Omiš Travel Guide
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Emergency telephone number
+385 112 – General emergency
+385 192 – Police
+385 194 – Ambulance
+385 193 – Fire brigade
City Pop. – 14,9k
Metro Pop. –
Area – 266km²
Time zone – UTC+1
Currency – Kuna
Featured post of Omiš Travel Guide
Since we couldn’t get on the first fortress, the only chance left us to climb to the top of the hill above the city itself. While from the first fortress called Mirabella you have a view at Omiš, from the Fortress Starigrad (Fortica) you have a view of the island of Brač, Hvar, and Šolta, Middle Poljica and the mouth of the river Cetina. However, what surprised us is an extremely demanding journey to the top. It seemed to us a bit like hiking. For more information, click on the Omiš Travel Guide article below.
Top Things to See and Do in Omiš
- Starigrad Fortress
- Omis Cetina Canyon
- Fortress Mirabella (Peovica)
- St. Michael’s Square
- The Parish church of St. Michael
Where to eat & drink
Traveling around Omiš
Omiš is a tourist destination located 25 kilometers south of Split. The city of Omiš has a very good transport connection with Split and the best way of transportation is to travel by bus company Promet number 60.
Promet Split – more information here
Omiš has a Mediterranean climate and over 2600 hours of sunshine annually. During winter, the temperature is rarely below 0 degrees. Sometimes I can wear short sleeves throughout the day in December because the temperature can go up to 20 degrees.
The coldest months are January and February. Swimming is possible from the first of May until the end of October (this is approximate because each year is different). During June and July, the sea temperature can sometimes reach a high of 27 degrees. Sometimes it can happen that the sea temperature is higher than the air temperature.
- The hottest month is July, with an average high of 30.0°C (86.0°F)
- The coldest month is January, with an average high of 10.4°C (50.7°F)
Day Trips from Omiš
Omiš is a town and port in the Dalmatia region of Croatia. A large number of quality attractions are located in the area. Because of this, if you’re coming to this city I’m sure you’ll want to take some one day trip. In the list below of Omiš Travel Guide, find the most popular one-day trips.
- SPLIT – the second-largest city of Croatia
- DUBROVNIK – It’s known for its distinctive Old Town
- MAKARSKA – It’s known for its Makarska Riviera beaches, seafront promenade, and nightlife
- BIOKOVO NATURE PARK – the most dominating presence on the southern Dalmatian coast
- MOSTAR – It’s known for the iconic Stari Most (Old Bridge)
- TROGIR – probably one of the best places to visit from Split
- KRKA NATIONAL PARK – it’s known for a series of 7 waterfalls
- SALONA (SOLIN) – an ancient city and the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia
- ISLAND HVAR – one of the most well-known and visited of the islands
- ISLAND BRAČ – best known for the beautiful Bol beach
- ISLAND VIS – surrounded by untouched natural beauty
- ISLAND ŠOLTA – located directly opposite the harbor from Split
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