Omiš is an old city located on the Adriatic Coast in Dalmatia, Croatia.
By plane [ edit ]
Take a flight to the
Split Airport and then use a Bus service to get to Omiš.
You can use services from frequent buses that come in and go from
Split, Makarska, Sibenik, Dubrovnik, Rijeka, Mostar.
Local bus line 60 departs from Sukošanska bus terminal in Split every 30 minutes. A one-way ticket to Omiš costs 20 kuna (available in bus), while a round-trip ticket costs 31 kuna and can be bought only at kiosks.
By taxi [ edit ]
Taxi from Split Airport and Split www.taxi-transfers-split.com and www.transfers-splitairport.com
There is taxi-van service that can be used from Split and Makarska.
By boat [ edit ]
There is a ferry service from Ancona, Italy. Take a ferry to the
Port of Split and than use the bus to get to Omiš.
There are local boats that run several times a day from Islands of
Brac, Hvar, Korčula and Vis. Take them to Split and then use the bus or taxi service to get to Omiš.
Get around [ edit ]
You can get around the city by car, local taxi and bus service, or tourist trolley. You can also rent a bike or moped from tourist agencies. However most people find it sufficiently comfortable to get around on foot, because Omiš is relatively small city.
Visit the historic Churches of Omiš
Fortresses Mirabella and Fortica
Beautiful city beach (Velika Plaza)
The city museum and harbour
Participate in summertime activities the Fishing Nights, Crazy Dives and Pirates Nights
Take a trip up to the canyon of Cetina
Go rafting on the beautiful river Cetina
Take a ferry trips to the islands of Brac and Hvar
Go and visit the city of Makarska, Split, Solin and Trogir and enjoy the beauty of old architecture
Visit surrounding places (Nemira, Stanici, Lokva, Duce, Dugi Rat)
Go to the basketball, soccer, and water polo games
Do canyoning in Zadvarje (30 km from Omis)
Traditional folklore clothes
Omiš post cards
Handmade sculptures with city symbols
Traditional Croatian schnaps
Try Dalmatinski Prsut-Dalmatian smoked ham (ham smoked and dry on specific way)
Fritule and Krostule (home made cookies)
Jela ispod peke (meals prepared in the traditional way at the local restaurants)
Local sea-food specialties
Restaurant"Puljiz" old town: fresh fish,lobsters,steaks,not expencive,long tradition,terace,always fresh food.
Rakija: hard alcohol made either from grapes or plums
Restaurant"Puljiz" old town: fresh fish,lobsters,steaks
There are apartments for rent located all over the city that are relatively inexpensive.
Get out [ edit ]