Primošten is situated on the most attractive part of the Adriatic coast, between the famous Croatian notabilities – town of Šibenik, Trogir and Split, and the national parks Krka and Kornati.
From Zagreb (350 km): Motorway A1 Karlovac–Split (Exit Šibenik/Knin-Drniš/Primošten), then drive on the road E 65 for 30 km to Primošten.
From Rijeka (310 km): Adriatic highway D8 to Primošten or Adriatic highway D8 to Senj, connection to the motorway A1 to Šibenik, and than the road E 65, 30 km to Primošten.
From Split (60 km): E 65 direction Zadar/Šibenik to Primošten.
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Organized transportation will be available from Split to Primosten, to Hotel Zora. Advanced application is required by email. Please do provide your flight information in order to organise the buses in advanced. Payment should be done at the hotel reception. For more information, please contact the Hotel Zora.
The price of the transfer is 60 EUR/transfer (one way). The price is changing depending on the number of persons per transfer. Minimum price is 15 EUR/person/transfer (one way).
Trip takes about 70-80 minutes.
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