Villa Meri

Address: Splitska 1, Trogir, 21220, Croatia | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Splitska 1, Trogir, is near Fortress Kamerlengo, Loggia - Doorway, The City Hall - Duke's Palace, and Palace Cipiko.
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      Travel Blogs from Trogir

      Croatia Sailing and Venice

      A travel blog entry by pratthor on Sep 01, 2014

      6 comments, 46 photos

      ... and to size up the grocery stores. We had breakfast at the docks, viewed a few of the sailboats and Ron discussed a few issues with person from the company. Many of the details will be spelled out at the briefing tomorrow. The largest grocery store had a pretty complete selection, though no couscous or artichoke hearts. We started deciding on the amounts of needed provisions while waiting for the taxi to pick us up for the return to Trogir. We discussed the amount of the boat ...

      Town Hopping

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Aug 16, 2014

      15 photos

      ... all sipped some beers in the heat.

      Today we visited three more towns before making it to Zadar for the night. We stopped in Primosten, which seemed like a nice vacation spot. We walked through the Old Town and along the water and took in some beautiful views. Then, it was off to Sibenik where we spent a couple hours. We walked up many stairs to a castle, but we decided not to see inside and we just headed back to the ...

      The Yacht Week

      A travel blog entry by sophevans on Aug 21, 2013

      13 photos

      ... island. Gee and I both had a shower off the back of the boat, then Jens pulled us into a tiny bay with about 10m of stoney beach and a few other boats anchored. He slipped Gee 50kuna and she swam ashore to get him 2 beers from a bar hidden behind the cliffs. Apparently it was his favourite secret spot. That afternoon we docked at Fort George, and Jens took us over to the town in the dingy, because there was no room for us to anchor on the marina again. We did a few groceries and ...

      Back to the Croatian coast

      A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Jul 24, 2013

      8 photos

      ... a prehistoric lion in the cave. At the end the guide turned off all the lights and we got to experience absolute darkness for a few minutes. The cave is also full of bats but unfortunately, due to the tourists coming through, they have moved further inside so we didn’t get to see any.

      After the caves we took the scenic route back out to the coast. We noticed on this road many memorials from the war. Once we got back to the coast ...

      In the footsteps of an Emporer

      A travel blog entry by diggel on May 22, 2013

      4 photos



      The propietor of the Amphora Hotel transferred us to the bus station in style in his Mercedes. People have been very kind. The bus trip from Dubrovnik to Split took five hours rather than the four quoted.

      In Split we are housed in a privately owned two bed roomed apartment in the Vestibule inside the private apartment area of Diocletian’s Palace, which was built nearly 2000 ...