If you find yourself in any kind of trouble or in need of any kind of assistance or information during your stay in Omiš, here is a list of numbers that may come in handy:
+385 112 – emergency service
+385 192 – police
+385 194 – ambulance
+385 193 – fire and rescue service
+385 1987 – road assistance
+385 195 – search and rescue at sea
+385 18166 – weather forecast
+385 18981 – general information
+385 11888 – national telephone directory
+385 11802 – international telephone directory
+385 98 19 44 906; +385 92 336 1084 – taxi
+385 060 327-777 – bus schedule (https://www.ak-split.hr/en/)
+385 060 321 321 – ferry schedule (https://www.jadrolinija.hr/en/ferry-croatia)
+385 (0)1 3782-583 – train schedule (http://www.hzpp.hr/en)
Also, any kind of information or assistance is always available at the Tourist Office in Omiš, at the address Fošal 1a, and you can reach us during working hours at +385 21 861 350 or at any time per e-mail: email@example.com.
How to reach us?
Omiš is situated some 25 kilometres south-east of the biggest city in Dalmatia, the city of Split. The town is quite well connected with other parts of the country in terms of traffic and, depending on your preferred mode of transportation, there are several ways to reach us.
Whatever direction you may be travelling from, you’ll probably spend at least a part of your journey on the A-1 motorway, from which you can choose any of the 3 exits that will take you to the centre of Omiš in no more than half an hour.
If arriving from the direction of Zagreb, you will exit the A-1 motorway at Dugopolje and head in the direction of Split where you will connect to the D-8 state road. And – that’s it! In about a half an hour of easy driving you’ll find yourself in the centre of Omiš. Alternatively, you can exit the A1 motorway at Blato na Cetina and take the D-70 state road through the villages of the Omiš hinterland – and you’ll be at your destination in no more than half an hour (not recommended for campers and other bigger vehicles).
If traveling from the direction of Dubrovnik, the key word is once again D-8, the road virtually passing through the very centre of Omiš. The drive from Dubrovnik to Omiš will take you some three hours, while from Makarska, which is only 25 kilometres away, you should arrive to Omiš in some 25-30 minutes.
Alternatively, if you are traveling from the south along the A1 motorway, take the Šestanovac exit and follow the D-39 state road to the sea, at which point you will continue your journey to Omiš along the D-8.
Being situated only 25 kilometres away from the second biggest city and transit centre in Croatia, Omiš is quite accessible by bus. You can buy a direct bus ticket to Omiš from most other towns in Croatia, and the town is connected with Split by several regular local bus lines. Buses of several transport companies depart regularly from the central bus station in Split in the direction of Omiš (for the bus schedule please ask at the central station’s info desk or check the web site https://www.ak-split.hr/en/), while two regular bus lines (line No. 60 of the transport company Promet and buses of the transport company Dalmatinac) run from the centre of Split in the direction of Omiš at 30-minute intervals.
The closest airport (Resnik) is situated in Kaštela, 41 kilometres from Omiš. Take the shuttle bus from the airport to the central bus station in Split, from which there are regular departures to Omiš every half an hour or so.