Rafting on the river Cetina lasts for about 3,4 hours on the 10 km long route which ends in a restaurant called Radmanove Mlinice. All you need is swimsuit, a pair of shoes suitable for water. You can bring your camera with you too. It is placed in a small waterproof barrel inside the boat. Everything else, equipment (paddle, helmet, buoyancy aid)...more
The River Cetina runs into the sea at Omiš and, if you follow the east bank inland, you soon reach the start of the gorge, (within sight of the town). The lower reaches of the river are attractive enough but the scenery becomes more spectacular as you move onwards. You can travel more than 20km on the road through the gorge, finally climbing out of...more
The old town of Stanici includes those narrow alleys and old buildings that are great. It is only very small though and gets packed in the summer. There are only two of the passageways that have any shops or restaurants and the rest is still a residential place. We found one great place to eat in the one square we found, sorry cannot remember the...more
This is a spectacular steep gorge that runs behind Omis. You can take a boat trip about 5km up the river which stops at a restaurant, take a car or take a raft back down the gorge. In the car, you can go further back but on the boat you see more. The road took us away from all of the crowds on the coast.more
South of Omis there are a number of small villages that have been clustered into a 20km stretch calling itself the Omis Riviera. Each of these villages have expanded in recent years with many apartments to choose from. Each village has a steep climb down to the beach. The beaches tend to be deep water and pebble/rocks. We had great fun here. The...more
The towns of the self styled 'Omis Riviera' covers a number of small villages along the coast south of Omis. Each of these has a beach or two and each beach we saw were similar, pebbly/rocky with a climb down and up form the main road. None of the beaches were in particular better than others so we ended up at the one that was most convenient to...more
There is no getting away from it, the beach and the sea is the reason that most people travel to this. Omis has two beaches. The main one and closest to the town centre is the more popular and shingle, the less popular one, a short walk away is sand, yes sand in Croatia. This is a great beach for youngsters as it is easy on the feet and shallow,...more
Velika plaža(The big beach) is sitauted in the very center of Omis, it is easily reachable in just few minutes walk from the center . This 700 meters long sandy beach is ideal for families with small children and young people. It offers lot of activities such as volleyball, football, windsurfing.Other beaches are Brzet,Slavinj,Nemira,Mimice...more
At the peak of their power, Omiš Pirates were one of the most powerful and fearsome pirates on the whole Mediterranean Sea. In the 12. and 13. century Omiš was governed by the dukes Kačićs, the leaders of the pirates of Omiš. The Omiš dukes where so mighty that the towns of Dubrovnik and Kotor were forced to make treaties with them on...more
The frontier of medival Omiš together with the region Poljica was the river Cetina.Above its canyon on the lower Cetina frontier Fortresses Kunjak and Visuć were built to defend the district of Omiš .The fortress Starigrad (old town) was first mentioned in the 1423.The fortress is situated at the top of the mountain Omiška Dinara over...more
Mirabella is Romanesque fortress, built in 13th century above the town. Mirabela or Peovica was a reliable hideout for the Omis pirates who used to retreat into the safety of the Cetina gorge. There is an interesting story about Mirabella. In 1537, during an attack by the Turks, the defenders of Omis confused the attackers with their shouting and...more
Mosorska Cesta 13, Omis, 21310, Croatia
Good for: Couples
The name of the restaurant Radmanove Mlinice means Radman Mills. The name stems from the fact that the restaurant is located in a old mill. There is a small exhibition of the tools used in the mills inside.
It's on the bank if the river Cetina. The place is really beautiful and you can rent a canoe to paddle on the river, swim, hike, rent a bike etc. There are also basketball and football fields for the kids.
Food is ok, though not really one of my favorites in Dalmatia. Still I'd say that the place is worth a visit..
Favorite Dish: I ate grilled eels with potatoes and they were ok.
If you'd like to make a trip to Split (or other places between Omis and Split, like Podstrana, Stobrec, Duce, Dugi Rat...) you can take bus no. 60 which drives to Split.The price of the ticket, one way is abt. 20-25 kn. You can buy in in the bus. There are buses going every half and hour, starting from 3:45, until 23:30.I have put a link of bus...more
There are regular international coach services connecting Split with all neighboring countries, as well as Switzerland, France, Germany and Slovakia. Bus service between major cities (intercity lines) is quite frequent, as well as regional services.So you easy find connection to Omiš from the Split central bus station.more
In an evening at Omis the tourist man, woman and child all head down to the main street market which is awash with tourist tat, ice creams and a couple of over priced fruit/veg stalls. It really is a place to avoid if you can. The road is always busy with vehicles and there is no avoiding it, the only road through Omis.
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