Harmony of Sun,
Sea and Stone
Sailors called it a "dry point" because of the long lasting dry periods while its inhabitants, and visitors know it as Primošten.
It is set upon a little island that five centuries ago the inhabitants linked to the land by a causeway so that they could go off to the fieldsthe more easily. Surrounded by seven little islands, Primošten is a special gift from nature that leaves no one indifferent. What a parsimonious nature did not give, the industrious people created themselves, and made Primošten into one of the most attractive places to visit in the whole of the Adriatic. The stone houses, churches and narrow lanes are a perfect harmony of the past and the present.
A dosen kilometers from the
center of the Primošten is the village of
From a fishing village, Primošten has developed into this part of the Adriatic's heaven for holiday -makers. The charm that the town gives off is hard to resist.