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The Cetina Canyon

The Cetina Canyon

The greatest opportunities for an active holiday are provided precisely by the unspoiled nature of the Cetina canyon, which has enjoyed the status of protected significant landscape ever since 1963.

Along its more than a 100 kilometers long course, the Cetina river has something to offer to all. If you’re an adrenaline junkie, you won’t skip Zipline, canyoning, kayaking or rafting – but if, on the other hand, adrenaline isn’t your thing, there’s no reason to worry – long walks by the river, sightseeing river boat tours or pure, spontaneous enjoyment of the scenery will definitely be a reward in themselves.


As reminders of the turbulent history of the region, numerous medieval forts can still be found along the entire course of the Cetina. Some of them are well hidden and partly destroyed, whereas others still proudly stand high above the Cetina, serving as vantage points over the amazing canyon. The most famous among them is the fort of Viseć, located not far from the popular excursion and picnic place of Radmanove mlinice (Radman Mills) – another well hidden jewel amidst the unspoiled nature of the Cetina canyon.


The power of the Cetina river had been used to spin the wooden water wheel  of the local mills ever since the  16th century, and in the 19th century  the complex of the mills was taken over by the Radman family, who gradually started using it as a summer villa.  
The old mill in Radmanovemlinice still stands, but only as an attraction for numerous tourists  visiting   this beautiful excursion place, which is today one of the most popular of its kind in this part of Dalmatia. It is interesting to note that, due to the one of a kind scenery and unspoiled nature, Radmanove Mlinice were chosen as one of the locations for the filming of the famous Winnetou movie in the period from 1962 to 1969.