The historic town of Trogir is situated 60 km from Tribunj in central Dalmatia. The original core of Trogir is situated on the island, which is connected to the mainland by a short stone bridge. The new part of town is growing on the mainland, but also on the island of Čiovo in the channel of Trogir.

Trogir is registrated since 1997 in the list of world cultural heritage by UNESCO. The core of the city is surrounded by the rest of the fortifications from the 13th to 16th century, which formed the walls of the fortress Kamerlengo and tower St. Mark, Sea Gate and Continental gateway. Trogir is important thank the old historic part of the Romanesque Cathedral of St. Lawrence (Sveti Lovre), that was originated around the  three-aisled basilica from the 13th century until the 15th century.