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[VIDEO] Great Omiš Tourism Promo Video

Omiš

Situated around 25 km southeast of Split and nestled between the Adriatic Sea and the Cetina river is the small historical town of Omiš.

In the Middle Ages, Omiš was a well-known pirate town. With history and nature a plenty, there is lots to do there.

With its famous rafting, climbing, and zip line spots, Omiš is a great place for an adventurous holiday and that is the theme of the Tourist Board’s promotional video heading into the 2017 season.

Check out the video – Omiš – Small town, big adventure – below.

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