This pedestrian-only little town was established by the ancient Greeks in the 3rd century BC. The whole town is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, because it is a medieval town built on the foundations of a Roman city, and the layout hasn’t changed for centuries. It is easy to see all the sights on foot, just wander up and down the narrow cobbled streets. You can see the 15th century Kamerlengo Fortress and the Tower of St Marc, which are well preserved and today used as a venue for summer concerts and festivals. Look out for the Radovan Portal, the carved entrance to the Cathedral of St Lovro, which is a valuable Romanesque sculpture. You can also see the Cipiko Palace, a gothic structure first built by the former rulers of Trogir in the 13th century, and added to in later years. If you are ready for an afternoon at the beach after sightseeing, head across the bridge to the island of Otok Ciovo, or back to the mainland to Seget or Medena.