The old town in Primosten is probably one of the most photographed locations in Croatia. The village has a fantastic location on the tip of a point only connected to the mainland by a very narrow horn. Primosten is very picturesque and has kept a lot of its original charm and atmosphere. In the sea outside the village there are a beautiful archipelago and an active boating environment.
Primosten is indeed one of the pearls of the Croatian coast. The village is one of the most profiled and most popular destinations for international visitors to Croatia. Primosten consists of an old town centre, surrounded by an ancient fortress wall, and a more modern part of the village on the hills just outside the village centre. The gate through the fortress wall takes the visitor to a genuine old town with old stone houses, narrow alleys between the houses. No cars are allowed in this area and there are many nice restaurants and cafés to choose from. The old town of Primosten is fairly small but offers still many panoramic viewing spots to enjoy the beautiful sea and the surrounding islands. A small walking path follows close to the waterfront all the way around the old town and gives a good selection of private bays for a quick swim in the sea.