Villa Marin is located 40 m from the sea on the south side of a small fishermen and tourist village Seget Vranjica.

Seget Vranjica is situated 5 km west from Trogir, 10 km west from the Split Airport, and 30 km west from the town of Split.

Trogir, a small town listed in the UNESCO cultural heritage list and situated on a island between the mainland and the island of Čiovo has every right to be called a museum-town because its every stone and every building are crucial for a certain period in history.

Villa Marin is an excellent choice for you if you are looking to spend your vacation in the natural beauties of the Adriatic Sea and a Mediterranean climate accompanied by a rich historical and cultural heritage.

How to reach Trogir?
By plane

How to reach Trogir?By plane Trogir is connected with major Europe cities through very well organized airline network. Airport Split is only 5 km from Trogir; so literally, you are just a few hours away of our beautiful town. Routes shown on the map are some of direct flights for Split, although, if you fly via Zagreb, you will find many other options to reach Split. Ask your Airline Company about the details (most of the European airlines companies have daily connections with Split throughout summer period). If you are traveling transcontinental, fly through Frankfurt or London Heathrow (frequent daily flights to Split from these airports)!

By car

If you are coming by car, you have three choices: How to reach Trogir?By car

· Highway A1 'Dalmatina' – Begins in Zagreb. Take exit Prgomet - 15km north from Trogir

· Highway D1 - Begins at Croatian-Hungarian border. Follow the D1 Highway through to the capital city Zagreb and then connect to Highway A1. Or when you reach Zagreb take off the highway and take country road through to the following towns before reaching Trogir: Zagreb- Karlovac - Plitvice (National Park) - Korenica - Gracac - Knin - Drnis – Trogir.

· Coastal road 'Jadranska Magistrala' which begins at Croatian-Slovenian border Follow “Jadranska Magistrala Road” through the following towns before reaching Trogir: Rijeka - Senj - Karlobag - Zadar - Sibenik - Primosten – Trogir.

By ferries

You may want to visit us by boat, either in private arrangement or by organized connections with Italian coastal cities of Ancona, Pescara, Bari or Venetia. For ferry transfers, contact your Maritime agency for timetables or visit official web site of Croatian ferry company Jadrolinija.

Note: Flights and ferries are not included in our holidays and must be booked separately.