Sevid is a small tourist town in the Marina County. To get a sense of its location, it's about 45 kilometers distant from Split and about 12 kilometers from Trogir. When you visit Sevid you'll see how the locals value their long-lasting traditions such as: fishing, olive growing and viniculture. Most of the holiday villas in Sevid are actually family houses built to get away from it all, including major tourist centers. However, even though the place is a bit secluded, you can still find awesome restaurants in Sevid. If you don't feel like eating out and feel like "cooking in", there are plenty of grocery stores that offer organically grown fresh produce.
If you're looking for nightclubs in Sevid, then stop right there because you wont find any. But, a wild night of partying and fun can be spent at nearby Trogir, Primošten, Split or Rogoznica. If your idea of fun in Sevid is diving, then have no fear – the coast around Sevid is really indented and perfect for nautical adventurers and divers.
There is this tradition that is being reinvented and nurtured; and that's breathing life into family owned estates so each estate now functions as a family owned business. This is where you can buy brandy, olive oil, vine and even fresh fish so make sure to look for food in Sevid around these family owned estates. The place was built a couple of hundred years ago and for its patron, the people chose St. Vid in honor of which they built a church. The remnants of that church can be seen even today.
Accommodation in Sevid is entirely private so you better make those reservations well before your arrival since there aren't that many houses there. Even the peak of the tourist season goes unnoticed in this place. There are no hotels and it will probably stay that way since it never aimed to be a big tourist resort in the first place. Private appartments in Sevid are mostly orientated towards north-south so you don't get blinded by the morning sun and yet feel quite comfortable being there during the afternoon.
At some point, you'll probably be starving as well, so when that moment comes – do visit the Toni restaurant. It offers decent local cuisine and functions as a cafe bar as well. The place overlooks an olive garden and the sea, which creates a special kind of atmosphere while you're having lunch. After lunch, just stroll down to one of the pebbled beaches in Sevid and relax to the sound of waves splashing against the rocks.