Omis at the mouth of the Cetina River, 25 km south of Split. Midle Dalmatia, Croatia
Omis is situated at the mouth of the Cetina River, 25 km south of Split. Due to its geographical position it is unique on the Croatian coast and the Mediterranean. .
Throughout history townspeople were famous pirates with light and fast boats (Sagitta) and have long considered invincible due to its defensive position of the city. Today fortress Mirabela and Fortica testify about rich history of Omis pirates and attract many tourists in tourist season. In the area of Omis there are other numerous cultural attractions from the era of Gothic and Renaissance, especially churches, a Franciscan monastery with a museum and Illyrian seminary