Primošten is a small town on the coastline between Šibenik and Split. The old settlement is on a small island surrounded by city walls, which stand there even today. During the 16th century was built the embankment and island became a peninsula. Narrow, stone-paved streets between old stone houses lead to the top of the hill, from which spreads a beautiful view on the open sea and the surrounding.
Primošten is famous for its pebble beaches and shallow, crystal clear sea. Stone walls and vineyards are a symbol of this region and the persistence of the local population to survive in the crumbling nature.
On the peninsula is a city port with the jetty, water and electricity facilities. Mooring buoys are in front of the city port.
Just a few miles south from Primošten is Marina Kremik, in a picturesque bay surrounded by centuries-old vineyards of the famous wine “Babić”.