Ciovo, an island in the central
Dalmatian archipelago; area 28.8 sq km (length 15.3 km, width up to 3.5 km); population
In the east, Ciovo is about 2 km away from the mainland (Cape Marjan); in the north-west it is connected with the mainland by a bascule bridge
The vegetation is typically Mediterranean, consisting chiefly in underbrush (holm oak, myrtle, wormwood, juniper etc.), especially between Okrug Gornji and Okrug Donji.
On the northern side of the island there are forests of pine and cypresses (particularly on the way from Trogir to Arbanija). Major crops include olives, figs, almonds,
vines and citrus fruit.
On the western part of the island are sand and pebble beaches, the largest being those in the Saldun bay. Smaller coves include Duga, Tatinja and Movarstica. Along the
south-western coast are several smaller islands (Sveta Fumija, Kraljevac, Galerija, etc.); their cliffs provide good opportunities for underwater fishing. On the eastern
side of the island there are smaller beaches, around Slatine and the Supetar Cove.
The island is actually an extension of Trogir but also a kind of breakwater for the Kastela Gulf. Along with vacation opportunities, Ciovo also offers a number of tourist
attractions and historical monuments. Additional visitor opportunities are provided in the nearby towns of Trogir and
If you are looking for a holiday apartment or a house for spending your holiday in Island Ciovo, or you just want to find
out more about Island Ciovo, you have come to the right address. Adrialin is the largest European offeror of apartments
and houses for spending a holiday in Croatia, including a large number of hotels and holiday resorts.