This charming town is situated at the heart of the Dalmatian Coastline, between the resorts of Split and Makarska. Due to it's fantastic location, Omis is the perfect base to explore Dalmatia, with it's beautiful beaches, crystal clear seas and lush vegetation. Get a real taste of the Mediterranean and try out some traditional Croatian cuisine at one of the many restaurants or cafes, serving delicious, fresh seafood, olive oil and homegrown vegetables. With stunning scenery, heaps of history, sporting activities and great food, there is something to suit everyone in Omis!
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Dalmatian food is fresh and wholesome and the selection of fresh seafood is always vast and delicious. There are some great pizzerias in this area, taking some Italian influence. Nearby Split is reknowned for it's distinctive olives and juicy peaches. For true local dishes, a Dalmatian restaurant called a 'Konoba' must be visited!
Enjoy a lovely meal or a fruity cocktail at one of the local bars or restaurants. For a livelier nightlife and additional entertainment, head to the nearby city of Split.
The closest vineyards to Omis are in Primosten. Primosten is famous for it's vast vineyards, which are becoming a UNESCO protected World Heritage site. The wine is called 'Babic' and there are many organised excursions that can be taken to visit the vineyards. Be sure to try some at supper when in Dalmatia!
Being by the sea, there are many day trips that can be taken to the islands of Brac and Hvar.
Visit the cities of Dubrovnik, Split and Trogir, all very cosmopolitan and cultural cities to explore with heaps of character and historical monuments. There are frequent buses that run between Split and Podstrana.
The Kornati National Park is made up of 12% of all of Croatia's islands (around 1200 of them!). Sailors are particularly attracted to them, sailing out to a peaceful and private hideaway. There are many boat excursions that can be taken along the Dalmatian coast which will explore these islands.
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