Golden Rays luxury villa complex in the city of Primošten is the pioneer of luxury tourism in Dalmatia. Hosting affluent clientele looking for luxury furnished, modern and fully equipped estates, this VIP complex is ideally located on the seafront and has access to a private beach.
It opened its doors in the summer of 2013 and, with its 7 luxury villas and 6 apartments, has since been the only resort of this sort along the Adriatic coast.
Luxury ambience with great panorama
Each of the seven villas is freestanding and features a garage for two automobiles, three or four bedrooms with bathrooms and balconies, a kitchen, a dining room, and a living room with a terrace, as well as a swimming pool that is partly nested in the villa and partly an open-air facility.
Directly adjoining it are various extra facilities guests may luxuriate in, such as a sauna, a fitness area or an entertainment and socializing area, and from season 2016 guests will also enjoy a large common swimming pool. Each villa has a usable space of approximately 370 square meters.
All rooms, particularly living rooms and bedrooms, enjoy views of the beautiful bay with the peninsula to the left, the islet to the front, and a panoramic view of the sea to the right that will not leave even those of the most sophisticated tastes unmoved.
Cascades shape for a wonderful sea view
The architects have devoted particular attention to the position of the complex, which at the same time gives exclusivity to each individual unit thereof, however does not separate them from one another, thus affording a unique and unobstructed view from each of it. Green roofs on each of the villas create the impression of a garden for the villa behind it. The villas are adapted to the topography partly dug into the terrain with a green atrium at the rear of the villa; they intertwine modern architecture and Mediterranean ambience in a unique manner.
Charming small town of Primošten
The town of Primošten is situated on an island that its inhabitants connected to the mainland five hunderd years ago so as to reach their fields easier. The town’s name originates from this as well – it has been derived from the Dalmatian term ‘primostiti’- to bridge. Surrounded by seven small islands, Primošten is a gift of nature that leaves no one unimpressed. What the generous nature has not given, the hard-working people have created to make Primošten one of the most attractive destinations on the Adriatic.
Old stone houses, churches and narrow stone-paved streets (Dalmatian ‘kala’) show a perfect blend of the past and the present. Once a fishing village, the town has developed into a touristic paradise in this part of the Adriatic. The charm this small town exudes is difficult to resist.
The proximity of the airport in Trogir (30 kilometers), the nautical and tourist ports at Rogoznica-Frapa (7 kilometers) and Primosten-Kremik (3 kilometers), two national parks – the National Park of Kornati and Krka, the crystal clean sea and the fairytale view make this project unique, placing it among the most prestigious and exclusive ones in the world.