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Dolac is a small cove situated 3km from Primosten. During the 70s, this place grew into a weekend resort. It was first mentioned under the name of Bosanski Dolac and can be characterized as a place where the inhabitation of Primosten started. It is an ideal place for those who wish to spend their vacation away from the crowd and noise.
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Primosten is a small resort located only 27km from Sibenik. The old part of the town is situated on a small island which eas connected to the mainland by a bridge, which was later replaced by a mound. This is how Primosten became a peninsula. The town preserved its Mediterranean atmosphere which is evident in its narrow streets and compacted stone houses in the old town core. Visit historical sites such as the parish church of St. Juraj, church of St. Roko, the image of Our Lady of Loret and the Church of Our Lady of Grace.
The town is rich with long pebble beaches as well as a beautiful promenade surrounded by old town walls. One of the most beautiful and most popular beaches in Primosten is the Raduca beach. During the summer months, numerous manifestations are organized in Primosten, such as: Primosten habits, fishing evenings, folklore and Dalmatian folk songs evenings. Those in search of fun until the early morning hours have the disco club Aurora, one of the most popular clubs on the Adriatic, at their disposal.
Šibenik is the oldest self-settled city in Croatia, located at the mouth of the Krka river. If you wish to get acquainted with the history of the city, you can visit its historical monuments ( fortresses of St. Michael, St. Nicholas, St. John and Šubićevac, cathedral of St. Jacob, church of St. Francis, church of St. Dominic, Four Wells square), as well as its museums and galleries (Šibenik City Museum, Gallery of St. Krševan, AG Gallery, Madrigal gallery).
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* prices for June 2015 based on the maximum capacity for a minimum stay of 7 days