?Rokic? are 50 m from
the sea in a small fishing and tourist place Seget Vranjica.
It is only 4 km west of Trogir, 7 km from the airport Split
and 30 km from Split.
Trogir, a small town listed in the UNESCO cultural
heritage list and situated on a island between the mainland
and the island of ?iovo has every right to be called a museum-town
because its every stone and every building are crucial for
a certain period in history. From its first days the town
was rich in numerous works of art. Many of them draw our attention
by their beauty and grandeur: Kairos - divinity of a glorious
moment; Radovan's portal - the most precious monument of Dalmatian
stone-mason's art made by master Radovan and his pupils; the
greatest tourist attraction - St. Lawrence's Cathedral which
is Romanic, Gothic and Renaissance in style; Prince's palace,
Municipal loggia, ?ipiko palace and other numerous palaces,
towers, churches and works of art. All those monuments are
not luxurious but they show the original development of the
town. Thus placed in such a small area they make Trogir a
real treasury of art.
Placed in the area of mild Mediterranean climate, Trogir with
its 2700 sunny hours per year is a real treasure among other
tourist destinations in Croatia. Average air temperature throughout
the year is above 15?C, reaching more than 30?C in summer.
Sea temperature is well above 25?C during summer period.
Everywhere you go in Trogir area, you will meet very friendly
and charming people, smooth combination of Southern temperament
and warm hospitality, thanks to our long tourist tradition.