Discover the charm and architectural treasures of Trogir and visit the typical village of Burni to acquaint yourself with Dalmatian culture and traditions.
Leaving the pier, you’ll drive to Trogir - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It boasts architectural treasures of beautiful stone houses, palaces, churches, monasteries, towers and walls. The entire town is like an open-air museum, so just strolling through its narrow streets is an unforgettable experience. You’ll visit the main attraction - the Cathedral of St. Lawrence which is probably the finest example of Sacral architecture in Croatia. This unusual building dominates the whole town. The main portal is world-famous and was carved by local artist Radovan in the 13th century. Other fine buildings that you'll see include the Town Loggia, Town Hall and Cipiko Palace.
Continue on to the typical Dalmatian village of Burni to acquaint yourself with its local traditions. On the way you’ll pass interesting landscapes and see the impressive transformations of this rocky terrain into an oasis of fertile land. Here, you'll visit village homes, some of which are several hundred years old. Enjoy a refreshing rest in the shade, while your hosts in national costume serve local specialties and homemade wine. You’ll be entertained with local songs and music to complete your experience.