Villas in Omis for rent

Villas in Omis for rent

Visit our villas in Omis and enjoy an active or family holiday

Embark on a journey to discover our upscale villas in Omis, securing the ideal luxury holiday home with a pool for you, your family, or friends. Dive into the charm of Omis Riviera, where pebble beaches, historical and cultural attractions, and opportunities for an active vacation await. Uncover the perfect mix of adventure and comfort in Omis!

Featured villas in Omis

Luxury Villa Adria Jewel with Pool

Mimice (Omiš), Croatia
16 guests
8 bedrooms
€1,200
per night

Beachfront Villa Marelia with Pool

Omiš (Omiš), Croatia
10 guests
5 bedrooms
€542
per night

Omis Luxury Travel Guide

Welcome to Omiš, Croatia, a hidden gem where the mighty river Cetina and the rugged mountains meet the sandy beaches and the Adriatic Sea. Offering a unique blend of mesmerizing sandy beaches, outdoor activities, and rich cultural and historical heritage, Omiš is an ideal destination for all types of travelers.

Omis Aerial View

Omis Aerial View

Why choose Omis for your vacation?

Choosing Omiš as your vacation destination you sign up for a relaxed and sun-filled day on one of the beautiful sandy beaches in Omiš and the surrounding area. You could go zip lining across the Cetina River or embark on a rafting boat and head downstream over the river rapids. Surrounding mountains allow you to enjoy climbing adventures on almost 90° degrees rocks or hike your way up to the top and be rewarded with spectacular views. After an adventurous day enjoy the serenity of this coastal town and watch the spectacular sunset from one of many beach bars.

Beaches in Omis

Omiš is renowned for its pristine sandy and soft pebbled beaches. Whether you prefer sunbathing, swimming, or engaging in water sports, the beaches of Omiš offer a tranquil retreat. Those seeking adrenaline-fused time on the beach can choose windsurfing or parasailing, while those seeking relaxation can simply unwind on the sandy shores.

Sandy beach near Omis

Sandy beach near Omis

Velika Beach

Located just a few minutes walk from the old town and with spacious parking, Velika Beach is the largest and most popular sandy beach in Omiš. It is very suitable for children because of the shallow waters that extend up to 100 meters from the shore, On Velika Beach you can rent sunbeds and umbrellas or partake in various fun activities such as jet-skiing, renting boats or kayaks, sea trampolines, and beach volleyball. If you want to hide from the sun, look for refreshments in a restaurant, cafe, or pastry shop located on the beach.

Brzet

Brzet is a very popular beach on the Omiš Riviera. Getting to the beach will not take you more than 15 minutes on foot from the old town. Beautiful pebbles, easy accessibility, a clear sea, and plenty of natural shade are the right choices for families with children. Deckchairs and umbrellas can be rented on the beach, and it is equipped with showers and changing cabins. Paddle boats and jet skis are also available for renting on the beach.

Nemira Beach

In the small village of Nemira, only 3 km from Omiš, there are two pebble beaches. Bordered by a dense pine forest that provides plenty of shade and is located under the highway, far from the hustle and bustle of traffic, Nemir's beaches are ideal for families with small children. Even though they are away from the noise of the city, they are not deprived of basic facilities such as cafes, shops, and restaurants.

Duće Beach

A series of 6 km of sandy beaches make Duce one of the most popular places for swimming, especially for families with small children. The specialty of Duće Beach is that the cafes and restaurants are located right next to the coast, so during breaks from swimming you can treat yourself to Dalmatian specialties or simply sip a refreshing drink. Beach chairs, paddle boats, and jet skis are also available for rent on this long stretch of sandy beaches.

Ruskamen Beach

Pebble beaches in the shade of pine trees where you can rent a boat or a windsurfing board are key features of beaches in this picturesque village near Omiš.

Ruskamen is also known for having one of the oldest nudist beaches on the Adriatic.

Sightseeing in Omiš

Explore the rich cultural and historical treasures of Omiš.

Fortress Mirabella

The Mirabella fortress, also known as Peovica, is located above the Old Town of Omis at a height of more than 200 meters. It was built in the 13th century and served as an observation post. Climb to this medieval fortress for panoramic views of Omiš and the Adriatic Sea. The historic site is worth exploring and provides a glimpse into Omiš's rich history.

Church of St. Michael

This beautiful church is situated in the heart of Omiš and is a noteworthy architectural and cultural landmark. The church dates to the 17th century and it was built on the place where an older, gothic church, once stood. The charming square around it is perfect for a stroll and a refreshing drink during the hot summer days and nights.

Fortress Fortica

More remote and challenging to access, the Fortica Fortress is a rewarding sight. Perched higher, the fortress provides an impressive vantage point. In the past, it served as a lookout and a refuge for the city's inhabitants in case the enemy attacked the town. The location of the fortress makes it almost impervious to conquest and it is one of the reasons Omiš was never conquered by the enemy. Ascend to the fortress takes about an hour on foot, but once you reach it you will be rewarded with possibly the best view in Dalmatia.

Pirate Nights

At the end of July and beginning of August manifestation called The Pirate Evenings is organized in Omiš during which various events take place in and around Omiš. The culmination of this manifestation is a simulation of a battle between the pirates and Venetians. Featuring real boats, the battle takes place in the city port. This manifestation evokes the rich piracy tradition of the region, and it is an event that everyone can enjoy.

Festival of Dalmatian Klapa

The Festival of Dalmatian Klapa is held in Omiš every summer in July, and it is considered one of the most important annual musical events in Dalmatia. Klapa singing is a form of a cappela singing traditionally associated with Dalmatia. Klapa singing was dominantly performed by men, but in the last decades, women's klapa singing has gained popularity.

Activities in Omis

Omiš is a great place for all kinds of outdoor activities. Here are some of the activities you can partake in while vacationing on Omis Riviera.

Omis mountain

Omis mountain

Boat tours

The maritime heritage of Omiš is best reflected in the rich offer of boat tours you can partake. If you are interested in visiting the beautiful archipelago of central Dalmatia, Omiš is the ideal starting point. You shouldn't have any problems finding the perfect tour for you, whether you want to sail the blue Adriatic or go upstream along the Cetina River. Some of the popular tours are the Omiš night panorama tour, Blue Cave on the island of Vis, Bol & Golden Horn on Brač Island, Blue Lagoon, and Hvar Island boat tour.

White Water Rafting and Kayaking on the Cetina River

For those who crave water-based adventure, the Cetina River is the place to be. Rafting or kayaking downstream from Cikotina Lada to Blato (a 10 km stretch) is an adrenaline-pumping experience that lasts approximately 3 to 4 hours. Adventurous souls can opt for the route from Blato to Zadvarje, offering a thrilling 10-kilometer journey filled with excitement and a close encounter with the canyon's beauty.

As you navigate the river, you'll encounter challenging rapids, enjoy refreshing swims, and immerse yourself in the natural splendor of the Cetina Canyon. The journey culminates at the iconic Radman's Mill, a favorite stop for adventurers.

Cetina Canyon

Cetina Canyon

Zip line over Cetina River

For a heart-pounding adventure like no other, don't miss the zipline experience in the Cetina River canyon, just 3 km from Omiš. This zipline course boasts eight cables with a combined length of 2,100 meters. Securely harnessed and flying above the Cetina River at speeds exceeding 70 km/h, you'll reach heights up to 150 meters above sea level.

Climbing in Omis

Omiš has earned its reputation as one of Croatia's premier climbing destinations, attracting climbers from across Europe.With a whopping 46 equipped climbing routes to choose from,Omiš is a climber's haven. Whether you prefer the shade or the sun-soaked cliffs, the diverse terrain around Omiš caters to climbers of all levels and experiences. Omiš's unique geography, where a mighty river meets the sea, means climbing here is a year-round affair.

Cycling and hiking

There is an abundance of cycling and hiking routes and trails around Omiš. Routes are suitable for cyclists and hikers of all skill levels. One popular cycling path takes you through the Cetina River canyon, from Omiš to Radman's Mills, covering a scenic 6 km. If you're in excellent shape and seeking a longer journey, the 60 km cycling route encompasses picturesque landscapes, including Kucice, Zadvarje, Sestanovac, Blato, and Gata.

Paragliding

Thanks to its location, Omiš enjoys consistent winds, making it a fantastic spot for paragliding. Begin your adventure from a 380-meter-high grassy slope and stay airborne for hours, enjoying the panoramic views of Omiš Riviera.

Scuba Diving

Several diving clubs in Omiš offer courses for divers of all levels. Just offshore from the town beach lies the wreck of a merchant ship, waiting to be explored at a depth of 20 meters. Omiš Riviera's underwater world showcases numerous caves, rich marine flora and fauna, ancient amphorae, and other underwater treasures. The Vruja site is considered one of Europe's best diving spots.

Restaurants in Omis area

From grilled fish and octopus salad to “peka”, a slow-cooked dish with meat or octopus and potatoes, Omiš invites visitors to savor the flavors of authentic Croatian cuisine.

Restaurant Pirates Kitchen

This restaurant offers a unique and adventurous dining experience, reflecting Omiš's pirate history. You can savor a variety of dishes in a themed setting that immerses you in the town's intriguing past. Enjoy local seafood specialties, grilled meats, and Mediterranean flavors in a charming pirate atmosphere.

Tavern Argola

Locate 20 minutes car drive from Omiš at 320 meters above sea level, the beautiful panoramic view that unfolds in front of you upon arrival is matched with the excellent dishes that are being served here. Tavern Argola is truly a place where you should stop for an unforgettable experience of dining.

Restaurant Knez

With a spectacular view over the Cetina River canyon and dishes made from recipes dating back over 400 years, restaurant Knez is one of the top choices for a good meal in Omiš. Savor the authentic flavors of dishes and soak up the relaxing atmosphere while the sun slowly sets down over the neighboring mountains and the sea.

Other than the mentioned restaurants you will find that Omiš and Omiš Riviera are filled with great restaurants that have one thing in common, they serve great and authentic Croatian food.

How to get to Omis?

Although surrounded by mountains and with a river that divides the town, Omiš is surprisingly very accessible.

By airplane

The most convenient way to reach Omiš is by plane. Split International Airport is located approximately 40 kilometers from Omiš. This international airport has well-established connections with most of the bigger European cities throughout the year, especially during the season (from May to October). From the airport, it is easy to choose to reach Omiš either by renting a car or hiring a private transfer.

By car

Croatia has a good network of highways and state roads so your trip to Omiš will be an enjoyable adventure. If you are coming to Omiš from the north (Zagreb), take the E65 highway to reach Split, where you join the D8 state road. It takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes of easy driving to reach the center of Omiš. Alternatively, you can exit the highway at the Blato na Cetina exit, from which you can reach your destination in half an hour on the state road D70. This route is not recommended for campers and other larger vehicles.

Weather in Omis

Omiš enjoys a Mediterranean climate. Summers (July and August) are dry and hot which makes them ideal for sea and sun activities on the beach or rafting on river Cetina.

Spring (May and June) and autumn (September and October) are ideal for all sorts of outdoor activities like hiking, cycling, and generally enjoying nature.

Omis by night

Omis by night

Omiš, with its captivating blend of history, natural beauty, and recreational opportunities, stands out as a must-visit destination on the Croatian coast. Whether you're an adventure seeker, a history buff, or a food enthusiast, Omiš has something to offer. From the thrill of outdoor activities to the serenity of sandy beaches and the richness of local cuisine, Omiš invites travelers to immerse themselves in an unforgettable experience that showcases the best of Croatian hospitality and charm.


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