Primošten is situated in the south Adriatic coast between Šibenik and Trogir. Main attraction there is the town itself with its stone houses, churches and narrow Mediterranean streets. With its rich history and famed olive oil and wine, today Primošten is one of the leading tourist destinations on the Adriatic coast.

There are also some of the Croatia's national parks and historical sites nearby, like NP Krka, NP Kornati, Diocletian's palace in Split and old medieval town of Trogir.

There are several ways to reach Primošten. If you are coming with the plane, there are few options:
- Nearest airports are Split Airport (35 km away, has regular and low-cost airlines with direct connections available from major European centers throughout the season) and Zadar Airport (100 km away, so if you are arriving to Zadar (presumably by EasyJet), you will need to take a bus),
- Zagreb Airport is 350 km away so you should try to avoid this solution and organize a connecting flight to Split yourself. Otherwise, there are regular bus lines which connect Zagreb (50 euros round trip from the bus station) and Split almost every hour.

There is taxi service available from the Split Airport (for approx. 50 euros).

There will be a shuttle service form Split Airport organized as well.

If you need to take the bus:
- From the Split bus station take a local bus (about 10 euros round trip) in the direction of Šibenik or Zadar. These buses should pass through Primošten,
- If you arrive at the Zadar Airport, first go to the Zadar bus station (by taxi or bus). From there, take a bus in the direction of Split, which normally should pass through Primošten - check with the ticket counter clerk,
- In any case tell the bus driver in advance that you intend to get off in Primošten and bear in mind that buses which take the A1 Motorway between Zadar and Split do not go along the coast, and therefore, should not be used to go to Primošten.

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