In the green oasis on the Cetina River, a multitude of historical sights, mountain beauties and interesting adrenaline activities await you
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Parts of the film about the legendary Indian chief named Winnetou were filmed in the Trilj region, more precisely near the Nutjak fortress. The film is “The Oil Prince”, or in German “Der Ölprinz” from 1965.
Trilj was nicknamed the “town of bridges” because of the bridges that in the past made daily life much easier for the locals by connecting the two banks of the river. Most of them were built in the sixties of the last century, and today they have become a real tourist attraction
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Throughout centuries , a diverse culinary heritage has made the local gastronomic offer somewhat different from the classical
Trilj as the cradle of football
Did you know that Trilj is actually the cradle of football? According to historical findings, football was first played in the town of Gardun near Trilj. The official gazette of FIFA, the leading football organization, wrote about this. The tombstone of the Roman boy Gaius Liberius holding a ball in his hand was found near the Roman military camp Tiluria, and it is considered as a solid evidence that the first football in the world was played here. Today, the monument is built into the facade of a house in Vrlička street in Sinj
Explore the south of Croatia in this realm of water, fields and stone, only a short distance from Split
Distance between Split and Trilj in kilometers
Trilj is only a twenty-minute drive from Split, the largest tourist center in Dalmatia
Make your stay
Here are some suggestions on everything you need for a comfortable visit. Find activities to do and spend your time exactly as you prefer. If you need a place to stay, we prepared a handy list of hotels.
Due to its micro-location, Trilj is an ideal starting point for one-day trips to surrounding destinations. Discover the authentic Dalmatia