Trogir combines the charm of Croatia in a compact and picturesque coastal setting. Spanning across two waterways and two islands, this harbour town on the Adriatic Coast looks like it belongs on a postcard. Architectural splendour paints the streets, and its Venetian-built historic centre is a UNESCO-protected treasure. The rough medieval walls hide a tangle of cobbled streets stacked with striking churches, timeless marble houses, and colourful plazas. Rising above the streets is the mighty Trogir Cathedral, where a climb to its bell tower reveals a bird's-eye sweep of the old town. With such a sun-kissed climate, dinner is best served outside in a sea-facing restaurant along the palm-lined coastal esplanade. Bobbing yachts provide a scenic backdrop for the open-air cafes, ice cream parlours, and bars, while back alleys play host to art galleries and restaurants.