Trogir is located between the island of Čiovo and the mainland between the stone and the plain fertile fields.
First reports of the Greek settlement Tragurion (a place of goat's pasture) date from the 2nd century BC. During the 1st century BC, the Greek-Illyrian settlement became a Roman town called Tragurium. The city was transformed from neighboring town to Salona to a metropolis of Dalmatia.
During the period of late antiquity, Christianity, already firmly entrenched in Salona, spreads in Tragurium. From Salona came the custom of worshiping Salona's bishop and martyr St. Dujam. There are numerous churches built then in the before Byzantine period not just in the city but throughout the countryside as well, dedicated to martyrs and apostles: st. Ciprijan, st. Andrija, st. Teodor, st. Martin, st. Eufemija... The monastery life has been maintained and had its present day on Čiovo has its foundations in late antiquity when monks and hermits gathered on this island, close to Trogir.
Tragurium experienced destruction during the Great migrations and the fall of the Roman Empire. Since the 7th, century Croatian population settled in and around the city and the municipality of Trogir slowly expanded due to the grants of the Croatian rulers, like the one from 1064 regarding the founding of the Benedictine monastery.
Since early 12th century to early 15th century Trogir was ruled, with short breaks by the Croatian-Hungarian kings. King Koloman in 1105 granted the charter to the city affirming its liberties.
Arrive through the picturesque Makarska Riviera to Split (the harbor is one of the most active in Dalmatia), with passengers embarking and disembarking continuously. Split is one of Dalmatia's liveliest towns and largest shopping centers. It is really a treat to look at shop windows along the narrow streets. We tour the oldest part of Split, the 3rd-century Diocletian Palace, where we visit the cellars, the Peristyle, the Golden and Silver Gates, the Cathedral (Mausoleum of Emperor Diocletian), the Temple of Jupiter and other historic and interesting sights. A visit to the old part of the city is followed by time at leisure for shopping, strolling, and general enjoyment. Guide and entrance fees included.
Rafting is one of the most exciting ways to experience river courses and their picturesque surroundings. Our river adventure starts on the banks of the Cetina River in the Biokovo Mountain region. After short instructions, we will follow a white-water descent to the Radman's Mills, where we shall leave our rafts to enjoy swimming in the clear mountain river or stroll through the woods. There will be an option for lunch. Guide, instructor, raft and equipment included.
We ride along the picturesque coast through famous seaside resorts, (Tučepi, Podgora, Gradac) to the Neretva River Delta, where the road turns inland along the river valley. We reach Počitelj, where we stop for a visit to the old Turkish fortifications. From here we drive on and arrive at Mostar. During Turkish rule, the city was an important trade center, and a guided tour will show you the city's highlights such as the old Bazaar, mosques and a typical Turkish house.
Join our tour to experience the spirit of Međugorje. Discover and experience the phenomenon that has made Međugorje one of the most famous places of pilgrimage throughout the Catholic world, attracting millions of visitors. Since 1981, the Virgin Mary has been relaying Her message of peace to the seers, and millions of visitors from all over the world have visited this place. After Mass, those who wish may visit the Apparition Hill where the Virgin Mary first appeared to the children. Expert guide included. Passport or equivalent document required.