Trogir, Croatia

After a couple of days in Split, we decided to hop on a bus to travel 28km to Trogir. We had read about this UNESCO old town and decided we just had to go. Full of winding lanes, palm trees and beautiful buildings with plenty of Coffee Shops, Trogir is our type of place.We started the day with Breakfast – sat on the waterside promenade with local cats meandering and the warmth of the sun. Juice, Coffee and Pastries filled our bellies, which was a good job as after Breakfast we decided to climb the tower of the St Lawrence Cathedral. It was a long and rickety way up – plus we both got a little stuck in the final section with our backpacks, but the views from the top were spectacular. After we made it back down, with slightly wobbly legs, we sat in the square to enjoy some very, very strong Espresso and some people watching. That was the real beauty of Trogir, the incredibly slow pace of life.We spent hours wandering around Trogir – getting hopelessly lost in the endless medieval lanes. It was great to see the fruit market, the Kamerlengo Fortress, and the city gates. Towards the end of our visit, we had an hour to kill before heading back to Split Airport so we grabbed some fantastic Pizza and sat by the waters edge basking in the Sun and dipping our toes in the water – simply perfection.