Primošten’s beauty is world known, so no wonder that in 2007 Primošten got the Entente Florale Europe, the Golden Flower of Europe award, for the scenery and landscapes in the Villages category.
Best known part of Primošten and its surroundings are the “stone lace” vineyards with their distinctive composition of vines. They are made of kilometers of dry-stone walls which were buildt from the ancient times by the field laborers. An image of the stone walls of Primošten Riviera’s vineyards decorates the New York offices of the United Nations.
There are many small villages and settlements aroud Primošten, each of them worth visiting. There you vill find the “old”, relaxed way of life, with taverns and households where you can have a relaxing drink or meal while enjoying the beautiful scenery.
Velika and Mala Raduča are the biggest and most known beaches in Primošten. They are both gravel with mild entrance to the sea which makes them ideal for families with kids and elderly people. There you vill find many fun activities like tennis, voleyball, beach golf etc. Primošten also has a nudist beach.
Diving in the crystal clear sea of Primošten will amaze you. Rich sea life guarantees an experience of a lifetime. Visit the surrounding underwater caves, reefs and shipwrecks…
The local Wine Trail connects the villages in Primošten Burnji. Visit all the villages and find out about rich history of wine making in Primošten. And don’t forget to try some of local delicious quality wines, especially Babić wine.
CHURCH OF SAINT GEORGE
The church of saint George is placed in the old part of Primošten. It was raised in the 15th century and restaurated in 1760. It keeps the icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary with silver adornments and a painting of St. Mary with St. Luke and George, made by Master Cusi in 1719.
Have a walk on the beautiful Primošten promenade, enjoy the beautiful scenery and feel the relaxed Medditeranean way of life.