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Primošten (Primosten), Croatia


Primošten (Primosten) highlights

Primošten is famous for its huge and beautiful vineyards. A photo of the vineyards of Primošten hung in the UN center in New York. Apart from its vineyards, Primošten is also known for the traditional donkey race that takes place there every summer. The largest beach in Primošten is called Raduča, and its smaller part, Mala Raduča, is voted one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in Croatia. The area's vineyards are currently under consideration to become a UNESCO World Heritage site.


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Last reviewed: 11 December 2021

Primošten (Primosten) description

Primošten is famous for its huge and beautiful vineyards. A photo of the vineyards of Primošten hung in the UN center in New York. Apart from its vineyards, Primošten is also known for the traditional donkey race that takes place there every summer. The largest beach in Primošten is called Raduča, and its smaller part, Mala Raduča, is voted one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in Croatia. The area's vineyards are currently under consideration to become a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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UNESCO jewels of Croatia + discover Bosnia: all seasons 6 days tour from Korcula. Bosnia main attractions + famous Croatia Dalmatian towns Split, Sibenik and Trogir.

tour starts in: Korčula (Korcula), Croatia

tour finishes in: Korčula (Korcula), Croatia

tour duration: 6 days (5 nights)

tour countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia

tour destinations: Blagaj, Klis, Kravica, Loreto, Međugorje, Mostar, Počitelj, Primošten, Split, Trogir, Šibenik

UNESCO jewels of Croatia + discover Bosnia-Herzegovina: all seasons 6 days tour from Korcula. Visit Bosnia-Herzegovina main attractions + famous Croatian Dalmatian UNESCO towns Split, Sibenik and Trogir. Pick up and drop off in Orebic. In Bosnia-Herzegovina we will see Blagaj dervish monastery, UNESCO town Mostar and its old bridge, visit pilgrimage center Medjugorje, walk and watch wonderful Kravice natural park with waterfalls, climb by narrow streets of medieval fortified town Pocitelj. In Croatia, we will walk historical center of Split (UNESCO World Heritage Site), see coastal town Sibenik with its fortresses, historical center and the cathedral, also UNESCO World Heritage Site. Next day we will walk another one UNESCO town, Trogir, and after another night in Split, on the way back, we will visit famous fortress Klis.

all seasons tour

6 days

Price from € 656

 



Discover Croatia + Bosnia in 6 days all seasons tour from Zagreb to Dubrovnik. Dalmatian Riviera, UNESCO Venetian towns, fortresses and scenic roads.

tour starts in: Zagreb, Croatia

tour finishes in: Dubrovnik, Croatia

tour duration: 6 days (5 nights)

tour countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia

tour destinations: Blagaj, Dubovac, Loreto, Mogorjelo, Mostar, Nehaj, Primošten, Senj, Sokolac, Split, Trogir, Zadar, Zavala, Šibenik

This 6 days discovery tour will open for you 2 countries: Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. The tour running by scenic roads all seasons from Zagreb to Dubrovnik. On the way from Zagreb down to coast we will visit Dubovac fortress and see Sokolac castle. The first Dalmatian town we'll meet is Senj, where need to see historical center and the symbol of the town, Nehaj fortress from 1558. Next, we will walk historical center of Zadar and see why it was important Venetian town. In another Venetian town, Sibenik, we will see famous cathedral (UNESCO World Heritage site), and walk in historical center of another Venetian town, Trogir (UNESCO World Heritage site). Split, next Dalmatian town we going to visit, is well-known for its ancient center and beautiful architecture. On the way to Mostar (UNESCO World Heritage site) we will have a dinner in local restaurant at rare place, a real Roman villa Rustica, established as agricultural estate in 4th century AD. We will explore the historic center of Mostar and walk over famous Mostar bridge. On the way to Dubrovnik we will visit historical town Blagaj with dervish monastery (tekija) built around 1520, and small Zavala monastery partially located in cave.

all seasons tour

6 days

Price from € 729

 



Discover Croatia + Bosnia in 7 days all seasons tour from Zagreb to Dubrovnik. UNESCO venetian towns of Dalmatian Riviera and scenic roads.

tour starts in: Zagreb, Croatia

tour finishes in: Dubrovnik, Croatia

tour duration: 7 days (6 nights)

tour countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia

tour destinations: Blagaj, Dubovac, Loreto, Mogorjelo, Mostar, Nehaj, Primošten, Senj, Sokolac, Split, Trebinje, Trogir, Tvrdoš, Zadar, Zavala, Šibenik

With this 7 days discovery tour we going to visit 2 countries: Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. The tour running all seasons by scenic roads from Zagreb to Dubrovnik. On the way from Zagreb down to coast we will visit Dubovac fortress and see Sokolac castle. The first Dalmatian town we'll meet is Senj, where need to see historical center and the symbol of the town, Nehaj fortress from 1558. Next, we will move to Zadar to walk over historical center and see why Zadar was important Venetian town. In Sibenik, another Venetian town, we will see famous cathedral (UNESCO World Heritage site) and see its historical center. In another one Venetian town, Trogir (UNESCO World Heritage site), we will walk in historical center and harbor. Split, next Dalmatian town we going to visit, is well-known for its ancient center and beautiful architecture. On the way to Mostar (UNESCO World Heritage site) we will have a dinner in local restaurant at rare place, a real Roman villa Rustica, established as agricultural estate in 4th century AD. We will explore the historic center of Mostar and walk over famous Mostar bridge. On the way to Dubrovnik we will visit historical town Blagaj with dervish monastery (tekija) built around 1520, small Zavala monastery partially located in cave, taste real Herzegovina wine from family running winery in Trebinje, and admire famous Tvrdos orthodox monastery with it own wine cellar.

all seasons tour

7 days

Price from € 916

 



All seasons 9 days tour to discover Bosnia and visit Croatian Dalmatia from Korcula. Bosnia main attractions + famous UNESCO sites Split, Sibenik and Trogir in Croatia.

tour starts in: Korčula (Korcula), Croatia

tour finishes in: Korčula (Korcula), Croatia

tour duration: 9 days (8 nights)

tour countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia

tour destinations: Blagaj, Jajce, Klis, Konjic, Kravica, Loreto, Međugorje, Mostar, Počitelj, Primošten, Sarajevo, Split, Travnik, Trogir, Šibenik

All seasons 7 days tour to discover Bosnia-Herzegovina and visit famous Croatian towns Split, Sibenik and Trogir. Pick up and drop off in Orebic. In Bosnia-Herzegovina we will see Blagaj dervish monastery, UNESCO town Mostar and its old bridge, visit pilgrimage center Medjugorje, walk and watch wonderful Kravice natural park with waterfalls, climb by narrow streets of medieval fortified town Pocitelj, visit multicultural Sarajevo with its old market, see Ottoman Empire fortress Jajce, meet another medieval fortress Travnik and walk in its old streets. In Croatia, we will walk historical center of Split (UNESCO World Heritage Site), see coastal town Sibenik, its fortress, historical center and the cathedral, also UNESCO World Heritage Site. Next day we will walk another one UNESCO town, Trogir, and after another night in Split, on the way back, we will visit famous fortress Klis.

all seasons tour

9 days

Price from € 1,056

 




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