Primošten lies on an island which was connected to the mainland by filling in the channel five centuries ago. Surrounded with seven little islands, Primošten will not let you down. It is one of the most attractive and picturesque destinations on the Adriatic, and it has kept its atmosphere and the architectural look of a medieval mediterranean fishing town.
Accomodation: Hotels, campsites, apartments, private rooms, Marina Kremik.
Beautiful white-pebble beaches, rich pine woods, and the blue sea all contribute to Primošten's appeal. The town is surrounded with vineyards, a monument to man's hard labour of removing solid rock and planting vines. The vineyards of Primošten are listed as UNESCO's World Heritage.
Heritage, Wine, Food
Primošten itself is like an open air museum, every stone and every house tells a story of a millennial town which was initially erected on an island, but once the Ottomans ceased to invade, the strait was filled in with stones and the island was connected to the mainland, therefore the name Primošten - 'bridged'. Special attractions are the stone walls facing the mainland and the mighty city gates.
Entertainment, Recreation, Excursions
Summer folk festivals are of special interest. There are several entertainment centres and night clubs around Primošten. Cycling, jogging and walking paths, nautical sports and tennis.
Getting there: Excellent connections with Croatia's transport infrastructure.