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Primosten is a pleasant holiday resort on a small island joined to the mainland by a causeway, lying 20 km south of Sibernik and was originally surrounded by walls to protect the inhabitants from the Turks. The walls are now gone and Primosten is the kind of place where you could rest up quite happily for a day or two, kicking back and doing nothing much at all.

The coastal path – Lungomare –  that circles the island meanders  through the wooded promontory on the north shore and offers glimpses of swanky holiday villas and sweeping sea views.  The beaches are pebbly, but the water that surrounds them is pristine and clear and the swimming is excellent.  Primosten has a number of good restaurants – seafood is predominant and the sharing platter at Grgur Ninskog comes highly recommended.  Be sure to try a bottle of the local Primosten red wine – Babic.

One of the best known nightclubs in central Dalmatia – Aurora - is a couple of kilometres outside town and brings in guest DJs from around Europe over the summer months. Primosten is popular with visiting charterers for good reason and you are bound to find a good coterie of fellow yachties to while away some time with on a Primosten yacht charter – perhaps over a bottle of Babic?



  • Primosten has two small harbours.
  • Tie up bow or stern-to either the outer harbour wall in 3 metres (9 feet) using the pick-up lines provided or to the inner quay in 2 metres (6 feet). Alternatively, you can anchor between the two harbours in 6 metres (20 feet) but be aware that the holding is unreliable. 
  • The marina at nearby Kremik is another option.

To Do:

  • Chill out
  • Walk around the island on the Lungomare


  • Water
  • Electricity
  • Fuel
  • Public toilets
  • Provisions
  • Fruit and vegetable market
  • Bars and restaurants