Omiška Dinara is the mountain in the Dalmatian region of Croatia, rising just above the town of Omiš. It is is a natural extension of Poljička mountain from the northwest, and also a connection with Biokovo to the southeast. The mountain is 15 kilometers long. The highest point, Kula is 863 meters (2830 ft.) high. It offers a view of the sea to the west and of the valley of Cetina and Poljica to the northeastern inlands. The view towards Mosor and the island of Brač is particularly beautiful. The peak is marked with a simple wooden cross and a stone pile. In addition to the cross, there is also a box with the register book. Another prominent sight on the mountain is Fortica, a fortress from the 14th century with a beautiful view of the entire town of Omiš, the canyon of the river Cetina and surrounding islands. Fortica was built primarily for defending the city from the enemies and pirates – it is a site of strategic importance with a broad view on all movements across the middle Poljica as well as over the navigation in the sea channel between Split and Makarska. The chart is created by the Croatian Mountain Rescue Service CMRS.
Price: $ 4.99 USD
Vendor: Croatian Mountain Rescue Service - HGSS
Category: Parks & Forests
Language: English, Croatian
Size: 40.9 MB
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