PRIMOŠTEN is one of the most attractive places on the Adriatic. Located 28 km south of Šibenik and first mentioned under its current name in the 16th century, the beautiful coastal resort of Primošten provides great conditions for both peaceful private vacation and lively eventful holidays.
With its ancient stone houses and churches, narrow streets decorated by different Mediterranean plants, it bears witness to a perfect harmony of the past and present, people and nature. Here you can enjoy taking a walk in the promenade with an unforgettable sunset as well as enjoy different gastronomic offers.

Our Lady of Loreto is the patron saint of the town of Primošten. In May 2017, a 17-meter-high statue of Our Lady of Loreto was inaugurated at the top of a 170-meter-high hill Gaj (Kremik), where the Lady is watching and preserving Primošten. In addition to the statue of Our Lady, there is a gorgeous panoramic view of one of the most picturesque places in Dalmatia – Primošten, Sibenik, Rogoznica, Kornati, the entire Šibenik archipelago, and the open sea. The lookout can be reached by car or on foot, and the best time to visit this beautiful lookout is late afternoon before sunset when with good weather the view stretches to the distant island of Hvar, Vis and Jabuka.

If you visit Primošten, you will see stone-laced vineyards that are a true work of art, made and farmed only by human hand. Autohtone grape sort from Primošten is Babić. On penurious, rocky lands with good exposition, oriented towards the sea, this variety has low yields but excellent quality. The Primošten vineyards are a unique example of the agricultural cultural landscape in the world.

PRIMOŠTEN BURNJI / PRIMOŠTEN JUŽNI are small inland villages only 4-10 km away from Camp Adriatic. Here you can find many archaeological findings more than 2000 years old and the St. George church which was built in 1298. Many family businesses are traditionally set up (such as the Šarić Courts and the Jurlin Courts) where you can try different delicacies of this Dalmatian region, such as olives, dried figs, sheep’s cheese, smoked ham, homemade bread, and then, after all, that, enjoy a glass of the fine Primošten red wine Babić.

These cities are over 1700 years old with many cultural-historical sights and beautifully preserved ancient urban nuclei. Excursions to these cities will surely allow you to take a peek into the cultural heritage of the Croatian people and each of them will fascinate you with its authentic beauty.

Our camp organizes excursions where you can enjoy the beautiful nature of the Krka River, the Skardinski Buk waterfalls, and the Roški Slap. This attractive landscape has served as scenery for many of Karl May’s movies.

Our unforgettable excursion to the Kornati archipelago will leave you breathless. Together with Dalmatian treats and music on a boat heading towards the Kornati Islands you can take pleasure in the unique natural beauty which is made up of blue sea, white stones, and sun, with the occasional shriek of a seagull.

Visit two islands in one day, including a museum and a handicraft jewelry workshop made of coral, as well as a gallery of Krapanj sea sponges.