Primosten is a traditional fishing, olive and wine-growing town that developed into a tourist gem Located in northern Dalmatia, between towns Sibenik, Trogir and Split. In addition to miles of beautiful pebble beaches, offers a wide selection of cafes, restaurants, souvenir and art shops, tennis courts, mini golf, table tennis, soccer, basketball , volleyball and rich cultural and artistic program. Concerts, folklore performances and other entertainment activities are held almost daily in the main square under organizations tourist community Primosten.
The old town Primosten is situated on a hilly peninsula surrounded by seven small islands. With medieval walls in front retained all the characteristics of the Mediterranean town. Recognizable by his narrow streets and stone houses, among which are numerous restaurants, bars and tavern.
Near the Primosten are two well-known national parks. National park Krka (www.np-krka.hr/en/) and National park Kornati (www.np-kornati.hr/en/). Daily trips to the two jewels of nature are organized from Primosten and they will offer an unforgettable experience.
Sibenik (www.sibenik-tourism.hr/en/) is in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic Coast, in the picturesque and indented bay where the Krka River, one of the most beautiful karst rivers in Croatia enters the sea. The view over Šibenik reveals the unique harmony of the urban poetics of the town and its natural surroundings.
Trogir (www.tztrogir.hr/) a town which is on the UNESCO list of the World Cultural Heritage as the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in Central Europewas in the past one of the cultural centers of Dalmatia: in the 13th century enriched with the master works of master Radovan and Ivan Lucius, who filled the town with famous sculptors, architectures and paintings.
Split (www.visitsplit.com/en) is the second-largest city of Croatia. The story of Split is already 17 centuries old, dating to the time the Roman Emperor Diocletian decided to build his Palace right on the peninsula near the great Roman city Salona, where he wanted to spend the last years of his life. During these 1700 years the Palace slowly turned into a city, which to this day lures with its rich tradition, glorious history and beauty of its natural and cultural heritage. Split is much more than glorious architectural scenery. Split is also a venue for excellent gourmet and vine experiences, numerous cultural happenings like film and theatre festivals, exhibitions, excellent museums and concerts, a city which offers eclectic modes of entertainment starting with numerous clubs and bars, through street festivals to events such as Ultra Europe Festival visited each year by up to 100 thousand young people from around one hundred countries of the world.