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The Riviera

South of the town itself, along almost 20 km of the coast, the Riviera of Omiš stretches with its numerous small villages and fishermen’s ports,  situated only meters away from the sea. Although geographically not far apart, each of the villages has its own story to tell, and each offers its visitors something new and unique – from small fishermen’s ports with numerous cosy restaurants to secluded coastal villages where, even in peak season, you can find a peaceful cove just for yourself. Along the Riviera you’ll find dozens of grocery stores, restaurants, hotels and hundreds of private vacation rentals where you can put your feet up and relax on your sea-view balcony, which almost every house on the Riviera of Omiš boasts.

Marušići

Marušići

Although relatively small, Marušići is a village of numerous beaches and hidden coves – from those interesting pebble and gravel beaches ideal for families with children, to secluded ones, perfect for couples who want to enjoy the intimacy provided by the lush Mediterranean vegetation. Some of the coves are, however, not easy to access on foot so Marušići is one of the riviera’s villages best to be explored from the sea - by boat.

Pisak

Pisak

The farthest point of the Riviera of Omiš is Pisak – a true oasis of peace and, according to many, one of the most beautiful places of the riviera. The inhabitants of Pisak are known as fishermen and the area is also famous for the production of premium quality wine and olive oil. Although relatively small, the village of Pisak offers its visitors both sandy and pebble beaches and it is widely known for the nearby famous cove of Vruja – one of the best locations for diving and spearfishing on the Adriatic.