The enchanting peninsula of Primošten is one of the most photogenic spots on the Adriatic coast. A shady path runs around the whole peninsula and you can stop along a cove or beach to take a dip in the crystal clear waters. There are no particular museums or sights in Primošten but the old medieval town has preserved a great deal of its ambience. The most striking feature of the old town is the church of St Juraj erected in 1485 and restored in 1760. The church is on a hill from which you get sweeping coastal views. Mention must be made of what is, for some, Primošten's star attraction--its disco! "Aurora" is the largest disco in Dalmatia and hugely popular throughout Croatia.
Gastronomic pleasures chased by the waves play are the experience that will leave everyone breathless. In the evening hours, sea ground reveals the lobster world who is our everyday visitor, mullet, very often, octopus,... If you are just passing or sailing by, visiting Primošten and tavern “TONI” will make your journey more enriched.
The restaurant "Galija" in Primosten offers specialties of Dalmatian cuisine. The menu contains a fine selection of fish and shellfish dishes, as well as local meats and vegetables. "Pršut" - smoked meat, cheese, delicious bread freshly prepared in front of the guests.
Marina Kremik lies in the picturesque bay of Peleš, some 3 km south of Primošten in north Dalmatia. The bay is covered with centuries-old grapevines and stretches far inland, making the yacht harbour one of the safest harbours on the Adriatic coast.
The marina was completely renovated in 2003 and is an ideal starting point for sailing trips to the Kornati and Krka National Parks.