The picturesque town of Primošten, located in northern Dalmatia, is no exception to the Dalmatian town that is surrounded by beautiful nature and picturesque sunsets.
Once an island, today a town with 2,800 inhabitants. The Mediterranean charm with beautiful beaches, the autochthonousness of the old town, vineyards, and restaurants for true gourmets of Dalmatian cuisine make Primosten a favorite destination for guests from all over Europe and beyond.
Did you know that writer Orson Welles also owned a house here? We are not surprised that he also discovered this real pearl of the Adriatic.
By the way, due to its favorable climate, Primošten attracts not only tourists but also numerous sailors. Due to very little rainfall during the year, sailors called it a “dry cape”
On the seven small islands in front of Primošten, you will find real little beaches like paradise. There can reach them by boat, and the hidden bays simply invite you to indulge and enjoy.