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MARINA AGANA

The village laying in a sheltered bay is a popular holiday resort. Not only it has a pleasant, well-established beach but a yacht port as well, which attracts the lovers of the sea. Here you can meet all the prides of Croatia, for example in the nearby Trogir operates one of the biggest ship building yards in the country. Ships go everywhere from here, but in the mediterranean bars and restaurants near the port the tired passenger can relax, too. Marina has been populated since the 15th century. In 1495 the bishop of Trogir built a bastion for the village, which is even today the ornament of the port. Marina has two church, those of St. John and Luke. Both had been bulit in the 15th century, but later the Sobotas, the lords of the village, reconstructed them several times.

TROGIR

Those who prefer active recreation and entertainment, can go to Trogir. The pearl of the dalmatian sea-cost lays in a small island directly by the sea. The island is linked with the mainland and also with the island of Ciovo by a pontoon bridge. Trogir was founded by the Greeks as a colonial city in 385 BC, in the 6th Century became part of the Eastern Roman Empire, later it was under Venetian rule. The town also has a significant hungarian relation, from 1180 to 1322 it was under the supremacy of the hungarian kings. Bela, the 4th fled to Trogir, then Trau before the Mongols.  The Kamerlengo Fort and the St. Mark Tower enshrine the memories of the venetian era. The eclectic St. Lawrence Cathedral is one of Dalmatia’s most beautiful church. Besides, the cobbled small streets of the Old Town hide numerous sights (Stafileo Palace, Cipiko Palace, Loggia, Church Clock etc.). Tourism is decisive in the life of the town: you can find lots of mediterranean bars, restaurants and pizzerias in the small squares of the Old Town and the beach promenade. The most important public buildings and church monuments have been recently restaurated. Since 1997 Trogir has been on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage. Going from Split to Trogir, directly next to the town on a tiny island - connected by a pedestrian bridge - you can find a lovely sandy beach that is so rare in the croatian coastline. Here the sea deepens slowly and the water is warmer than usual. This is reason why it is the favourite destination for those with children. Near Marina you can also find beautiful trip destinations: Promisten, whose atmosphere reminds to Trogir, Salona, which is famous from its ancient ruins, as well as Sibenik, Omis, Split, and last but not least the Krka National Park.

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