Brown Beach Hotel

Trogir and Ciovo, Central DalmatiaFrom €791 per week
Brown Beach Hotel

This stylish 42 bedroom boutique hotel has been created within the elegant facades of a former tobacco warehouse on the waterfront just outside the medieval town and UNESCO World Heritage site of Trogir . Just 5km for Split airport it is a perfect location for a day or two's stay at the start or end of a holiday centred on central Dalmatia. The hotel has everything you would expect from a top notch boutique hotel. Spacious bedrooms and glorious sea view suites; a first rate restaurant, comfortable and stylish bars and reception areas, a huge swimming pool with uninterrupted sea views, ample sun loungers around the pool, a cocktail bar adjoining the pool terrace and a few steps away a private beach with sun-loungers and sun umbrellas .

To enhance you r stay and provide for total relaxation the hotel has a wellness and fitness suite with a sauna, Jacuzzi and authentic Turkish hammam.  Professional massage, manicure, pedicure and skin treatments can be provided. A well equipped gym will enable you to retain your muscle tone.

For children the hotel provides a kids club and on the beach a floating aqua park. For all the family the hotels had a range of bikes of all sizes which are available for use by guests.

The Cartina restaurant is open throughout the day serving lunches and dinners.

The hotel building has an interesting history. In 1892 representatives of the Austro Hungarian state visited the island of Ciovo and decided it was a perfect location for growing and storing tobacco.  The Duhanka, or tobacco warehouse, was built and continued in use within the tobacco industry for the next 100 years.  The elegant architecture and beach front location beside the old tobacco dock was perfect for conversion to the unique and stylish boutique hotel that can be seen today. 

Brown Beach HotelHotel and the view to Trogir


42 rooms ranging from comfortable Superior rooms, through spacious Deluxe rooms to gorgeous roomy Suites

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Trogir - a medieval town
Walking through the magical streets of Trogir is a wonderful experience. It is an ancient town, laid down according to classical architectural rules from Greek and Roman times. Trogir is a UNESCO world heritage site and regarded as the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in Central Europe. In the middle age period Renaissance palaces and houses were built by the Venetian rulers of this area, and they are still there. As you walk through beautiful narrow cobbled streets you can glimpse medieval churches with stone carved doorways, shaded piazzas, Juliet balconies, arched medieval windows with exquisite carved pillars and rosettes. The towns fortifications were established in the 13th and 14th centuries and the principal forts on the seaward side of the town still stand. Today Trogir is a lively tourist destination. Restaurants, simple and sophisticated, cafes and bars are located along a splendid harbour front that is busy day and night as well as in the quiet alleyways and narrow passages of the old town. The waterfront is a constant source of activity with sailing and motor yachts that are cruising the Adriatic passing through.The old town is linked by a small bridge to the island of Ciovo. Ciovo offers the best swimming with, excellent beaches, some very busy, and some wild and deserted. The most popular is Saldun Bay overlooking the Trogir marina. The beach has cafes and restaurants, water sports and diving. Another good beach is Mavarscica, a pebbly bay lined with pine trees. On two small nearby islands, Drvenik Veli and Drvenik Mali, which are easily reached by a boat you can enjoy peaceful sandy beaches.

Split Airport

Split Airport is located to the west of Split close to the town of Trogir. It is 20 minutes drive from the airport to the ferry port in Split.
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