If you’re a lover of small yet interesting places, you’ll enjoy spending your summer in Primošten, one of Croatia’s most overlooked seaside destinations.
In the middle of Croatia’s coast. If you’ve been to Croatia before, you’ve probably been in Šibenik or Trogir – Primošten is right between the two.
Many love the privacy of Primošten combined with its practicality since lots of bigger and more popular towns are nearby.
Touched by various cultures. Primošten is said to be formed by eighty Bosnian families running away from the Turkish invasion during the eleventh century, but you can see the Greeks’ impact on the place.
Self-sufficient agronomy from day one. From the moment of their arrival, Primošten’s citizens have been in sync with the nourishing grounds and have been working on vineyards and olive orchards.
That’s one of the main reasons why Primošten’s cuisine never lets anyone down – it’s quite luxurious and interesting, combining the best of nature with the finest of modern methods.
A renovated city. Due to the tough life that Primošten citizens lived in this area during World War II, Croatia had to invest a lot of money in the city’s renovation.
That’s why it became one of the top destinations to visit, combining the beauty of nature with modern buildings such as the famous Lady of Loreto statue.
Enjoy an active lifestyle. If you’re an active person, you’ll enjoy Primošten’s bike clubs, as well as rent-a-boat services and the yacht club. In addition, you can go on boat excursions, visit the national park Krka nearby, as well as take a walk by the wonderful coast.
Make sure to be a hedonist! Primošten has lots of great coffee bars, as well as a nightclub and restaurants.
In July, the summer carnival might also be of interest to those who like cosplay and dressing up – make sure to dance under the stars!