Trogir is a town in central Dalmatia, Croatia, located on the island of Ciovo. It is one of the oldest towns in Croatia, founded in the 3rd century BC by the Greeks. The old city of Trogir is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The town is a picturesque mix of Roman, Venetian, and Gothic architecture, and is a popular tourist destination. Trogir is also the birthplace of the Renaissance architect and sculptor, Ivan Meštrović.