The old town of Primošten
Primošten is a small town, which lies beautifully on a peninsula. You can stroll around the city along the water and walk up to its church. There are small alleys and so much holiday feeling (even prettier in the low season when nobody is around). The area around Primosten is also know for their wine. As a matter of fact, the Primošten Vineyards are currently considered to become a UNESCO World Heritage site.
above left you can see that we were in the low season – Coca Cola from Christmas
above all those pretty alleys
below oh, hello there! seems as if Primosten is not as empty as we thought
The old town of Trogir
Lastly, we stopped in Trogir, which is a small harbour town with around 10’000 inhabitants. The old town is really pretty and historic, which is also why it has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. There is definitely more to see in Trogir and you should take a few hours to wander through the small alleys and get lost in them. Also, there are so many lovely cafés and hidden restaurants, where you can experience the Croatian way of living.
above left pure holiday feeling – ice cream first!
below one of the pretty squares with cafés outside
Bye bye Croatia! It was such a wonderful experience and I will definitely come back soon.
wish you a wonderful day!