About Calista

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If the search for the genuine experience of nature takes you to Primošten, one of the most attractive destinations on the Adriatic coast, you will have the support of the people as well as the support of the travel agency services Calista. Calista Agency operates on the location: 19 ban Josip Jelačić Street, Primošten right next to the "green market" and café bar "Dora", directly on the beach.

We offer accommodation in apartments and rooms in private homes, private villas, hotels in the city or in the countryside for our guests... be it in Primošten or in the surrounding towns and cities ... Besides dealing with reservations of private accommodation, we also act like mediators and help you in renting: cars, scooters, bicycles, boats and speedboats, excursions as well as using the exchange services. And from our gift shop and the wide range of Dalmatian products you can choose and take with you a part of Dalmatia that will remind you of summer during the long winter days.

We will be happy to recommend you excursions and sports activities ... Our main goal is for you to enjoy your stay in Primošten and its surroundings. Each guest is personally welcomed, accompanied along the way from the agency to the place where he or she will be staying and we are at our guests’ disposal whenever we are needed. If you need advice on choosing our day excursions, or a recommendation for a good restaurant or a local tavern, we're here to help you – this is also the case if you need medical help – we will direct you to the right place!

Dear guests, contact us, visit us and discover the beauties of Dalmatia! We are at your service for all your questions and information!

Calista team

How to get to us?

Primošten and the Riviera can be reached by bus, car, train or plane. The resorts of the Riviera are linked by the daily bus routes which connect Šibenik with smaller towns in the area.

The buses also drive out from the large tourist resorts of Split and Zadar to Primošten, Rogoznica and smaller places on the Riviera.You can find the formation about bus departures on the internet sites of the bus station Split or you can simply call the bus station Zadar under the number +385 (0) 60 305 305.

If you are traveling by car from the direction of Split, then the easiest way for you to take is the road E65. The distance is 60 km and it will take you about an hour to reach your destination. The fastest way from Zagreb to Primošten (363 km) is the A1 highway Karlovac and Bosiljevo. At the exit Šibenik in 325th mile of your ride, continue driving on the road E65 in the direction of Šibenik and Primošten. The journey takes about 3 and a half hours and the toll is 154 kuna.

The alternative is the old Karlovac road, from which you must turn onto the old highway D1 via Slunj, pass Plitvice and drive through Korenica, Gračac and Knin. The ride on the old highway takes longer, but you will save up on the fees.

If you are coming from Rijeka, you can take the Adriatic Highway D8 to Primošten or , when you get to Senj, connect onto the A1 motorway to Šibenik. The distance is 367 km, and the trip takes about 3 and a half hours. Detailed information of the road directions can be found on the websites of HAC (Croatian Automobile Club).

By train you can get from Split and Zagreb to Šibenik but you will have to transfer in the village Perkovic (you can see the timetable on the pages of Croatian Railways and then travel to Šibenik and arrive to Primošten with the local bus and surrounding towns on the Riviera)

If you wish to arrive by plane, the nearest airport is the Resnik Airport next to Trogir, 60 km from Primošten and Zadar-Zemunik airport near Zadar, 100 km away from Primošten. During the season both airports are connected with many European destinations by direct flights.

More information about the schedule can be found on the website of the Split Airport and Zemunik Airport.