want to pack your child's water toys? Borrow what you need and leave behind what you don't! | Library: Our book collection is growing. Take a book or donate yours when you're done reading.
We share a courtyard with our neighbours, and you are encouraged to enjoy it. Sit on the bench and sip your morning coffee while chatting with whoever is out. Through the courtyard you'll also find Delicium Nostrum, a gourmet food and wine shop with exceedingly friendly and informed staff. It's the perfect place to get a souvenir or a choice vintage to accompany dinner.
Guests can enjoy complimentary parking during stays. Please inform us at the time of booking if you require a parking pass. Trogir is pedestrian-only, so you will be required to park your car at the lot just on the other side of the town's wooden bridge and walk your luggage to the apartment (a five-minute walk).
low season | April, May, October | €70 PER NIGHT
You'll hear the voices of children attending the elementary school on the Riva as you meander through Trogir during these months. The weather is warm — though the water may have a chill to it — and roads, sites and the sea are decidedly less busy. Ferries and buses run all routes, though not as often. A great time to visit if you want to explore at a leisurely pace and don't mind a quieter scene in the town and elsewhere in the country.
shoulder SEASON | june, september | €80 PER NIGHT
The buzz of the peak summer season is in the air, but Trogir is still a bit quiet. Shops are open for longer, restaurant patios still have plenty of seating and attendance at popular tourist sites is picking up. The sun is shining, the water is warm, and there's plenty of room on the beach. June and September are great times to visit if you like a bit of bustle, but want your pick of spots to get a tan and tables when out for dinner.
high SEASON | july, august | €90 PER NIGHT
Trogir is alive and thriving during these months. The roads are busy with travellers, the beaches filled with sunbathers and the town's lanes packed with explorers. But don't be discouraged — there are still plenty of nooks in town and bays in the sea for a peaceful spot to relax. And you'll enjoy live music in the town square, performances in Kamerlengo Fortress and plenty of places for a nightcap during a warm summer evening.
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Stone House by the Sea is available for bookings April through October, with a minimum stay of two nights. Parking in Trogir is available for those who need it; please advise us at the time of booking if you will be arriving with a car.
Trogir is located 5 km from the Split international airport (SPU). Taxis in to town cost roughly 150 kuna (€20) and take approximately 10 minutes to reach the old town. The local bus, route 37, stops on the main street directly in front of the airport, costs 13 kuna (approximately €2) and takes about 10 minutes to get to the old town.
Arriving soon to Trogir and have questions about the apartment, transportation or things to do? Email us and we'll find the answers for you.