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Going from Zagreb driving down a highway Zagreb - Sestanovac. From Sestanovac drive local road 12 km to Pisak. If you are traveling from Rijeka the Adriatic highway to Split and then continue another 28 km to the south Croatian to Omis.
Drive from Dubrovnik to Makarska, and after 18 km you will be in Pisak.

Info:  Hrvatski Autoklub


Seaport located in Split. You can arrive by boat from Italy.
For more information, see the Jadrolinija.

Info:  Jadrolinija


Split International Airport is located 50 kilometers north-west from Omis with organized bus transfer of passengers from the Airport to the city of Split. To reach Omis from Split you can use any of the local bus lines. 

Pisak is located 16 kilometers south of Omis, in the direction of Makarska and Dubrovnik. After you reach Omis, you should reach Pisak easily. Just drive straight for 16 kilometers. "Promet Makarska" and "Autopoduzeæe Imotski" buses drive to Marusici from Split and Omis.



Omis Excursions

Omis is an ideal place from wich to explore the central Dalmatia. The trips range from the ancient heart of Dalmatia, Split, with its ancient and medieval town core built around the Place of Roman Emperor Diocletian, through Makarska to word famed Dubrovnik to the islands of Brac and Hvar, the Adriatic princes, centres of Croatian literacy and culture.

An extraordinary blend of Mediterranean and Oriental culture can be felt in Mostar. The heritage typical of the Dalmatian hinterland can be explored in Imotski, situated above two lakes.

Omis Culture and Event

Omis is best-known for the traditional Festival of the Dalmatian klapas. There is no doubt that Festival dalmatinskih klapa is the highlight of Omis's summer, the expression of the city's vitality... in short, its beauty.

Also, Omis Summer Festival during which various concerts and recitals are performed at the squares and in churches (Omis has eight churches).

Omis Cultural Summer has been enriched with concerts and recitals in churches and in the Closter of Franciscans Monastery, as well as performances on the squares, exhibitions and literary and music happenings.