The Island of Ciovo
is attached by bridge to Trogir (medieval town 2,400 years old, protected by
UNESCO). The area of Ciovo and Trogir are considered by some to be one of the
world’s best kept secrets. The Croatian
tourist board’s slogan, "The Mediterranean as it Once Was", really
rings true to this beautiful part of the world. Renting your own accommodation
not only allows for savings on your holiday but also means never having to hang
the "do not disturb" sign on the door. Why only rent a room when you can
have the whole apartment? Define your own holiday.
The apartments are 15 minutes approx from Split Airport by taxi. The village is a 10 minute walk and has numerous
restaurants and pubs, butchers and bakeries etc. The beach is a 3 minute stroll
away, with water sports and activities 10 minutes further along the beach.
Tennis club and courts are a 3 minute walk. Hotel Villa Katarina is a 4 minute
walk from our Ciovo apartments and has a very good restaurant catering all day.
Mavarcica Apartments has its own restaurant, also catering all day. Trogir is 5
minutes away by car - you can also take a water taxi into the town which is a
beautiful way to arrive and has wonderful photo opportunities along the way.
Trogir is a stunning medieval town and port with over 100 restaurants and bars.
All along the port are cocktail bars which provide music and entertainment.
There is lots to see and do in the area, check out the ‘Things to Do’ tab
on the main menu.
With more than 1000 miles of coastline, 1185 islands, unspoilt beaches,
clear blue seas, a string of ancient walled cities, Roman ruins and a climate
balmy enough to nurture orange and lemon trees, it is no surprise people are
starting to flock back to Croatia. You will experience Croatian hospitality everywhere,
superb restaurants featuring locally caught fish and Italian-influenced cuisine
accompanied by delicious local wines. The locals are very friendly and
accommodating. In the past it was the haunt of Edward and Wallis Simpson,
Agatha Christie, Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor and is now being
rediscovered by current celebrities and royalty such as Brad Pitt, Princess
Caroline, Prince Charles and Bernie Ecclestone who spends most summers in
central Dalmatia on his yacht.