The Trogir Riviera and the island of Ciovo are very well connected and accessible, so you can arrive by air, sea or mainland. If arriving by plane the Split airport is only 5 km away from the city and connected with other Croatian and European towns on a daily basis. Flight schedules and all other information you can see here. From the airport you can reach the city with a regular coach line 37. Other places on the Riviera and the island of Ciovo are reachable by taxi, rent a car service (all available at the airport) or you can simply take the local coach lines – more about the local coach lines find out here.
If travelling by boat, the nearest ferry harbour is in Split which, apart from being connected with the towns along the coast and the islands, is also connected with Ancona by international lines. You can use the catamaran line from Ancona and reach Split in just around 5 hours – you can take a look at the timetables, prices and other information here; or you can use the regular domestic routes and reach Split in approximately 10-12 hours. The timetable for the latter and the prices you can see on the web pages of Jadrolinija and Splittours.
Split is only 25 km away from Trogir and by car it will take you about 30 minutes, if travelling with the line 37 it will take around an hour or you can take a boat which drives on the relation Split-Slatine-Trogir during the summer months. All the information needed, you can find here.
If you however decided to travel by car, we recommend that you take the Zagreb-Split highway which will take 3 hours of your time, until you reach the Prgomet exit (30 km away from Sibenik) – the price list and all other information is available here, or you can take the Adriatic highway which will take 4, 5 hours for the distance from Rijeka to Trogir.