Originally Posted by steadicamman0
Thanks so much Katuisha - all fantastic advice. If you have any other recommendations of places to stop / eat then I'd love to hear them.
Glad I could help. Correction to my earlier post - I was talking about restaurants on the mid-South shore of St Clements. We're now on a mooring
buoy (marked Paradiso) in the cove on the south side, the one protected by Dobri Otok, waiting out a storm. The buoys are said to be 2.5 t and even in full reverse we couldn't move or part them.
So far we haven't found any restaurant we didn't like (and usually we're picky). The only problem is that they are usually quite expensive compared to other countries.
Oh, there are now two marinas
in Trogir: ACI and Baotic. Baotic is slightly out of town and a bit more expensive (15 EUR more for us), but we liked it more. Newer and cleaner facilities, a nice swimming pool and lounging area. And more space. You can catch a water
taxi from there to the Old Town.
Imho all these places are similar in being interesting, gorgeous, and with history
. So I would agree with Invictus69 - relax, enjoy, and be flexible (or be prepared with diesel) if the weather doesn't cooperate.