Trogir is a great day trip from Split, connected by a bridge on the other side of Split’s airport (approximately an hour by water taxi or bus). It is tied to the outlying island Ciovo by a second bridge.  The Greeks who found this trading ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2015

Excellent tour. Blue lagoon was beautiful. Arrived before the large passenger tour boats arrive so had plenty of time to snorkel and swim. Was able to rest and sun on the boat. excellent staff. Over hour and half then spent in Trogir. Beautiful town with excellent food and shops.

Doing what: Blue Lagoon and Trogir Tour from Split by Speedboat

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2015

Super grande matinée 8h30 - 14h30 blue lagoon magique , arrivés avant le gros des touristes nous avons pu en profiter un peu tous seuls avant la grande ruée . Trogir est un bijou à visiter absolument! Belle balade en mer avec le hors-bord.

Doing what: Blue Lagoon and Trogir Tour from Split by Speedboat

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2015

A really good fun day out, despite rain. The crew were extremely helpful and knowledgeable. We took two children who both enjoyed the trip too. The snorkelling was great. However, remember to take swim shoes to protect your feet when entering the sea from the rocky beach. A lot of the trips occupy one day and require an early start this one is particularly good for kids since only half day and starts at sociable hours. The pick up from the hotel jetty is also useful if you are staying at the Radisson Blu. Thoroughly recommend this trip, and would do it again.

Doing what: Blue Lagoon and Trogir Tour from Split by Speedboat

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
October 2013

We were extremely luck to have a very small group on our tour - only 6 people plus a guide and a driver in a minibus. The guide and the driver were very flexible in their arrangements and very professional enabling us to make the most of the tour by occasionally moving outside the itinerary to see different aspects of Croatia. The hotels were mostly very good and the meals were also good. The one possible exception was the Hotel I in Zagreb, an old "Yugo" style place with rather indifferent staff and rather poor breakfasts. The local guides were all very good and there was plenty of free time provided. Although the hotels were not centrally located this was not a problem because the itinerary was so full. Overall a great experience and a great introduction to Croatia.

Doing what: 8-Day Croatia Tour: Dubrovnik, Split, Trogir, Zadar, Zagreb and Plitvice

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