Top 10 Things to do in Vinisce, Croatia

December 16, 2017 Margarita Chappel

Discover the best top things to do in Vinisce, Croatia including Rent a boat Pika, Marinska Kula, Trogir Historic Site, Blue Lagoon/ Krknjasi Bay, Seget Nautica, Rent A Boat Vinisce, Church of St. Mary of the Snow, The St. Lawrence Cathedral, Central Square in Trogir, St. Michael Bell-tower.
Restaurants in Vinisce

1. Rent a boat Pika

Smokvina 2a, Vinisce 21222, Croatia
Excellent
68%
Good
16%
Satisfactory
16%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 6 reviews

Rent a boat Pika

Reviewed By geraldh122

The boat was delivered to our house at Drvenik Veli, the owner checked up on us the next day because he noted something about the motor when he drove it over, but all was good. He even brought beer as a gift - great service.

2. Marinska Kula

A.Stepinca 1, Marina 21222, Croatia
Excellent
50%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
0%
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4.5 based on 4 reviews

Marinska Kula

This tower was built in the late 15th C. to defend the channel between Marina and the Mainland. There is also an active hotel in this tower.

Reviewed By Darrel J - Perth, Australia

Given the length of the coast line there is a surprising lack of suitable swimming spots
The pretty little village of Marina has developed there beach front well & is recommended for a swim
Note the beach is crushed white rock so don't forget your beach foot wear
Of course as per it's name the main attraction is the boat marina

3. Trogir Historic Site

Trogir, Croatia
Excellent
64%
Good
29%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 2 reviews

Trogir Historic Site

Reviewed By ShadwellPaul - London

Equally lovely by day and at night when the restaurants set out tables and chairs in the squares and courtyards of the walled city. South facing Promenade where the cruise ships and super yachts pull up was best avoided for food as the quality of food and the character of the restaurants within the walled city were both a lot better.

4. Blue Lagoon/ Krknjasi Bay

Veliki Drvenik, Croatia
Excellent
39%
Good
12%
Satisfactory
37%
Poor
12%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 8 reviews

Blue Lagoon/ Krknjasi Bay

Reviewed By Otto R

We took a ferry from Trogir (Jargolinija, 32kr there and back, took 1,5 hours. Boat has a bar, but no snacks). The walk to blue lagoon is heavy, but there's a lot of locals willing to drive you there and back. We took one, paid 150kr and he took us there and came to pick us up right on time. The lagoon itself was a dissapointment; the beach is rocky so swimmingshoes is a must. Also there is no shops where to get drinks or snacks. There is a restaurant though. If you have a boat & snorkels, go see the awesome waters. If not, don't bother.

5. Seget Nautica

Seget Nautica Shetalishte Vice Zulima-Virulice 1, Donji Seget 21218, Croatia
Excellent
33%
Good
67%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
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4.5 based on 6 reviews

Seget Nautica

Seget Nautica Boat Tours – best place for a boat tours for those who like to discover new ways of spending holidays in Croatia, we will take you to extraordinary places which you will never forget. Free to choose among different types of boat tours in Croatia and our most popular tours are; Hvar and Pakleni Island, Island Brac and Bol, Blue Cave, Vis and Hvar or Three Island Tour – Drvenik Veli, Drvenik Mali and Solta… Day on fishing with expirence guide,boat just for your small group,start from Trogir and Trogir Riviera. Fishing is FUN for everybody, a day on a sea, learn how to fish, connect with your friends, fishing with your kids is a great way to connect with them, and to experience the outdoors together.

Reviewed By Devonshirebeef - Tarifa, Spain

Me and my wife were looking to spend some time fishing whilst on our roadtrip of the Dalmatian Peninsula.
Stumbled across this tour operator and sent an email. We got a swift response and booked on for the following day.
We met Tommo at his office (where he runs Kayaking tours from too) and went out on to the water in a little boat with a 5hp engine for 5 hours, including a break for a swim on one of the Country's many Islands.
Fishing with prawns for bait brought us in plenty of fish.
Conversation was flowing between us and our guide as he is very knowledgable his english is very good.
it was great to also have a break which allowed us to go fishing while our guide Tommo chilled out to eat his packed lunch.
Would recommend this as an opportuntiy to indulge in some fishing and great discussion

6. Rent A Boat Vinisce

Kupinica 37, Vinisce 21222, Croatia
Excellent
50%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Rent A Boat Vinisce

Reviewed By Simona R

Going around Drvenik Islands with a boat is a lot of fun, especially the Blue Lagoon bit. Even though we've never driven a boat before, it was easier than expected after Ivan's instructions. Also he pointed out the main places to visit. Thank you so much for a perfect getaway!

7. Church of St. Mary of the Snow

Drid Hill, Marina 20271, Croatia
Excellent
0%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
50%
Poor
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3.5 based on 2 reviews

Church of St. Mary of the Snow

Church overlooking Marina Croatia, on Drid Hill, which is full of ancient ruins.

Reviewed By romama2003 - Moscow, Russia

Находится на самой вершине горы, возвышающейся над Мариной. Дорога идет почти отвесно в гору. Надо еще и жару учитывать. Особого интереса не представляет. Только для любителей красивых видов.

8. The St. Lawrence Cathedral

Trogir, Croatia
Excellent
53%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
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4.5 based on 617 reviews

The St. Lawrence Cathedral

The Cathedral, called St. John among local citizens, is the highest building in Trogir, dominating the area.

Reviewed By GeysirGal - Surrey, United Kingdom

This is of course the centrepiece of the main square, and indeed the town itself. An impressive structure completed in the late 13th century, the views from the top are good too, although the climb is not for the faint hearted. The Cathedral itself has the usual array of frescos and ornate ceilings, which I am sure for those who study these things contain much symbolism - I am not one of these. Still, you can admire the artwork.

9. Central Square in Trogir

Trogir, Croatia
Excellent
55%
Good
38%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 687 reviews

Central Square in Trogir

Reviewed By GeysirGal - Surrey, United Kingdom

Trogir is as others have said, a charming little town with much to see and do. Wandering around the narrow streets and the waterfront one can observe life in action, with visitors sipping coffee and locals hawking their wares, trying to entice you into their shops. The focal point for the town is of course the main square where the most important buildings are to be found - these include the Cathedral, the tourist information office and of course the town hall and clock. There is also a small museum (closed on Sundays when I visited).
The square is a great place to get your bearings and to sit and relax with a coffee or something stronger. Several cafes and restaurants can be found here. Of course it lacks the atmosphere of the larger squares of eastern European cities, but nevertheless has a charm of its own.

10. St. Michael Bell-tower

Trogir, Croatia
Excellent
55%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
1%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 124 reviews

St. Michael Bell-tower

Reviewed By tradIndy - indy

99% of the reviews and photos on this location are incorrect and posted to the wrong site. An easy mistake once someone put up the first wrong photo.
St Michael's bell tower is a small tower on the other side of the island near the Kamerlengo fortress. it's a fraction of the height of the tower attached to St Lawrence. It's also not possible to climb it or go inside. It's worth a photo and that's it.
To find walk west along the south side of the island towards the fortress.
just before the fortress Turn right and you'll see the tower

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