Primosten Vineyards

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Sibenik-Knin County
43° 35' 12.5736" N, 15° 55' 17.706" E
General info: 

Primosten is a Croatian city that lies on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the southern area of the country. The city has become famous for the vineyards surrounding the city. Among the renowned vineyards, you can relax on the Raduca beach, voted to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the country.

The area has been extensively transformed in the past by people using only manual labor in order to create fertile lands. The vineyards are one of the best examples of the success of this technique. When you get to the city, it is impossible to miss the vineyards, as they are scattered on all of the hills that surround the city, providing a great view.

Getting there: 

A lot of buses between Split and Sibenik stop in Primosten so it is easy to reach the city.

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