Surrounded by the seven tiny isles, Primošten even has its very centre situated on a small island that its dwellers connected with the mainland five centuries ago.
The inland area of Primošten is known for its quaint, sun-kissed vineyards, famous for the renowned Babić wine brand. Keeping up with modern times notwithstanding, Primošten still managed to retain the atmosphere and architectural highlights of a fishing village from medieval times, with its stone dwellings stacked closely together and interspersed with countless narrow, meandering streets and alleys.
In close proximity to several major cities, Primošten is a great starting point to explore the wider area. The pearl of the Mediterranean, Primošten , is just 25km away from Šibenik, 60km from Split and 35km from Split airport.