Primošten is a town in Croatia situated in the south, between the cities of Šibenik and Trogir, on the Adriatic coast. Set upon a little island linked by a bridge to the land with stone houses and narrow lanes in Mediterranean style, with many bays, islets and peninsulas, place with extraordinary sea. It is built on a hill and is dominated by the parish church of St. George.

Primošten has around 3000 inhabitants. Economy is based on farming, growing of vines and olives, fishing and tourism.

Primošten has a mild Mediterranean climate and is naturally sheltered from the winds.

Once an island, Primošten has preserved the atmosphere and all the architectural features of a medieval Mediterranean fishing village. Modern Primošten is teeming with vivid shops, small shops and souvenir shops scattered around the narrow cobbled streets, and the summer atmosphere is full of sports and entertainment contents.

Primošten is situated next to numerous natural and cultural attractions such as national parks, nature parks and thousand-year-old monuments, the most famous ones being national parks Paklenica, Plitvice, Krka and Kornati, and two nature parks Telašćica and Lake Vrana.