Omiska Dinara, Croatia

Omiska-Dinara Omiska Dinara, a seaside chain of the Dinaric mountain range or Dinarides rises above the city of Omis.

This smallest Central Dalmatian mountain (about 15 km long and 1 km wide) stretches from Omis to Dubci.

It is the natural continuation of Poljicka Planina separated by the the Cetina River in the distant geological past.

While north and northwest section of the mountain is steep-sided and limited by Cetina river canyon, south and southwest section gradually links with Biokovo and sinks into the Adriatic sea at Vruja.


The high cliffs of the Cetina canyon are popular climbing sites offering more than 50 routes for free-climbers.


The highest peak Kula or Imber (864 m above sea level) situated on mt. Rogoznica above the old village of Stanici offers majestic view of the islands, and the mountains Mosor, Biokovo and the canyon of Cetina.


This part of Adriatic coast is equally interesting for its mountains as well as for its beautiful pebble beaches.

Since at the foot of Omiska Dinara follow one after other all the places of Omis Riviera : Brzet, Ravnice, Borak, Nemira, Stanici, Celina Zavode, Ruskamen, Lokva Rogoznica, Medici, Mimice, Marusici, Pisak and Vruja it is possible to make the most of mountains and sea pleasures both at the same time.


Tourist office Omis
Trg kneza Miroslava b.b.
21310 Omis

00 385 (0) 21/ 861-350

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