Villa SV. Petar

Address: Ivana Duknovica 14, Trogir, 21220, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ivana Duknovica 14, 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

    ... of cairns, short rock columns or standards. We wandered back along the cliff edges to above the restaurant, Varis and I got a cappuccino. We returned to the boat and prepared to depart. We mostly sailed for the first time ten miles to Levrnaka Island. We are moored to the a small dock that is associated with a restaurant. The mooring is free as long as you eat in the restaurant, though electricity will cost us 10 euro or 76 kuna, perfectly reasonable compared to what we ...

    Four hour Bus trip Dubrovnik to Split

    A travel blog entry by dawden on May 20, 2014

    12 photos

    ... two policemen slammed a chap to the pavement and hand cuffed him until a van arrived. It all happened so quickly quite close to where we were standing!! We wondered what had happened?? After that we went in search if a supermarket - they are very often hard to find in European cities as they occupy old buildings and have unrecognisable logos. Managed to find one and stock up on some goodies for dinner. Researched trip for tomorrow to the island of ...

    Adventures on the Adriatic Sea in Croatia

    A travel blog entry by adventureisus on Apr 13, 2014

    2 comments, 60 photos

    ... winds to big seas with up to 30 knots winds. It was good to push the boundaries and nobody got sea sick! If we weren't sailing we would fish or relax in a quiet bay. Most nights we slept in a different Marina or on the waterfront of a small town. Here we enjoyed our freshly caught fish! When you are in this part of the world you have to eat other Mediterranean food too of course! On the back of the boat the olives, tomatoes, salads, ...

    No Dalmatians!

    A travel blog entry by aseipolt on Aug 14, 2013

    13 photos

    ... 2 doors down was an extremely popular, traditional restaurant whose main offering was fish, and every morning as they hosed out then kitchens you left the apartment feeling like you had walked straight into a fish market! We ate there for lunch one day and were served enough fried calamari to feed 6 and the same amount of chips! Not the healthiest of meals but still worth the experience.

    Snakes - I saw my first and ...

    A little old town, a little beach - 2days in Split

    A travel blog entry by nicimarshall on Jun 16, 2013

    4 photos

    ... used to build it. The main floor used other materials so for the most part has been destroyed. It also uses travertine which is known for keeping places cool. Between exploring the rooms (think opposite Of open concept), escaping the heat, and reading the information it was a great way to spend a morning. As far as the beach what can I say- that was the best way to spend afternoons. The water was a bit refreshing when you were hot from the ...