Primošten – The town of Primosten is situated on an island that its inhabitants connected to the mainland five hunderd years ago so as to reach their fields easier. The town’s name originates from this as well- it has been derived from the Dalmatian term ‘primostiti’- to bridge. Surrounded by seven small islands, Primosten is a gift of nature that leaves no one unimpressed.
What the ungenerous nature has not given, the hard-working people have created to make Primosten one of the most attractive destinations on the Adriatic. Old stone houses, churches and narrow stone-paved streets (Dalmatian ‘kala’) show a perfect blend of the past and the present. Once a fishing village, the town has developed into a touristic paradise in this part of the Adriatic. The charm this small town exudes is difficult to resist.
The enclosed residential complex Golden Rays, comprising nine beautiful residential objects, is located in the town’s immediate vicinity.
Beach: 0 km (Golden Rays has a private rocky beach with access to the sea)
Center: 1 km
Airports: Split (30 km) , Zadar (100 km)
National Park Krka Waterfalls: 50 km
Cities: Šibenik 30 km, Trogir 30 km, Split 60 km, Zadar 100 km, Dubrovnik 280 km
The complex can be reached by the main Adriatic coastal road (Jadranska magistrala) – accessing Primošten from northwest, You will reach the complex approximately 1,5 km before the entrance to the town.