Island of Ciovo is somewhat regarded a peninsula while it has direct bridge connection with land in Trogir. Thus there is no need to travel or sail over the Jadran Sea to get there.
Spending holidays at Arbanija (yet not 5 miles from Trogir) allows to share „dolce far niente” on the local beaches with sightseeing all that’s worth of in Middle Dalmatia.
Trogir itself - just a short walk away - shows mass evidence of its roots from III century b.C. when it has been grounded by Greek colonists. It still remains under UNESCO 's care as one of counting proofs and evidence of ancient culture.
Old Town of Trogir is picturesque spread upon small island between the land and island Ciovo connected to both sides with bridges – a stone one toward Trogir and a bascule one toward Ciovo.
Trogir offers to visitors a labyrinth-like net of narrow and rambling aisles, variety of museums, art galleries, ancient style coffeehouses and restaurants. Obligatory is visiting St. Lovro’s Venetian Cathedral, admirable Renaissance St. Ivan’s Chapel and original City Hall, former Prince’s Palace, with its Roman arcades and gothic windows.