Mirabela Fortress


Also known as Peovica, this little tower was built in the 13th century on 9th-century Byzantine foundations. It's reached by a steep set of steps, and while there's not a lot inside, it's worth trudging up the internal staircase and taking the final ladder to the top for the views over the town.

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Nearby Omiš attractions

1. St Michael's Church

0.06 MILES

Abutting a sunny square at the centre of the old town, Omiš' early-17th-century parish church has an ornate entrance carved from Brač stone, including…

2. Island of Brač Museum


Brač Museum is housed in the Kaštil Radojković, a fortification built during the Venetian-Turkish wars that incorporates part of an ancient Illyrian wall…

3. Vrilo

7.95 MILES

This beach is close to the ferry wharf, immediately east of the town centre.

4. Church of the Annunciation

8.16 MILES

Built in the 18th century, this elegant triple-naved baroque church and its 35m-high bell tower dominate the historic harbour at the heart of Supetar…

5. Vlačica

8.27 MILES

The closest beach to the west of the old town.

6. Supetar Cemetery

8.34 MILES

An unexpected highlight of Supetar is its fascinating cemetery, full of striking sculptural monuments. Grandest of all is the over-the-top Petrinović…

7. Banj

8.41 MILES

Supetar's main beach is a large eastward-facing curve lined with pine trees and beach bars.

8. Tri Mosta

8.58 MILES

The 'Three Bridges' beach is just past the cemetery. There's a good restaurant at the eastern end, and you can rent boats and jet skis nearby.