Marina is little dalmatian place situated half way between Split and Šibenik. She offers to its visitors pure environment, untouched nature with 100 years old pines and cypress trees, olive trees, agaves, long beaches and numerous small bays with crystal clear sea-water. There are city’s near bay Marina where you can find lots of fan, historical monuments, natural beauties… A few nice restaurants in Marina, serve Dalmatian specialties in rustically arranged gardens in outside or indoor facilities.
Trogir located near Marina (12km), a town-museum of the medieval heritage. Its history goes back to the Hellenic times when it was known as Tragurion.Archeological sites have shown that Trogir is one of the oldest towns on Mediterranean, whose history goes back to 2000 B.C. In the 3rd century B.C. Greek settlement Tragurion founded by Dorians from Syracuse, traders from the nearby island Issa (Vis). It was named after the Greek name tragos (goat), the way Greeks named the nearby mountain Kozjak, which was full of goats.
The same arrangement of streets is present in Trogir even today, and the main square with the cathedral was once agora. After the war of Cesar and Pompeii in 49 B.C. Trogir lost the battle as the ally of Pompeii, and became municipium within Roman Empire and it was called Tragurium. Historian Plinius mentiones Tragurium as “marmore notum” (known for marble) for its quality stone taken out in the vicinity of Trogir even today. Besides trade, it was the main source of income of the town.