The town of Omis is located in the centre of Dalmatia, and it is easily reachable from all over the world, mainly thanks to the vicinity of the town of Split, the main transportation centre in Dalmatia. Split has an international airport (SPU), third largest ferry port in Mediterranean through which is connected with Italy well and newly built, modern highway that connects it to European highway network. Enter the town of your origin below to get quick directions on how to get to Omis and approximate duration of the journey.
The town of Omis is located just 25 kilometres south from the town of Split. In year 2004. new, modern highway has been built from Split to Zagreb that connected Dalmatia with the rest of the Europe. Omis is connected to the highway with 3 main directions:
through the town of Split to Dugopolje entrance to highway
through the hinterland of Omis to Bisko entrance to highway
through Dubci near Pisak, a junction on the road to Makarska, to Sestanovac entrance to highway
We recommend the road through Dugopolje to Split if you are going to places on the western side of the Omis riviera like Podstrana, Krilo Jesenice, Sumpetar, Duce. However, if you are going to the town of Omis or further east, you should avoid this road, and specially in high season and Saturdays. In summer season the road through the town of Omis is very crowded, and you should avoid it and use two other roads to get to highway. The road through the hinterland of Omis to Bisko should be used if you are going to villages in the hinterland, and it is good alternative to the above road through Split. If you are going to the places on the eastern part of Omis riviera like Pisak, Marusici, Mimice, Medici, Stanici, Nemira, then you should exit the highway in Sestanovac, and turn right on the junction of Dubci. In any case, you should avoid driving through the town of Omis as much as possible, in high tourist season (months of July and August).
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Omis is located on Adriatic highway (state road D8), a two-lane seaside road that runs along the Adriatic coast. This road is the heartbeat of most tourist centres on the Adriatic coast, and all of them are interconnected by regular bus lines. Through this road the town of Omis is connected with almost any other town of the Adriatic coast, and through big bus terminals like Split, Makarska, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Zagreb it is connected to the rest of the world. There are two main bus stations in the town of Omis, one is located on the western bank of the river Cetina, 200 metres before the bridge and second is located on the eastern side of the river, in the town port. Each place on Omis riviera has small bus station on the main road. It is important to note that not all buses stop on every small bus station - when approaching your destination, it is good to let the driver know that you wish to exit on the next station, or inform him on the start of your ride.
There are regular international coach services connecting Split with all neighbouring countries, as well as Switzerland, France, Germany and Slovakia, Czech Republic, etc. Bus service between major cities (inter city lines) is quite frequent, as well as regional services. For more information please call or visit web pages of each bus terminal that are listed below.
Local bus lines from Split to Omis and from Makarska to Omis are very frequent. You can find detailed information about local buses on the following link: Local buses in Omis
Through Dalmatian airports, the town of Omis is connected with the entire world, especially during tourist season (from May to October). During the rest of the year, the number of flights is significantly smaller, but through Zagreb international airport, Split is still well connected to the rest of the world. There are several flights from Split to Zagreb every day, during the entire year.
Split international airport (SPU)
Split International Airport is second largest Croatian airport - it is located 42 kilometres north-west from the town of Omis, and can easily be reached either by car, bus or taxi. If you are travelling by bus, there organised bus transfer of passengers and shuttle service from the Airport to the bus terminal in Split. From Split bus terminal you can use any of the local bus lines to get to Omis or any other place on Omis riviera. For more information please visit the pages of Split International Airport.
Zadar international airport (ZAD)
Zadar international airport is located 7 kilometres east from Zadar and 182 kilometres northwest from the town of Omis. From Omis, it can be easily reached either by bus or by car. By car if you want to get there as soon as possible we recommend that you use the highway A1 (you can easily reach Zadar airport from Omis in 2 hours). If you are not in a rush, than we recommend that you use the coastal road D8. It will take double the time to get to Zadar, but you will enjoy beautiful views of the Dalmatian coast. If you are travelling by bus, then the best option is to take local bus to Split bus terminal and then bus to Zadar bus terminal. From there, there are regular buses to Zadar airport. For more information please visit the pages of Zadar International Airport.
Dubrovnik international airport (DBV)
Dubrovnik international airport is 3rd largest airport in Croatia. It is a civilian airport, but during the Serbian and Montenegrin barbaric aggression in early 1990's it was completely destroyed and it took more than 10 years to rebuild it. Only recently, in year 2012. Dubrovnik airport reached the pre-war volume of passengers. Thanks to world renowned reputation of the town of Dubrovnik, the airport is excellently connected and not only during tourist season. The distance from Omis to Dubrovnik airport is 217 kilometres, if you use the highway A1 from Omis to Ploce, which we recommend if you want to travel as fast as possible. if you would like to enjoy some sightseeing on your trip, then we recommend using state road D8 through Makarska riviera. If you are travelling by bus, you should go through the bus terminal in Dubrovnik, where there is shuttle service to the airport. For more information please visit web site of Dubrovnik International Airport.
Zagreb international airport (ZAG)
Zagreb airport is the largest airport in Croatia. It is located 450 kilometres from Omis, and connected to it by highway A1 and also connected with Split airport with several flights each day, during entire year. From the airport there is shuttle service to Zagreb bus terminal, from where there are many buses to Split or Omis every day. For more information please visit web pages of Zagreb International Airport.
Split ferry port is located 25 kilometres from the town of Omis. Split is home to the biggest ferry port in Croatia, and third largest passenger port on the entire Mediterranean sea. From Split, you can reach almost all central and south Dalmatian islands (Brac, Hvar, Vis, Solta, Ciovo, Drvenik, Korcula, Lastovo). The ferry port Split is connected with Ancona in Italy. Alternatives from Italy is through the ferry port of Dubrovnik, which is connected to Bari, or through ferry ports in Vela Luka and Hvar which are connected to Pescara. For more information please visit web pages of Croatian ferry company Jadrolinija.
Small local excursion boats connect Omis with Bol, Pucisca and Postira on the island of Brac, and with islands Solta, Hvar and Drvenik. These excursion boats can be used to get to Omis from these islands.