This place offers the most charm you can get for your money in Primošten, in a 150-year-old stone building at the entrance to the Old Town. Above the restaurant of the same name is a family-run collection of seven small but pleasant rooms with pine-wood floors. The communal balcony has views of the surrounding rooftops.
For unobstructed sea and Old Town views, book one of the 11 well-equipped suites inside this white modern structure, a ten-minute walk uphill from the busy main road. Don’t expect villa-like luxury, but you can count on balconies, kitchenettes and air-con in most of the units. There’s a cleaning fee slapped onto the bill at the end, usually around 120kn.
This complex of nine interlinked low-rise buildings, set in pine forest, has modern decorative touches. Marble floors, stylish armchairs and shiny columns dress the lobby. The café-bar offers a lovely sea-facing terrace, while rooms, though small, come with balconies and pine floors. Most have superb views. The glass-domed seaside heated pool area has underground treatment rooms; a roof opens when the sun’s out or closes to swim under the stars. There are activities for children as well as sports and excursions.