Omiš is a little town in the heart of Dalmatia, placed on the mouth of river Cetina. The biggest city in Dalmatia is Split, located 21 kilometres to the northwest. The two cities have a very good transport link (with a bus line going every 20 minutes). The history of Omiš is long and very interesting. On such a small locality, you can visit a variety of cultural and historical sites (churches that date from X. to XVIII. century, plenty of monuments, forts, museums etc.)
Today, Omiš and its surroundings are focused on development of tourism and thanks to the nature around it, it has a significant place in Croatian tourism. In this area that spans 30 kilometres along the coast of the entire Omiš Riviera (Jesenice, Dugi Rat, Duće, Grad Omiš, Stanići, Čelina Zavode, Lokva Rogoznica, Mimice, Medići, Marušići, Pisak) you can find every existing type of beach.
Anyone that wants to escape from the city crowds will find peace and serenity in the nature of these small fishing villages along the coastline of this area. And those who want active holidays are in the right place (rafting on the river Cetina, free climbing, paragliding, scuba diving, sailing, beach volleyball, tennis etc.). Briefly, you can enjoy all land, water or air sports.