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We give you few good reasons to visit us!
Only 30 km from Split you will find Ruskamen, a small place by the coast. Here you can find all things necessary for an ideal vacation, whether you want to spend time with your family or have active, thrill-seeking holidays. Apartments “Edita and Robert” offer comfortable and spacious apartment-type accommodation. Friendly hosts, nearby beach, open terrace with grill, parking facility and short travelling distance to Split, Omiš, Makarska, Cetina river and the island of Brač will make your holidays here a real pleasure.
Sightseeing and activities:
The Adriatic road is the only way in and out and in the summer months it can be a real bottleneck. The biggest attractions are the long sandy and gravel beaches which attract millions of tourists, who for the most part find their accommodation in private houses and camps. The center of the city of Omiš is located on the river mouth of Cetina, and since its beginnings has represented and important strategic stronghold. There are numerous chronicles of battles waged for this area between "the pirates of Omiš" and conquerors such as the Turks, Venetians and French. Today two forts over the city remain, Mirabela (at an altitude of 245 meters) built in the 13th century and Starigrad.
Windsurfing in Ruskamen
All the necessary microclimatic conditions make Ruskamen an ideal spot for “wind hunters” - wind-surfers make a common sight at Ruskamen. Summertime maestral wind is strong enough to please the more experienced surfers, as well as the ones who are just starting.
Rafting on river Cetina
Cetina river is one of the most beautiful and cleanest Croatian rivers. In its lower stream, just ahead of river mouth at the town of Omiš , the river formed a magnificent canyon, in most of its part completely inaccessible to hikers. The narrow canyon is perfect for white-water rafting, one of the most popular new outdoor activities in Dalmatia.
Excursions from Omiš to island Brač and island Hvar
One-day excursions run from the town of Omiš to the islands of Brač and Hvar. Excursion boats leave from the port of Omiš in the morning, and the prices include transport, lunch, aperitif, visit to one of the local island beaches and sightseeing tour, depending on the excursion.
Split (Aspalatos, Spalatum, Spljet. Split... as its name changed from the days of Ancient Greece until today), is the second largest city in Croatia and the heart of the Dalmatia region. The old town is built around a sheltered harbour, on the south side of a high peninsula sheltered from the open sea by many islands. Ferries to these islands are constantly coming and going. The entire west end of the peninsula is a vast wooded mountain park, while industry, shipyards, limestone quarries and the ugly commercial/military port are mercifully far away on the north side of the peninsula. High coastal mountains set against the blue Adriatic provide a striking frame to the scene.
This attractive town and port is the centrepiece of the Makarska Riviera, a 50km stretch of coast at the foot of Biokovo Mountain, the highest one in whole Mediterranean (1762 m),. The steep, barren mountain descends to the coast in a series of cliffs and ridges, forming an impressive backdrop to a string of beautiful pebble beaches. The foothills are protected from harsh winds and covered in lush Mediterranean greenery pine forests, olive groves, figs and fruit trees. With an abundance of hiking and swimming possibilities in such a spectacular natural setting, it's unsurprising that tourism has a long history in this region. The recent war in the former Yugoslavia severely disrupted the flow of visitors however, and, outside of a short summer season that runs from about six weeks in July and August, you should find the area relatively uncrowded the rest of the year. Makarska is the largest town in the region and makes a good base for exploring both the coast and Biokovo Mountain. Located on a large cove bordered by Cape Osejava in the south-east and the Sveti Petar Peninsula in the north-west, the landscape is dominated by the Biokovo Mountain looming over the town. The roads and trails that crisscross the limestone massif may be irresistible to hikers but the less energetic can simply lie on the beach and watch the day-long play of light and shadow on the mountain's cracks and crevices.
Park of nature - Biokovo
Nature park Biokovo is a unique tourist attraction on the Adriatic . The Biokovo mountain rises steeply above the town of Makarska, to the altitude of almost 2000 m. Surreal natural surroundings and juxtaposition of sea coast and high mountain attract numerous visitors for one-day excursions and longer stays.
The island Brač is one of the biggest on Croatian Adriatic. It has very long and rich history starting from prehistoric ages. There are many interesting sightseing points, but here are just few of them.
DESERT BLACA - Blaca was built up gradually. First some monks settled the cave and latter they started building some cottages. In year 1551 people from main land found a shelter there due to the Turk invasion. In Blaca the whole generation of monks built their culture. Last of the monks was Niko Milčevic who died in a year 1963. The rest will tell you the guides.
DRAGONS CAVE (ZMAJEVA SPILJA) - The biggest enigma is the time of its originate. Main relief represents the fight between good and evil. You can learn more during the visit.
VIDOVA MOUNTAIN - Vidova Gora 778m (beautiful view of neighboring islands and Italy),
MUSEUM ABOUT ISLAND BRAC (Settlement Skrip - entrance fee)
BOL - with its famous beach Zlatni rat invites thousands of tourists each year.
SUPETAR - As you step on the island, its many beauties, clear sea, kilometres long beaches along the pinewood and places for peace and fun will be yours. Supetar is economic, cultural and tourist center of the island of Brac.
Međugorje stands for one of the well known Catholic religion pilgrimage locations, situated close to the town of Čitluk in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina . The town of some 4300 inhabitants became famous for Marian apparitions, which first started in 1981. Since then, this Herzegovina village became a popular tourist destination, second only to Sarajevo and attracting millions of Catholics every year. Very much different from the pilgrimage in French Lourdes, which became a 6-million-tourist-a-year commercial paradise, Međugorje still managed to keep its original charm, offering religious peace to pilgrims. The centre of the Shrine of the Queen of Peace, as is the official name of Međugorje, is the Church of St. Jacob in the centre of the village.
Only a handful of the cities in the world can claim to represent an ideal larger than themselves and Dubrovnik is one of them. The thick stone walls that have protected the city for seven centuries against assault proclaim invincibility in the face of aggression. The wide marble street, Placa (Stradun), lined with businesses, cafes, churches and palaces, encourage the fusion of commerce, pleasure and faith into a vibrant community life. The profusion of fame sculpture and architectural detail on public buildings and monuments underscores a common artistic heritage available to anyone who cares to look. The way in which the towering walls both defame and blend into the landscape of sea, sky and hills is an argument for a human presence that enhances rather than spoils the environment.
The area of Trogir and Seget and along the Bay of Kaštela was chosen for their settlements by the Greeks and the Romans, with a very good reason. Today on this area new settlements were made, and its becoming more crowded for all those who wish to enjoy the same as the ancient settlers. Moderate mediterranean climate and vegetation, fertile soil, especially in the area of Kaštela, should combine to make this area a true "Croatian California". Still, to keep things from being so idyllic people, in the last 50 years, built a numerous cement, metallurgic, chemical, shipbuilding and other industries in the area of east Kaštela, which is now lost to tourism. Still, the western area, with center in Trogir, inscribed in the UNESCO register of cultural heritage, offers many ways for rest, entertainment, sports and recreation. Riviera Trogir (Trogir- Seget- Marina - Okrug) presents an area of moderate adriatic climate and rich subtropical vegetation , archipelago of picturesque islands in whose inlets lie small fishing villages and hidden pebble beaches, beauty and diversity of folklore, picturesque rustic architecture, modern tourist facilities for rest, recreation and entertainment on summer and in winter, traditional hospitality, dalmatian specialties, fishing and fishermen's nights, festivals of adriatic folklore and concerts of classical music in the medieval environment of the city.