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Rafting on the River of Cetina takes you down a 9 kilometre long part of the Cetina course, from the village of Penšići to the excursion site of Radmanove Mlinice (i.e. Radman"s mills).
The river Cetina will welcome you with its mild and moderate rapids, its clear and deep river lakes perfect for swimming, the lush vegetation along its banks forming several „tunnels“ of branches along the way, its impressive cliffs and hidden caves... Suitable for children 7 years old or older.


A real trip for the whole family – ideal for people of all ages. Regardless of your age you can enjoy the easy paddling along the gentle parts of the Cetina course and down its mild rapids, all the while savouring the beautiful and relaxing scenery. The canoeing is organised in canoes for two or three persons on the routes from Čikotina Lađa to the village Blato na Cetini or from Blato na Cetini to the village of Zadvarje.
After this interesting trip you can find refreshment or enjoy genuine local specialties in a restaurant by the river or in one of the numerous taverns in the hinterland of Omiš.


Boat trips to the islands of Brač, Hvar or Šolta – Trogir - Drvenik, where apart from enjoying good food you will also get a chance to discover some of the great secrets of the fishing tradition (how to throw a cast net, the names of particular fishes and similar interesting details).


During the boat ride through the magnificent canyon of the Cetina river, from its mouth to the excursion resort Radman's mills, you will experience a face-to-face encounter with nature.
In the resort itself you can enjoy good food, untouched nature surrounding the Cetina river, take a walk or a swim in the crystalline clear water.
You can also spend your time there enjoying one of the following activities:
  • mini golf
  • outdoor chess
  • basketball
  • football
  • dalmatian bowling (bocce)


In Sinj you can find stables and horseback riding clubs which offer horseback riding lessons for beginners, and also provide experienced riders an opportunity for recreation.
Horse breeding has a three hundred years long tradition in the Cetina region, drawing on the unique jousting tournament of Sinjska alka, which has been organised in Sinj ever since 1715 in memory of the heroic victory of the local people over the Turkish army. Riding on horseback, the competitors called „alkari“ in their 18th century attire aim to hit a metal ring (the so called alka) suspended on a rope high above the ground, encouraged by the cheers of numerous visitors.
For almost three centuries now, the Alka tournament takes place once a year in the second week of August.


Situated in the embrace of impressive cliffs, which surround the town from three sides, Omiš is a prefect place for free climbing, a sport which offers a true sense of nature and freedom.
Over 40 marked climbing routes on 7 different climbing locations are a guarantee of an interesting and exciting climbing vacation. The route difficulty levels range from the easiest ones i.e. routes intended for beginners to the most difficult ones (known among the climbers as „projects“).


Making its way through the limestone of the surrounding mountains the river Cetina created magnificent forms and built a canyon filled with natural beauties: high cliffs (180 m), underground tunnels, cascades, lakes and the more than 50 m high waterfall of Gubavica. The narrowest part of the river Cetina canyon, upstream from the hydropower plant Kraljevac, makes perfect scenery for canyoning.

For those seeking even more adrenaline extreme canyoning is organised, which apart from the standard canyoning route also includes the descent down the Gubavica waterfall with the use of professional rock-climbing equipment and in the company of experienced instructors.


Along the sea shore, down the river, across popular but also forgotten mountain paths, the trekking possibilities are infinite.Each new track will reveal another story of Omiš, a story about fishing, about the history of sand extraction on the Cetina river, about the famous pirates of Omiš and their magnificent fortresses, about the rich plant and animal life of the Cetina canyon.... and before you have reached your destination you will be „head over heels“ for Omiš.


Zipline is an adrenaline entertainment where guests descend through the canyon down the steel wire rope, secured with a belt. Adventure also includes training and a short walk in nature.
Zipline is located 3 km from Omis, in the canyon of the Cetina River and consists of eight wires total length of 2100m. Depending on the size of the group, zipline gives you up to three hours of unforgettable fun and beautiful nature .


Guided Quad ATV tours on off-road tracks in beautiful highland locations with breathtaking views. Expert and professional guides will make sure you have all the safety instructions you need.
There are also exciting advanced tours where you can discover the extraordinary landscape of Dalmatian inland and untouched nature: valleys, rivers, streams and mountains.


Split is the largest city in Dalmatia, with a more than 1700 years long history. The very heart of Split is built around the ancient palace of the Emperor Diocletian, dating back to the 4th century. The central square of the palace is occupied by the Jupiter"s temple or the today"s cathedral, which is the oldest building of its kind in the world.
Once you pass through the basements of the Palace, today filled with numerous stands offering unique hand-made souvenirs, you will reach the famous Riva – the coastal promenade and the so called „living room“ of Split, the central venue for all the city"s events and happenings.
During the summer Split hosts the Nights of Emperor Diocletian, aiming to revive the historical period of the Diocletian"s rule in a fun way through typical food and fashion. Each year you can also enjoy the Split Summer, a festival offering a rich programme of culture and art.


Krka National Park lies about 10km inland from Šibenik. The Park covers the area of just over 142 square km and includes two thirds of the river itself. The top attraction of the Park are its magnificent waterfalls, including the famous waterfall Skradinski Buk, which is one of Croatia's most famous sights.
Trogir is the town included in te UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage List, built on the site of the ancient Greek settlement Tragurion. The town, surrounded by medieval walls, has many buildings that testify to its rich history most notably the Cathedral with the famous portal of Master Radovan, the Town Loggia from the 15th century, the Town Hall, the Ćipiko Palace and the Benedictine Monastery from the 11th century.


Due to its extraordinary beauty and the rich cultural heritage the town of Dubrovnik was included in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Surrounded by impressive walls and fortresses, it is a true example of architectural, cultural and historical uniqueness. Sites you shouldn"t miss are the Minčeta Tower, the Bokar, Revelin and Lovrijenac Forts or a visit to the Dominican and Franciscan Monasteries which hold valuable collections of art, cultural and historical heritage of the famous Dubrovnik Republic.
Dubrovnik is a town of a thousand sites, and it"s impossible to name them all: Onofrio"s Fountain, Orlando"s Column, the Rector"s Palace, Sponza Palace, Luža Square, the State Archives of Dubrovnik....
Regardless of whether you decide to see some of its marvellous sights or just take a walk down the main street of Stradun, we are certain that Dubrovnik will impress you like it impresses many others who keep returning to it year after year.