The Berislavić family of Trogir (Croatian: Berislavići Trogirski) was a Croatian noble family whose origin is unknown. They are likely to have been kin to the Berislavići Vrhrički. Petar Berislavić (1475–1520), the Ban of Croatia, was a member of the family.
- Berislavići Grabarski, Croatian noble family in Slavonia
- Berislavići Vrhrički, Croatian noble family
- Brozović, Dalibor (1999). Hrvatska enciklopedija. p. 68. ISBN 9789536036325.
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