From $1,400 per night

from

$9,500

p/w

6

3

3

Golden Rays - luxury in the picturesque Adriatic

Sleeps up to 6 guests

Minimum stay depends on season

5 star luxury rating

5 star unique rating

Luxurious villa directly by the sea

Private swimming pool & sauna

Air-conditioning

Wireless internet

Panoramic view to the sea

 

Dalmatia’s rugged limestone peaks, emerald-blue waters, countless islands, and magnificent coastal towns offer an unrefined Mediterranean charm all of their own.

 

Primosten is one of the most popular tourist resorts in Dalmatia and ranks among the most picturesque small towns on the Adriatic, with a number of typical narrow streets in the old town core, on a small hilly peninsula.

Visitors may choose between 50 restaurants, taverns, etc. The most famous local speciality is spiny lobster

a la Primosten. The discotheque Aurora is the largest one in Dalmatia.

 

PRIMOSTEN, a small town and harbour on a small peninsula between the coves of Raduca and Primosten, 30 km southeast of Sibenik; population 1,745. The economy is based on farming, growing of vines and olives, fishing and tourism. Primosten is protected from the northerly winds and has a very mild climate. The coves of Vela and Mala Raduca, Primosten and Peles feature large beaches. The town is located on the main road (M2, E65). In the 16th

century a bridge was constructed so as to connect the settlement on the islet with the mainland. The islet featured also two towers and walls, pulled down at the end of the 19th century. The parish church of St. George, erected on top of the elevation in the 15th century, was thoroughly reconstructed in 1760. It keeps the icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary with silver adornments and a representation of St. Mary with Sts. Luke and George, a work by Master Cusi from 1719. The entrance into the town features a Baroque chapel from 1790. – The hamlet of Krusevo features the mediaeval church of St. Martin (tombstones on the cemetery), in Siroka is the church of St. Jerome from 1460 and in Prhovo the mediaeval church of St. George, later reconstructed.

 

LOCATION

It is located 3 km from the centre of Primošten, 25 km from the centre of Šibenik, in a quiet, sunny position, directly by the sea.

Dalmatinska ul, , Croatia

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From $1,400 per night

from

$9,500

p/w

6

3

3

Availability
Description
Golden Rays - luxury in the picturesque Adriatic

Sleeps up to 6 guests

Minimum stay depends on season

5 star luxury rating

5 star unique rating

Luxurious villa directly by the sea

Private swimming pool & sauna

Air-conditioning

Wireless internet

Panoramic view to the sea

 

Dalmatia’s rugged limestone peaks, emerald-blue waters, countless islands, and magnificent coastal towns offer an unrefined Mediterranean charm all of their own.

 

Primosten is one of the most popular tourist resorts in Dalmatia and ranks among the most picturesque small towns on the Adriatic, with a number of typical narrow streets in the old town core, on a small hilly peninsula.

Visitors may choose between 50 restaurants, taverns, etc. The most famous local speciality is spiny lobster

a la Primosten. The discotheque Aurora is the largest one in Dalmatia.

 

PRIMOSTEN, a small town and harbour on a small peninsula between the coves of Raduca and Primosten, 30 km southeast of Sibenik; population 1,745. The economy is based on farming, growing of vines and olives, fishing and tourism. Primosten is protected from the northerly winds and has a very mild climate. The coves of Vela and Mala Raduca, Primosten and Peles feature large beaches. The town is located on the main road (M2, E65). In the 16th

century a bridge was constructed so as to connect the settlement on the islet with the mainland. The islet featured also two towers and walls, pulled down at the end of the 19th century. The parish church of St. George, erected on top of the elevation in the 15th century, was thoroughly reconstructed in 1760. It keeps the icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary with silver adornments and a representation of St. Mary with Sts. Luke and George, a work by Master Cusi from 1719. The entrance into the town features a Baroque chapel from 1790. – The hamlet of Krusevo features the mediaeval church of St. Martin (tombstones on the cemetery), in Siroka is the church of St. Jerome from 1460 and in Prhovo the mediaeval church of St. George, later reconstructed.

 

LOCATION

It is located 3 km from the centre of Primošten, 25 km from the centre of Šibenik, in a quiet, sunny position, directly by the sea.

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