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Nestled between two stunning bays with glistening shorelines, Primosten is brimming with all the water sports opportunities, traditional cuisine and cultural hotspots you could ever need. This island-town is connected to the mainland and a regular bus service runs between Sibenik and Primosten and Split and Primosten. Primarily known for its popular - and world renowned - beach, Raduca beach, and enormous vineyards, Primosten is a great spot for a relaxing holiday on the Dalmatian Coast.
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Your guide to Primosten holidays
One of the biggest Primosten attractions is the Old Town. Stunningly crafted and featuring terracotta brickwork, cobbled streets, historical architecture, colourful wooden shutters and fuchsia flora, the photography opportunities here are endless. The Old Town is also the perfect place to soak up the sun in a tranquil and traditional setting, and the selection of locally run restaurants will cater to any taste.
For such a small town, Primosten boasts a staggering amount of stunning period churches. Reflecting the religious underpinning of the community, they are well worth a visit. By far the most impressive is the 15th century church of St George, situated in the Old Town. With beautiful marble features nestled among lush pine trees, the church offers views to die for from its hilltop location.
Primosten is an ideal base for further exploration up and down this part of Croatia's Dalmatian Coast. With bus access to Split and Sibenik you can explore Croatia's islands, such as Hvar and Brac, visit the Krka National Park and bathe in its warm waterfall pools or make your way to the popular resort of Trogir (40 minutes in the car.) Wow!
Veika Raduca Beach is Primosten's claim to fame. Voted regularly as one of the top 10 best beaches in Croatia this pebbly, warm-water beach is ideal for families because of its gently sloping shelf. There's parking available or you can anchor your boat just outside of the swimming zone.
There are plenty of facilities at Raduca beach, including toilets, showers, a bar and a restaurant which serves up seafood pulled right from the sea. Numerous sports are available such as tennis, volleyball and badminton, plus a choice of sunbeds and loungers for rent for those who'd rather relax.
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