We are offering taxi service in the vicinity of Primošten, Croatia. You can contact us on mobile +385915969372, or on mail email@example.com
We are offering services with Citroen c5 & opel vivaro, safe and comfortable cars. Which car we will use is depending on number of people.
Tariff 1 (standard): Starting price is 20kn (aprox. 2.643 €). With extra 10kn for each kilometer.
Tariff 2 (weekend, night, holidays): Starting price is 20kn (aprox. 2.643 €). With extra 13kn for each kilometer.
My name is Ivan Markoč, i come from Primošten and i am years old. I have years of driving experience with over 1 000 000 kilometers.
Tariff 1 (standard):Starting price is 20kn, with 10kn for each extra kilometer.
Tariff 2 (weekend, night, holidays):Starting price is 20kn, with 13kn for each extra kilometer.
Price is unique, no matter how many people are using our services. If the destination is more than 20 km away, price is negotiable. We are also offering package delivery, with the same price as normal taxi services.
Marina Kremik is located not far from famous turistic town Primošten, almost in the center of Adriatic sea and it is open for sailors from 1983. Marina Kremik is one of best protected marinas on Croatian coast. Marina has standard for second category and marina care to keep this level or make better to get in future higher status, first category. In marina we offer you quality berths with fingers for boats till 14 m lenght. In our port offer you as weel mooring places for bigger vessels.
In 2003 Marina Kremik was completely renovated. New floating jetties were installed to offer more places in the sea, the restaurant, the reception, the sanitary blocks and the service were renovated.
KRKA NATIONAL PARK, located near Sibenik, has been known for its numerous waterfalls. This area is exceptionally rich in flora and fauna. Krka river now has 7 waterfalls, and its beauty are the natural karstic phenomenon. Krka National Park is best to visit in the spring and summer. In that time Krka can show its full splendor, and you can enjoy clean and fresh water.
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Plitvice Lakes National Parkis one of the oldest and the largest national park in Croatia. In 1979, Plitvice Lakes National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage register. The national park was founded in 1949 and is situated in the mountainous karst area of central Croatia, at the border to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The important north-south road connection, which passes through the national park area, connects the Croatian inland with the Adriatic coastal region.
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Kamenar 21, 22202 Primošten, Croatia
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