The Trogir Riva is a broad thoroughfare on the southern side of the old town of Trogir which fronts directly on to the Trogir Channel and the Trogir harbour wall. It is generally a bustling area, though it is large enough to never feel too busy whether it is private yachts that moor here for most of the week or the fleets of gulets that tie up on a Friday night to discourge cruisers before cleaning and re-stocking and then departing with a new group of tourists by lunchtime of the following day. Add to this the coming and goings of water taxis, the twice daily arrival and departure of the ferry to the Drevniks and this is quite busy little harbour wall.
It is here that many of the best (and best value) caffe bars and pizzerias are located with views across the Riva to the harbour and beyond to Ciovo where the Trogir fishing fleet moors up (to the east) and the ACI Trogir marina lies to the west. It is great place to hold up, with a coffee or a beer and watch the world go by from the shade of one of the caffe awnings.
Trogir: on the south side of the old town over looking the Trogir Channel.
Sunday, 8 April 2012