Omis in Croatia is a small Central Dalmatian town and harbour located between Split and Makarska, situated in the mouth of the Cetina river, surrounded with massive gorges. In the past Omis was notorious because of the pirates of Omis whose ships were a centuries-long symbol of retaliation, courage and strength. The evidences of proud and turbulent Omis history can be found on every corner of the OmisRiviera. Ancient town of Omis, Omis churches and Omis fortresses are silent stone reminders of the power and the might of infamous Omis pirates. Today, it is the centre of Omis Riviera, one of the most beautiful parts of Croatia's Adriatic Coast. Situated in the heart of Dalmatia, with it's true Mediterranean spirit and diversities, Omis Riviera offers everything you need for an unforgettable holiday in Croatia.
Accommodation in Omis
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Omis is a small Central Dalmatian town and harbour located between Split and Makarska, situated in the mouth of the Cetina river, surrounded with massive gorges. Favourable Medi...
Omis has it all. Numerous beaches and bays, rich vegetation, fresh air and crystal blue sea make Omis Riviera the perfect place to ecsape the stress and rush of modern life. The f...
Numerous beaches and bays, rich vegetation, fresh air and crystal blue sea make OmisRiviera the perfect place to ecsape the stress and rush of modern life. The beautiful Cetina River and it's canyon, nearby mountain tops and islands, ancient vineyards and olive plantations together form the landscape of extraordinary beauty. For those that prefer active holidays, OmisRiviera is a perfect destination. Rafting on Cetina River, free-climbing, scuba diving, trekking and windsurfing are just some of the activities that OmisRiviera has to offer.
Due to it's location in the heart of the Dalmatia, Omis is the perfect place to start the exploration of Dalmatia, it's islands, it's proud history, cultural heritage and natural beauties. Ancient Roman cities of Split and Salona are just half-hour drive from Omis. Islands Brac, Hvar, Korcula, Vis are easily reachable from Omis.
Omis is literally filled with restaurants, wine-cellars and cafe bars. Mediterranean cuisine, with it's olive oil, fish and sea food, home-grown vegetables, wine, and it's thousands year tradition will surelly help you experience the true spirit of the Mediterranean. Omis Cultural Summer, Festival of Dalmatian Klapas, Pirates Nights and many other musical, theatrical and gastronomical social events make Omis perfect place to experience not only the beauty of Dalmatia, but also beauty of it's soul.
Explore the destinations of Omis Riviera:
Duce: Endless series of sandy beaches
Duce is famous for its 4 kilometres long series of beautiful shallow sandy beaches, which make Duce the perfect holiday destination for families with small children. The vicinity of the towns of Omis, and large number of quality accommodation facilities make Duce very attractive tourist destination.
Nemira: Close to Omis yet far from the rush
Nemira is located just few kilometres to the south from the centre of the town of Omis, within walking distance from crowded streets filled with tourists. In Nemira one can find beautiful pebble beaches, crystal clear sea, and nice sea-side promenade to Mala luka and Balica rat beaches.
Stanici: Bays and faboulous beaches in the shade of pine trees
From Mala Luka bay to beautiful Ruskamen beaches, stretches the settlement called Stanici. Stanici offers much of the true Mediterranean spirit. Many restaurants and cafe bars, quality accommodation in apartments and hospitality of the local people will make you feel at home.
Ruskamen: naturist heaven turned to modern holiday resort
Located by the sea and under the hill tops of Omiska Dinara mountains, Ruskamen was one of the first naturist destinations in Croatia and Europe, with large number nudist flocking from all over the world. Today Ruskamen is home to the biggest holiday resort on Omis riviera.
Lokva Rogoznica: Ancient village that embraced modern tourism
Lokva Rogoznica is (besides Omis) the oldest settlement on Omis riviera. It developed far from the sea, below mountain tops that offered protection during dangerous history. With arrival of modern times, the settlement spread itself to the sea shore to welcome visitors from all over the world.
Medici: Apartments in the heart of Omis Riviera
Medici is small and peaceful settlement situated in the heart of Omis Riviera, popular for famous restaurants and beautiful pebble beaches. Apartments in Medici are among the best on whole Omis Riviera, located by the sea under the shades of pine trees, most of them below the main road.
Mimice: Ancient fishermen's village
Ancient village and fishermen 's port, Mimice was once famous for its vineyards, and now is the pearl of Omis Riviera, with long tourism tradition. This small settlement offers everything you need. Great accommodation facilities, beautiful beaches, well protected port, restaurants and cafe bars.
Marusici: Astonishing unspoiled nature
Definitely the most beautiful place of Omis Riviera, an ancient village that has become modern tourist settlement. Olive plantation and vineyards, astonishing beaches and bays, traditional architecture and the vicinity of Makarska riviera are the main reasons to visit Marusici.
Pisak: the pearl of the riviera of Omis
Pisak, the largest settlement on Omis Riviera offers you large number of private apartments to rent. Surrounded by beautiful nature, olive and pine trees, with several very good restaurants in the old port and numerous pebble beaches, Pisak is the right place for romantic and peaceful vacation.
Sumpetar: Port on the coast of the ancient republic of Poljica
Sumpetar is a small settlement located between Split and Omis, in the ancient municipality of Poljica. It developetdonly only recently, when population from ancient villages of Jesenice, Zeljovici and Krug (located below coastal mountains) began to work in shipping, trade and tourism.