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.