Good morning from Seget (a small port town near Trogir). The win is blowing quite yet. I did not sleep great. Unfortunately we weren’t aloud to sail today. The wind was blowing to hard. So we had to came with another plan. We decided to go to Trogir.
With a water taxi, we sailed to Trogir. There were up to 10 people, while the boat was filled with thirty. With every wave I thought we were going to swim a bit. Fortunately it was only a short journey. It was a typical day as well as we have in the Netherlands. The terraces were well stocked with young and old. I always like to see a mix of tourists and locals.
What is striking in Croatia is that you’re often alone bars where you can get to eat anything. Not even snacks. It is quite normal to get somewhere else to eat and there to nibble on the terrace.
About the City Trogir in Croatia
Gorgeous and tiny Trogir is beautifully set within medieval walls, its streets knotted and mazelike. It’s fronted by a wide seaside promenade lined with bars and cafes, and yachts in the summer. Trogir is unique among Dalmatian towns for its profuse collection of Romanesque and Renaissance architecture.
We sat on a square with a beautiful cathedral. Cathedral (Blagdan sv. Lovre). The most famous monument in Trogir, and one of the most important architectural monuments in Dalmatia, is certainly the Cathedral of St. Lawrence (Katedrala sv. Lovre), called the Cathedral of St. John (sv. Ivan) by the people after the city patron, a contemporary of King Zvonimir and King Koloman.
The Cathedral was incredibly high and we saw people scrambling up the stairs. But we weren’t afraid of some adventure. It was steeper than I had hoped. Once at the top the view was stunning.
To conclude the evening nicely have a bottle of Rose with my father done on the boat. A great second day.