Thinking about where to spend your dream vacation? Discover Okrug
In Okrug it is easy to choose activity according to your taste, thus you will definitely find something for yourself! In near vicinity of more than 3000 years old, UNESCO-protected Trogir, there is a small town Okrug that will enchant you at first sight. It abounds in beautiful beaches like Kuzmić bay, Mavarčica Rudej beach, Rastići, Kava or Punte Rožac, each of them characterized by white pebbles. Nevertheless, the main star among these beauties is Toć beach, favourite destination of Okrug people who dearly call it Okrug’s Copacabana.
This one-kilometre long beach is the centre of day and night life. During the day it is packed with swimmers, and during the night with entertainment. Okrug offers various possibilities for active vacation so you can go sightseeing the place and its surrounding by bike, just like participants of Tour of Croatia did. While taking a break from cycling visit sea depths and explore Okrug’s underwaters.
If you need help, you will gladly be assisted by employees of Trogir Diving Centre, located in Mavarčica bay. There are even 30 diving locations at your disposal, considered by many visitors to be among the best ones in entire Central Dalmatia. You will be enchanted by rich flora and fauna on these locations, and especially by rare and impressive red gorgonian!
Together with these activities, sea joys on the beach will suit you – from jet ski and ski tubing to aqua parks for the youngest visitors. You can also play tennis or go hiking in idyllic Mediterranean ambience, “spiced” with picturesque images of Okrug’s olive groves, dry walls and scents of aromatic herbs!
But, by far most attractive Okrug’s advantage is its Dalmatian cuisine. Busy hands of Okrug’s chefs will prepare specialties like grilled dentex, boiled scorpion fish, sea bream, sea bass or john dory, and all other members of sea royalty!
There are also very popular shellfish dishes, and if you want to treat yourselves with a truly divine meal, then we recommend lobster, common lobster or octopus under the baking lid.