If you are in one of the comfortable apartments, rooms or holiday houses in Primošten, and is not a perfect summer day, do not despair. Active vacation in Primošten has its own adute. Moreover, there are 8 of them - Primošten Cycling Trails all follow the interesting paths that intertwine the prehistoric olive groves and vineyards impressed in the stone landscape. The longest run is 42 kilometers and is called Windmills. Though long, this is one of the easiest trails and it is ideal for the recreationists regardless of physical fitness. A little shorter, 35 kilometers, the Bunari trail is a bit heavier, still suitable for recreational ones, but those who are in a better physical condition. Široki puti is for more experienced bikers, and stretching for a length of 26 kilometers. Dalmatinka the 10 villages are both about 24 kilometers long, but that's the only thing they have in common. The 10 villages is the light and picturesque trail that only tracks asphalted roads while Dalmatinka is for athletes who do not just want to discover the charms of Primošten but also find a challenge. Kilometer shorter Jelinjak is among the mid-heavy trails, as well as the Roads of stone lace, which follows the 19-kilometer-long dry-walls. Gaj is the shortest track, 11 kilometers long and does not require full physical readiness. All the trails run to many of Primošten's attractions, most of which lead into the hinterland to rural households and agrotourism where you can taste first-class local specialties along with a drop of premium wine that is famous around the world. Make sure that you only stay on the drop and tasting as you drive, and always bring along enough fluid to keep your ride a pleasure so it could turn to the enjoyable memories of the Primosten charming land.