Discover a bit of a hidden gem of Croatia. Omiš is a town surrounded with beautiful nature and yet it is still pretty undiscovered. This tour will give you a chance to walk through the streets of Omiš, possibly climb to the top of Mirabela fortress for a view of the city, and take a ride along the Cetina river.This tour also gives you an option for a unique experience! Visit a family-owned farm and discover how a traditional Croatian dish from this region is made - Poljički soparnik. Soparnik used to be a dry and plain dish that was prepared at times of fasting and few days before All Saints day. It is a savoury pie with a filling of Swiss chard, or blitva as it is known in Croatia. Preparation of Poljički soparnik has been listed among the Cultural Goods of Croatia.Soparnik is paid on the spot and it is additional 80€.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Omis and Cetina River, Omis, Split-Dalmatia County, DalmatiaOmiš is a small Central Dalmatian town and harbor located at the place where Cetina river enters the Adriatic Sea and surrounded by massive gorges.In the past, Omiš was notorious because of the pirates of Omiš whose ships were a centuries-long symbol of retaliation, courage and strength. The evidence of proud and turbulent Omiš history can be found on every corner of the Omiš Riviera. The ancient town of Omiš, its churches and fortresses are silent stone reminders of the power and the might of infamous Omiš pirates.Spend a couple of hours exploring the beauty of Omiš town and enjoy a ride along Cetina river.*optional: visit a family farm and learn about a traditional Croatian dish from this region - soparnikDuration: 3 hours