Villa SV. Petar
Travel Blogs from Trogir
... as is the general area. The fields need to be cleared of stones before any agriculture can begin, so dry stone walls abound and the small barns and storage sheds are all built in the same way. Shrines appear beside the track from time to time, and the forests are made up of several pine species. We pass a vineyard and an olive grove, We walk for about an hour and a half, at ...
... a great afternoon here walking around this pretty city and having an amazing fresh tuna lunch right on the sea was amazing. It was great timing too, as it was the last day of the official season and the majority of places close the very next day, which is a little strange as the weather was still very hot at around 26-28 degrees... I'm sure most English people would still be quite happy going for a holiday with temperatures around that! ...
... the palace remains a maze of narrow cobblestone streets where local residents keep their shops and restaurants. In 1979 UNESCO declared the city and the palace a World Cultural Heritage Monument.
We start our walk on the eastern side of the palace to the Porta Argentea (Silver Gate) with the church of St Dominic on the opposite side (reconstructed between 1932 and 1934). Through the Silver Gate we see the Plain of King Tomislav and then on to the Peristil ...
... orientation we looked through the streets, checked out the markets and sat at a café for a coffee/tea break. It was then time to head back to the boat, meet the others, and then go back into town to a little tower that has a cocktail bar on top as well as some beautiful views over the island and the sea. The tower is small and only accessed by a ladder, so the drinks are made downstairs and carried up to the top in a ...
... the hostel owner for an amazing holiday within a holiday that I didnt expect. I wish all you ladies safe travels and a great venture where ever your travels take you. Cheers.
After being in Split, it was time for me to move farther south down the Adriatic Coast towards quite possibly the most famous city in all of Croatia.....Dubrovnik. I had been informed by my Croatian friend Mel from back home that it was a must see. Well ok then Mel...... Time to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet