Primosten is a small town on an island that is connected to the mainland by a causeway and is surrounded by many small islands.
It is assumed that this region was inhabited in the 7th century BC. The
city is known for its large and beautiful vineyards. In addition to
vineyards, Primošten is also known for its traditional donkey race "TRKI
Tovarov" which is held each summer.
The village is nice with old and narrows streets. A stop is required to visit Primosten.
On the port a lot of restaurants. Outside a supermarket for food shopping.
Tel: 022 570266 Fax: 570149
Many islands (Barilac, Grbavac, Lukovnjak, and Maslinovik Smokvica) and islets clutter approach Primosten S and W, navigation must be especially cautious at night. The village of Primosten on his island with the church on the hill is remarkable. We moored perpendicular to the quay by 3 m outside the dock or inside by 2 m. Sheltered harbor. By strong winds from SW rough sea enters the bay. Port of entry in summer.
Primosten est une petite ville
située sur une île qui est reliée au continent par une chaussée et qui est entourée par de nombreuses petites îles.
On suppose que cette région fut habitée au 7ème siècle avant JC. La
ville est connue pour ses grands et beaux vignobles. En plus de ses
vignes, Primošten est également connue pour sa traditionnelle course d’ânes «
Trki Tovarov » qui est organisée chaque été.
La plus grande et la plus
belle plage de Primosten est Raduča.
Il y a deux petits ports, une marina dans le village pour la plaisance et un port destiné à la pêcherie locale.
Tel: 022 570266 Fax: 570149
Sur le port on trouve de nombreux restaurants. Le village est à visiter.
A l’extérieur de la vieille ville on trouve un supermarché pour se
De nombreuses îles (Barilac, Grbavac, Lukovnjak, Maslinovik et Smokvica) et îlots encombrent l'approche de Primosten au S et à l'W, la navigation doit se faire avec prudence surtout de nuit.
Le village de Primosten sur son île avec l'église sur la colline est remarquable.
On s'amarre perpendiculairement à la digue extérieure par 3 m ou au quai intérieur par 2 m. Par forts vents de SW une mer forte rentre dans la baie. Port d'entrée d'été.
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