Hiring a boat is the ideal way to explore the hidden beauties of Primošten and Southern Croatia. Primošten is one of the loveliest towns along the Adriatic coastline, surrounded by seven small islets and several beaches that will leave you breathless. With a private boat rental, you can easily stop along a cove or beach and take a dip in its crystal-clear waters. You can find the ideal catamaran, motor yacht, sailboat, or speedboat of your choice from Marina Kremik in Primošten. You can also directly contact the owners of the vessels for the ideal boat, or simply allow a BednBlue travel expert to guide you with some suggestions.
You have plenty of options:
You can book and hire a sailboat or speedboat with a skipper--or without one, if you have a license--and enjoy a one-day cruise to Drvenik Mali or Solta. You also have the option to rent a motorboat and tour various beaches in Primošten, Velica Raduca Beach is highly recommended. If you book a catamaran, you will have plenty of space to throw a party or enjoy a romantic sunset cruise. Finally, you can hire a sailboat and explore new destinations, such as Split, Trogir, and Hvar on a multi-day adventure.
Primošten is a seaside village located halfway between the two UNESCO cities of Sibenik and Trogir. This little town has become a popular holiday resort and is also a good base for exploring the most important cities of Croatia. There are some interesting places you can visit before your boat trip in Primošten. One of the most striking features of the old town is the Church of Saint George. This monumental building is located at the highest point of the peninsula that connects Primošten to the mainland by a thin causeway. Ulica Svetog Jurja is the main street of the old town that leads to the church. It has small stone streets, surrounded by many restaurants and gift shops. Once you enter the church, you will see the icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary and an altar dedicated to Our Lady of Loretto. It is also possible to see the island of Hvar and the Kornati islands from a distance and enjoy a romantic sunset of the open blue Adriatic Sea. Another frequently photographed place in Primošten is the Statue of the Fisherman With a Cat, which has beautiful views of the old town.
For those who like to explore new islands and create their own escape in nature, we recommend them to hop on a boat excursion in Primošten. One of the most popular boat tours from Primošten that you will never forget is a cruise to the islands of Brac and Solta. With a motorboat or speedboat, you will be able to enjoy an extraordinary ride to Drvenik Mali and the sandy white beach of its picturesque lagoon. You may also stop by Drvenik village or head to the fisherman village of Solta, named Maslinica. Here, you will see old houses, great architecture, and a small tavern where you can take a lunch break after swimming. To complete a day cruise from Primosten, you can head to the famous Blue Lagoon, where you can enjoy snorkeling with your group. This tour is perfect for families with children who prefer to spend their time being on a boat all day.
Other day trip options include exploring the beaches near Primošten. You can book a catamaran or sailboat and cruise one of the longest beaches in Croatia, known as Raduca Velika. This is a perfect spot for relaxation, since it is not too crowded. Away from the center of Primošten, you can always find a private spot between the rocks or in the shadow of pine trees. Porat Beach is a perfect choice, located on a beautiful and peaceful bay.
For a 3-day or 4-day boat trip from Primošten, you can visit Split and Trogir. These cities have a high concentration of monuments and squares and are a fantastic way to spend time shopping, taking pictures, or simply walking around.
Below you will find some useful information for your boat rentals in Primošten.
Marina Kremik: Located on the south of the town of Primošten, 3 miles northwest of Rogoznica and 14 miles south of Sibenik. The marina is a proud holder of the blue flag since 2003 and is open all year round. The busiest months are July and August, having few mooring spots for sailboats and catamarans. There are about 400 berths for vessels and the marina is well protected from the winds.
The marina is roughly 30 km away from Split Airport.
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