Primosten

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Primosten is a small place located only 27 km from Sibenik. The old part of the place is situated on a small island which was connected to the mainland by a bridge which was later replaced by a mound – this is how Primosten became an island. The place preserved its Mediterranean atmosphere and all the features of a medieval Mediteranean fishing town, which is especially evident in its narrow streets and compacted houses in the old town core. Visit historical sites such as: the parish church St. Juraj (built in 1485 on the highest point of the former island), St. Roko church (built in 1680, a valuable cultural monument), image of Our Lady of Loret and the Church of Our Lady of Grace (built in 1553).
The place is adorned with long pebble beaches and a beautiful promenade surrounded by old town walls. One of the most famous and most beautiful beaches in Primosten is the Raduca beach. During the summer months numerous festivities are organized in Primosten, such as: Primosten habits, fishing night, folklore and Dalmatian folk music evenings. For those in search of fun until the early morning hours, there is a disco club, Aurora, which is one of the most popular clubs on the Adriatic. Sports and recreation fans can enjoy tennis, table tennis, mini golf, beach volleyball, jet-ski as well as various water sports. If you would like to get acquainted with the gastronomy of the region and savor different specialties, visit the restaurants “Staro selo” and “Amfora”, as well as the taverns “Jerko” and “Torkul”.

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Sibenik is the oldest self-settled city on the Adriatic and is located at the mouth of the river Krka. Get acquainted with the history of this city by visiting its many museums, galleries and historical monuments. Of its historical monuments we recommend you visit the fortresses of St. Michael, St. Nicholas, St. John and Subicevac, the Cathedral of St. Jacob, St. Francis church, St. Dominic’s church, Four Wells and others. Of its museums and galleries we recommend you visit the Sibenik City Museum, AG Gallery, St. Krsevan Gallery, Madrigal. During the summertime, Sibenik hosts various festivals such as the International Children’s Festival, Sibenik Evening, Evenings of Dalmatian Chansons, Organ Summer School and Sibenik Cultural Summer.

Trogir, or as many call it – “museum town” is located in the center of Dalmatia. Its harbor is a favorite destination for boaters because of good position and natural protection. The town is famous for its numerous historical monuments, some of which are: old town core, fort Kamerlengo, St. Marko fortress, sculpture of the Blessed Ivan Orsini, St. Jeronim chappel, Cipico palace, renaissance church of St. John the Baptist, the portal of Radovan, museum...

Vodice is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Adriatis. It is a city which takes pride in its tradition and old age and is located along the coast in a wide bay. The city is winner of the “Touris flower” award given to cities with a specially attractive tourism offer. The city is home to one of the most popular night clubs on the Adriatic, the Hacienda. It is rich with cultural monuments, of which we recommend the following: Karmel church (located on the Okit hill), Čorić tower, St. Elijah church, church of the Holy Cross and the parish church of the Holy Cross with its bell tower. Sports and recreation lovers can enjoy beach volleyball, soccer, basketball, cycling, scuba diving, sea fitness, rental of floaters, kayaks or speedboats and many other activities.

Split is an eternally young town which lives at a slow pace to which it is easy to accustom. It is the second largest town in Croatia and one of the most popular and most visited tourist destinations on the Adriatic. It is rich with historical cultural sites, such as: the Diocletian’s palace – the heart of Split, Iron gate, statue of Gregory of Nin, St.Duje cathedral, St. Frane cathedral, St. Petar concathedral, Peristil, St. Ante convent and numerous others.

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Guest reviews Primosten

Fabulous
4.4
Overall guest rating

Atmosphere:
4.6
4.6
Beaches:
4.1
4.1
Friendly locals:
4.4
4.4
Security:
4.6
4.6
Touristic offer:
4.4
4.4

  • Fabulous 4
    VICENTE
    Family, Spain
      18/08/2011
    BUEN AMBIENTE
    El ambiente del pueblo en verano es estupendo, hay muchos restaurantes y entretenimiento en la plaza, es una península peatonal donde está todo el pueblo. Re pasea muy fácil y es acogedor.
    El aparcamiento es muy complicado al ser peatonal.

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