The town of trogir is a historic city and harbour located on an island between čiovo island and the croatian mainland, on the adriatic coast it is about 30 kilometres towards the west of split, in the county of split-dalmatia, and is home to a population of around 10,000 residents. Explore bosnia and herzegovina, croatia and montenegro in 11 days trip and discover rich history, nature and culture of balkans countries, once part of ex yugoslavia.
Split from split for the day and experience three very exciting places on this guided tour from split or trogir visit mostar with its incredible bridge, spanning the divide between the christian and muslim parts of town, and then head to počitelj.
Islam is the second-largest faith in croatia after christianitythe religion is followed by 147% of the country's population according to the 2011 census, compared to 9106% christians and 457% not religious, atheists, agnostics and sceptics. Most croat muslims, like other muslim communities (albanians, muslims by nationality, muslim roma, etc) are sunni muslim, though historically sufism has also played a significant role among all south slavic muslims.
The main mosque of split is perhaps the split masjid, located at cosmijeva 1, split it offers a number of facilities to muslim travellers including separate prayer facilities for ladies, quran lessons as well as refreshments. As of 2009, an estimated 18,000 muslims live in croatia.
The picturesque port towns of trogir and zadar have a blissful adriatic atmosphere and if slovenia’s capital ljubljana at times reminds you of prague, it may be due to architect jo ž e plečnik’s work in both cities. Konoba dalmacija, trogir: see 78 unbiased reviews of konoba dalmacija, rated 35 of 5 on tripadvisor and ranked #75 of 96 restaurants in trogir.