Split, Kastela, Trogir
At the beginning of this excursion we stop at one of the locations where Game of Thrones was filmed, in Kastel Gomilic, a small town near Split. After the sightseeing, we make our way to Trogir where we have free time for coffee and sightseeing of this pearl of our coast. And of course, the sightseeing is followed by a sea refreshment; swimming in the Blue Lagoon and the island of Šolta where you have time for lunch
Kaštel Gomilica was built around the historic Kaštilac Fort. Kaštilac fortification is a citadel of the Benedictines of Split from 1952. Kaštilac got its “ life opportunity“ a few years ago when it was selected as the location for the fifth season of one of the most popular series, Game of Thrones. With its beauty and uniqueness Kaštilac got many fans from the series but also those who came to see it live after watching the series. After visiting this popular location, we head to Trogir
Trogir is a city that was founded in the 3rd century BC and throughout its history to this day has earned all the nice words that many people have to say about this pearl. A small town surrounded by walls with many cultural and historical sites, Trogir is a must see among the many tourists who visit it. Only a few highlights are Kamerlengo tower, St. St Mark's tower, Cathedral of St. Lawrence, the Town Lodge, the Monastery of St. Nicholas and many others. Trogir has persuaded many tourists with its charm. The locals are in love with their city, and we believe you will be too. After Trogir it's time for a swim!
Krknjasi Bay on the island of Drvenik Veli earned the nickname Blue Lagoon. It is obvious why; crystal clear sea, ideal spot for snorkeling, crowded escape. It is located on the east coast of Drvenik Veli and the bay is protected by two small islands, the large and the small Krknjas. Indulge yourself in the experience and enjoy the pleasures of the sea.
Not far from the previous location lies the island of Šolta and Maslinica Bay, the only settlement and port on the west coast of this island. Maslinica is completely authentic. Even the castle of Martinis Marchi, which in the past was used to defend against attacks by pirates from the sea, has been renovated to not bounce from the look of the settlement. Mecca for nature lovers and boaters. Maslinica means "little olive tree". Most islanders are involved in the cultivation of olives and fishing is the most important occupation. In addition to sightseeing, you will have the opportunity to have lunch there. We don't need to talk much about gastronomy. What to say about the food on the island where olive growers and fishermen live
Last stop on the Šolta will be Necujam bay – largest bay on the island that used to be very popular among the Roman nobility. Nowadays, it is the most popular thanks to ship wreck which attract a lot of tourists.