Trilj (Croatian pronunciation: [trîːʎ], Italian: Treglia, Latin: Pons Tiluri) is a municipality and town in inland Dalmatia, Croatia. It is located southeast of Sinj and northeast of Split. The total population of the municipality is 9,109, with 2,076 in Trilj itself and the rest in small villages. The list of settlements is as follows:
Restaurants in Trilj
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Activity holiday and stunning! canoe safari great, scenery breathtaking! teenage son loved it..great fun
4.5 based on 61 reviews
What a wonderful experience. This was our most memorable experience in the Split area. We had the caves all to our selves and the man who runs them was full of information about the area. Google maps may take you on a very strange way to get there though!
5 based on 21 reviews
The permanent exhibition of the Museum of Alka meets the highest museum standards, both in terms of presentation and technology, and stands side by side with the finest museums in the Republic of Croatia. The museum display includes a wide variety of uniforms, equipment and weapons used by the alkars of Sinj, together with Alka statutes and rulebooks presented in modern digital form.
This place make you realise why the Croatians are so proud of their history. The fact that such a small number of people from the town could hold back an army of so many is such a proud feat of its own, and the museum displays this so well.
4.5 based on 520 reviews
Very little to see and the very visible electric cables and flood lamps across fortress views only detract from the experience.
Our Tom Tom GPS was not happy with the www supplied street address but the road signage is good. Older guide books are also out of date with the current road and public transport access.
Only opens at 09:30 in winter.
40 Kn pp entry fee is not worth it.
No working toilets.
GOT fans may get a thrill but there are far more interesting old fortifications in Croatia.
4.5 based on 230 reviews
We unintentionally took the steep way up to the Fortica (from the river side) and had not appreciated that there was no definite path, just red and white circles/stripes to mark the correct, rather tortuous, route.
It was more of a climb over rocks, scree, holding onto pine trees to assist us.
It took us around an hour with our 50+ legs!
The view at the top was incredible, so worth the climb.
We felt sorry for the girl who works there having to make this journey every day.
The way we descended was more of a path, and again clearly marked, an easier option!
Take plenty of water with you, and wear walking boots, or trainers with good grip soles.
Don't forget a camera.
3.5 based on 7 reviews
Top Outlet Park Dugopolje is the first outlet center in the Croatian region of Dalmatia. Spreading over 12.052 sqm, Top Outlet Park Dugopolje houses 28 retail units spreading over three floors, as well as 150 parking spaces. Local and international retailers currently present within the Center include Adidas, Europa 92, Galileo, Shooster, Tom Tailor, OS Jeans and Wenice & Style.
Even though It is named outlet prices are too high, for example Adidas outlet has same prices as main Adidas store in Zagreb.
5 based on 11 reviews
Dalmatia bike tours" offer bicycle tours in Dalmatian inland, just 25 kilometers from Split.Come to cycle along River Cetina and through places where you can witness some of the nature's most beautiful landscapes. The tour takes you on a breathtaking cycle through tame hillsides and plains, villages along the river, passing vineyards. After cycling you will have dinner at our guesthouse.
Jure and his family are very hospitable - we spent a week with them and every day his sister prepared the most amazing local dishes, and his wife delicious desserts. Jure is a great guide - he has thoughtfully prepared 4 rides designed to show...MoreThank you very much for kind words and nice time we spent together. Hope we meet again. Cheers Jure
4.5 based on 397 reviews
Omis (pronounced Omish) harbor is flanked by natural stone walls. This used to be the center of pirate activity, and there are remnants of watchtowers built high on the rocks where townspeople would watch for incoming pirates. A short walk from the dock (we arrived by boat) is the old town, with its alleys, shops, and restaurants. Immediately upon arrival, our group walked through the old town to the river, where we got a slow motor boat through the river gorges. Lovely scenery, very quiet, and clear water. Motored upstream for about 45 minutes, then stopped at restaurant Romanove Mlinice (included in our boat ride) for a snack (see separate review). Trip back was about 30 minutes. Enjoyed walking through the small old town and seeing the towering stone walls. Very different than other ports, and very charming.
5 based on 22 reviews
Stella Croatica is a family-owned company which produces traditional handmade Dalmatian delicacies. All our delicacies are based on carefully chosen traditional recipes and environment friendly grown autochthonous ingredients. During your tour you will have a chance to learn about Dalmatian cultural heritage through our ethnovillage which represents every day life of a typical Dalmatian family. Their life is represented through the ethnographic collection consisting of authentic furniture, objects and utensils. Your host will guide you through the rooms of a typical Dalmatian house (the old kitchen, wine cellar and bedroom), olive grove and the aromatic park familiarising you with the way of life of our ancestors. You will have the opportunity learn about the preparation and characteristics of top-quality olive oil, taste award-winning extra virgin olive oil and other Dalmatian delicacies (a variety of cheeses, olive tapenade, fig and prune cake, traditional sweets...).You will also tour our production area and see how our products are being handmade on the spot and taste some of them. There is also a possibilty of purchase at affordable factory prices.
We were taken to this rather out of the way vendor of local home made and locally produced products on out tour. I am sure the guides or their bosses get a small thank you in one way or another. It is a pleasant stop where one can taste locally produced food products, drinks sweets, jams, preserves, olive paste etc. It is clean and well presented, you can try before you buy all on display, so we did. We gave our young daughter a free hand saying she can get one thing for herself, after all it was her holiday as well, you would never believe she it, she chose the Olive paste she said she loved it, (like us she tried all bar the alcoholic drinks). On getting to our room in the hotel she gave me strict instructions to keep the olive paste in the safe of our room and no one was to eat it without her permission. The guide was astounded that she has never seen a child so young given a free hand to choose what she wanted and she chose olive paste over the beautiful sweets on offer, including almonds in sugar and candied orange peel. Well worth a stop we spent over 200 kuna, the products are not cheap but of high quality..
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