Arbanija and what do you need to know
Arbanija is situated on the east part of the Island Ciovo. The island of Ciovo is connected to mainland by the bridge in ancient Trogir so it makes an entirety with a city. Arbanija is some 2-3 km far from Trogir.
Ciovo is island or not?
Ciovo is island connected by bridge with mainland. So basically it is island and mainland at the same time.
You can go normally, without any payment, to mainland Trogir or to any other town with your car through bridge which is open 24 hours a day. From Arbanija and Mastrinka (small place near Arbanija) you can go to Trogir, beside by car, by bus and by boat. Boat goes from beach every hour. You can also go by boat to Split (from Slatine near Arbanija) which is very interesting ( you avoid car traffic and it is much faster).
Staying in private apartments in Arbanija how and where?
Arbanija and Mastrinaka can offer you many apartments and rooms. You can rent your apartment from first line to sea and beach to 200-300 meters to beach. It is very nice and quite there, you have beach volleyball in Arbanija and byke routes you can enjoy. Most of the beaches are with pebble or they are concrete beaches. You can rent a boat with or without skipper there, you can rent jet ski, fly board, sea scooter, pedal boat, car, bike or scooter. You can also enjoy driving your bike on numerous bike rutes. Or just lie on the beach bar and drink cocktails, whatever you like…
Booking your private apartment in Arbanija on this link
Private Accommodation Arbanija
What can Arbanija offer?
Great geographical position:
only 3 km far from Trogir
only 26 km far from Split
only 8 km far from Split airport
only 12 km far from entrance to highway Zagreb-Split
only 60 km far from National park Krka
only 100 km far from Međugorje
great beaches with volleyball on beach
numerous hidden bays
2 670 sunny hours per year
daily trips to other islands
boat trip to Split
Holiday rentals Ciovo:
Apartments Okrug Gornji
Apartments Okrug Donji
Apartments Seget Donji
Apartments Seget Vranjica
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