About Trilj

Trilj, the Cetina city of bridges, was founded in prehistoric times near the most convenient and therefore the most important crossing over the river Cetina and, later on, at the crossroads of important transport routes to the ancient cities Salona, Narona and Argentaria.

Trilj, the Cetina city of bridges, was founded in prehistoric times near the most convenient and therefore the most important crossing over the river Cetina and, later on, at the crossroads of important transport routes to the ancient cities Salona, Narona and Argentaria...

In the green oasis of the Dalmatian Hinterland, protected by a mild climate and located only 30 km from Split and 45 km from Makarska Riviera, lies a small, picturesque town by the Cetina river. At one time, this area had the most important bridge crossing in Dalmatia...

Archaeological findings testify that the region of Cetina has been populated since the prehistoric periods. Numerous findings since the end of the copper age up until the mid-bronze age are attributed to the so-called Cetina culture. With a favourable geographical location, caves...

Due to a specific geographic position of Trilj, which is located in a valley, and only about thirty kilometres remote from the sea, the Town’s temperate continental climate overlaps with sub-Mediterranean climate. Hot and dry summer days are relieved by cool nights...

More than a half of the area of Kamešnica is covered by the mountain meadows. There are several types of them, and they have extremly rich plant species. Dry continental grasslands have been developed at lower altitudes and they are important locations for...

News

  • 23.04.2018.

    Thrill Blues Festival is one of many events that will fullfill „Summer in Trilj“ and expand offer of the city of Trilj and Split-Dalmatia County. In top season, 6th od July 2018, Trilj will become the capital of blues music. That day starts Thrill Blues Festival and the bigest names of blues music are packing for Trilj. Besides enjoying good music, all guests who visit...

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