Sevid, just hidden from the city noise and close enough to see everything. Sunny and hidden corner of the Mediterranean, ideal for real holiday.


Of Sevid is known that during the”break”in other words, when it rains everywhere around you can still sunbathe.

Perhaps it is because St. Vision that he Sevid and named the unofficial protector of the place. Sv.Vid pray for protection during storms and thunder.

In Sevidu there are remains of the church of St.. Vision, it is because the Slavs uzvisni believe Sv.Vid see”all”.

SEVID – just hidden from the city noise and close enough to see everything

Sevid is surrounded by crystal clear sea, lots of islands and most famous sand cove – Old Trogir where you can see remainings of old Roman villa Rustika which served old Romans as shelter and boat dock where they had their supplies and water. It is important to mention that there is a cape Planka, on which the church of st. Ante was built in honor of all sailors who had accident on the sea on that dangerous crossroad of weather conditions.

One of the most interesting islands is st. Archagel where you can see church and a convict which carry the same name.

It is perfect place for relaxation, dalmatian food, smell of the sea and sound of the seagull are perferct for taking away the stress. The undiscovered and untact nature will help you forget the smoggy city, and will let you breed fresh and clean air.

There are plenty of beaches and the sea is top quality. Ideal for families with children during summer days but also in the winter time. Winters in Sevid are mild so it makes it an ideal place to stay during Christmas/New Year and Easther holidays.