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Omiš (pronounced [ɔ̌miːʃ], Italian: Almissa) is a town and port in the Dalmatia region of Croatia, and is a municipality in the Split-Dalmatia County.  Its location is where the emerald-green Cetina River[1] meets the Adriatic Sea (Croatian: Jadransko More). The Omiš Riviera stretches for twenty kilometers (12 miles) along a coast of exceptional beauty, with many perfect pebble, sandy beaches, bays, steep cliffs and a crystal clear sea.   #croatia #omiš #cetina

Omiš (pronounced [ɔ̌miːʃ], Italian: Almissa) is a town and port in the Dalmatia region of Croatia, and is a municipality in the Split-Dalmatia County. Its location is where the emerald-green Cetina River[1] meets the Adriatic Sea (Croatian: Jadransko More). The Omiš Riviera stretches for twenty kilometers (12 miles) along a coast of exceptional beauty, with many perfect pebble, sandy beaches, bays, steep cliffs and a crystal clear sea. #croatia #omiš #cetina

For those in search of history and culture, city destinations such as Zagreb, Dubrovnik (pictured), Split and Zadar offer Roman, Byzantine, Venetian and Austro-Hungarian monuments.

For those in search of history and culture, city destinations such as Zagreb, Dubrovnik (pictured), Split and Zadar offer Roman, Byzantine, Venetian and Austro-Hungarian monuments.

We have lots of ideas to inspire you to travel to Croatia – well, at least we think so. Our Croatia travel blog lists things to eat while you’re wandering the cobblestone streets, it has accommodation suggestions while you and your family are here soaking up the sun beside the azure Adriatic Sea and we’ve even shared stories about Croatian Culture.

We have lots of ideas to inspire you to travel to Croatia – well, at least we think so. Our Croatia travel blog lists things to eat while you’re wandering the cobblestone streets, it has accommodation suggestions while you and your family are here soaking up the sun beside the azure Adriatic Sea and we’ve even shared stories about Croatian Culture.

Nadje restaurant in Lovran Croatia

Nadje restaurant in Lovran Croatia

Marina in Trogir, Croatia - Photo © Bulent Atalay - Trogir is a medieval town in the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. Not until the 1970s, however, would the quality of life begin to improve significantly, when the shipbuilding industry began to flourish, offering employment to over 50% of the inhabitants of Trojir. It was this industry, coupled with an accelerated growth of tourism that brought prosperity to the citizens. UNESCO acknowledged Trogir as a World Heritage Site in 1997. #Travel…

Marina in Trogir, Croatia - Photo © Bulent Atalay - Trogir is a medieval town in the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. Not until the 1970s, however, would the quality of life begin to improve significantly, when the shipbuilding industry began to flourish, offering employment to over 50% of the inhabitants of Trojir. It was this industry, coupled with an accelerated growth of tourism that brought prosperity to the citizens. UNESCO acknowledged Trogir as a World Heritage Site in 1997. #Travel…

view from Mt Ilija, Peljesac, Croatia

view from Mt Ilija, Peljesac, Croatia

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