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.