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Primošten travel guide

Read our essential Primošten travel guide for the best things to do, with restaurants, bars, hotels, beaches and more...

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Primošten is an easy hop away from nearby Šibenik. Buses leave every couple of hours and take 25 minutes. Despite its lack of tourist attractions – or tourists – this half-island is a place to unwind. Fragrant pines back pretty beaches, hilltop restaurants offer fresh seafood and great views, and seafront cafés fill with locals. Younger visitors come for the Aurora and similar nightspots within an easy drive. 

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Primošten hotel guide
Hotels

Primošten hotel guide

Primošten’s car-free core is set on a picturesque island linked to the mainland by a short causeway - it's small, but stocks a few good hotels. Here's our pick.

Hotel Zora
Hotels

Hotel Zora

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.

Time Out says
  • 3 out of 5 stars

Food and drink in Primošten

Primošten restaurant guide
Restaurants

Primošten restaurant guide

Restaurant Kamenar competes with Restoran Panorama for the best seafood spot in town. As you’d expect Panorama has gorgeous sea vistas but Kamenar has a terrace shaded by mulberry and acacia trees. Papec and Jerko are also worth a visit.

Primošten bar and club guide
Bars and pubs

Primošten bar and club guide

Primošten packs some good clubs - before heading out, young partygoers hit the bars lining the Mala Raduća seafront. Spots include Popaj, and Nautica, a few steps down the seafront towards the Old Town. Marina Frapa, in Rogoznica, continues to draw a mixed crowd to its summer programme.

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