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Omis Riviera in Croatia - Nearby places

Omis Riviera is located in the heart of the Dalmatian coast. Omis Riviera is surrounded with the cities Trogir and Split on the north-west, and Makarska on the south-east.

Split at night (radicevic)

Split

Split is the largest city of the historic Croatian region of Dalmatia, and its unofficial capital. Omis is located about 35 km southeast of Split. Split is second largest city in the Croatia (after Zagreb - Croatian capital), and has bout 450 000 residents.
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the city of trogir (radicevic)

Trogir

Trogir is an ancient Croatian city and port. It is located in the central Dalmatia. City is situated about 25 kilometers north east of Split and approximately 40 kilometers north east of the Omis. About 20 000 inhabitans lives in Trogir now. The old city of Trogir is located on a small island between the island of Solta and mainland. To there it can be reached by car. From 1997, the historic centre of Trogir is joined to UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
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Makarska (radicevic)

Makarska

Makarska is a tourist town and fishing port on the Adriatic coast in the Middle Dalmatia. Makarska is famous as a tourist destination and a natural harbor. City is situated at the foothills of the 3rd highest Croatian mountain called Bikovo (Nature Park). Makarska is, naturally, the center of the Makarska Riviera. Riviera is approximately 60 kilometers long and extends from Brela (northwest) to Gradac (southeast). Omis is situated about 35 kilometers northwest from Makarska.
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Dubrovnik (radicevic)

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is ancient and historic city situated in the south of the Croatian coast. From 1979, the city of Dubrovnik is added on to UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Dubrovnik is most visited destination on the Adriatic and one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world. City now has about 45 000 inhabitants. Omis is about 200 kilometers distant from Dubrovnik.
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brac bol zlatni rat (radicevic)

Islands

Island of Brac is the third largest island in Croatia. Brac is highest island in Croatia with its highest peak Vidova Gora which is 778 meters high. Brac is distant from mainland about 4 nautical miles (7 km). Brac is one of the most beautiful island in Croatia with rich flora and fauna. Brac was full with olive trees and vines in the past, but a variety of diseases, such as disease of grapevine (Peronospora) have forced the residents of the island to migrate from the island of Brac to the Americas and Australia.
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