Getting to Trogir Croatia is easy and stress free considering its central position on Dalmatian coast.

Airport Split is only 3km from Trogir connected with major Europe cities through a very well organized airline network.

Most of the major European airlines companies have daily connections with Split throughout summer period.

I recommend Trogir as the most convenient destination to easily reach not only Split town but also some of the most popular destinations as:

Getting to Trogir by plane

Kastela Airport
Kastela Airport

If you are flying to Split airport and your destination is Trogir Riviera or Ciovo island you have few options:

  • Arrange pre-booked transfer to your Trogir Riviera destination, hotel or self-catering apartment.
  • Take private taxi (ask for the price before as you will be overcharged, the normal rate in high season is between 10 to 15 € (for 2 to 3 persons).
  • The cheapest way is taking bus line N° 37 in front of the airport but only in case you are not overloaded with luggage. Be careful to take bus to Trogir direction as the same number runs also on Trogir to Split route.

Getting to Trogir by car

If you are traveling by car you can reach Trogir Riviera taking different roads and highways!

State Road D1
State Road D1

If you want to avoid tolled highways than you should take State Road D1 (D stands for state (drzavne) roads). Read more!

D1 stretches from the Slovenian border crossing the north via Krapina, Zagreb, Karlovac, Slunj, Gracac, Knin, Sinj, ending in Split. It is 415.8 kilometres (258.4 mi) long. On this road you can easily reach Plitvice Lake National Park taking, D522 near Udbina.

Highway A1
Motorway A1

The A1 motorway (Croatian: Autocesta A1) is the longest motorway in Croatia, spanning 465.5 kilometers (289.2 mi).

Apart from Zagreb and Split, the A1 motorway runs near a number of major Croatian cities, provides either access to several national parks or nature parks, world heritage sites, and numerous resorts, especially along the Adriatic Coast. More about A1!

Coming from Italy and Slovenia you will probably take State Road D8, also called Adriatic Road (Jadranska Magistrala).

This road is a two-lane road crossing the whole Adriatic coast via Rijeka, Senj, Zadar, Šibenik, Trogir, Split, Opuzen and Dubrovnik to the border with Montenegro. For example the distance from Rijeka to Trogir is 205 miles (330 km). Read more about D8!

Getting to Trogir from Split

Distance from Split to Trogir center is 30 km and it takes about 25 to 30 minutes to get there. The cheapest way is by bus 37 but keep in mind that bus from Split leaves from Sukoisanska bus hub (not at main bus station) which is 1,5 km walking from the city center.

Split to Trogir travel options

SplitTrogirCompare options

For total freedom on when to go you can consider renting your own car.

Cost for a day or two is definitely worth the convenience.

Getting to Trogir from Split (Ciovo island) by ferry

Jadrolinija ferry company keeps regular ferry connections to Trogir Riviera. leaving from Split port, obala Lazareta. Check this page to find all information about the Split ferry port!

Split – Trogir – Seget Donji – Drvenik Mali – Drvenik Veli

Jadrolinija Line 606


Time table 29.05. – 27.09.
  Mon, Tue, Wed
Thu, Sat
Fri Sun & Holiday
 Drvenik i Mali 12.30 19:00 10:50 16:00
 Drvenik Veli 06:00 12:50 19:20 06:00 11:10 17:15 07:00 16:20 19:00
 Drvenik Mali 06:20 06:20 17:35 07:20 19:20
 Seget Donji *07:10 13.35 20:10 *07:10 *18:25 *08:10 17:10 *20:10
 Trogir 07:20 13:45 20:20 07:20 18:35 08:20 17:20 20:20
 Split   13:15
 Drvenik i Mali 11:20 17:20 17:35 11:20 19:20
 Drvenik Veli 11:00 17:00 21:50 11:10 17:15 20:20 11:00 19:00 21:50
 Drvenik Mali 21:30 10:50 20:00 21:30
 Seget Donji 10:10 16:10 *20:40 *10:10 *19:10 *10:10 18:10 *20:40
 Trogir 10:00 16:00 20:30 10:00 19:00 10:00 18:00 20:30
 Split 15:30  
* Ferry calls at Seget Donji excuslively for the embarkation/disembarkation of vehicle



Price list
 Person  Split – Drvenik 30 kn
 Seget Donji – Drvenik 16 kn
 Car not exceeding 2m of height and 5m of length 160 kn
 Car exceeding 2m of height or 5m of length 276 kn
 Van, caravan, microbus not exceeding 5m of length 276 kn
 Van, caravan, microbus – 5-7m of length 345 kn
 Van, caravan, microbus exceeding 7m of length 451 kn
 Motorcycle 70 kn
 Bike 38 kn

Children 3-12 years have discount 50%, children up to 3 years – free of charge


If you need winter or summer timetable to Trogir you can download them below (.PDF documents):

Getting to Trogir you can use another company that keeps fast boats connection on Split Slatine Trogir line N° 616. You can find more on their website The website is only in Croatian language.

Ticket price from Split – Trogir (round trip) is 70KN, Trogir – Split (one way) 40KN. For Slatine -Split – Slatine (Ciovo island) round trip is 50 KN, one way Slatine – Split is 30KN.

Daily connections Split – Slatine (Ciovo island) – Trogir

Split – Slatine – Trogir  Slatine – Trogir
09:45 10:15
13:00 13:30
16:00 16:30
20:00 20:30
Trogir – Slatine – Split Slatine – Split
06:15 06:45
11:15 11:45
14:30 15:00
18:30 19:00

Sunday, Saturday and holidays connections from Split – Slatine (Ciovo island) -Trogir

Trogir – Slatine – Split Slatine – Split
07:30 08:00
11:15 11:45
14:30 15:00
18:30 19:00
Split – Slatine – Trogir  Slatine – Trogir
09:45 10:15
13:00 13:30
16:00 16:30
20:00 20:30

Getting to Ciovo Island from Trogir Town

Boat Ciovo-Trogir
Boat Ciovo-Trogir. Photo source:

You can easily reach Ciovo island and its beautiful beaches once you get to Trogir. There is no ferry connections to island but during the high season there are regular every 30 minutes boat links Okrug Gornji. One-way ticket costs about 10 kuna.

The boats stop at the Marina in Okrug, which is between the main beach and the center of town. In the main season you also have fairly frequent boats to Slatine from the seaside promenade. Check Ciovo map to get more info!

Getting to Trogir from Split by ‘Bura’ line

Bura Line boatState seasonal line 616 run by Bura Line on the route Trogir – Slatine (Ciovo island) – Split and vice versa begins with navigation from May 19 and runs until September 30.

Shipping company Bura Line will probably introduce a tourist line (excursions) during the high season and you’ll need to visit their website to be updated regularly.

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