Pisak is a small village on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, located about 40 kilometres from Split and 20 kilometers from Makarska. It's a great place to relax and take some time off from the stress and problems of everyday life. There are a number of markets in the village as well as many restaurants and taverns. This fishing village is perfect for tourists because it has a long history and a great culture.
In 1715, the Turks forced Franciscans to abandon their monastery on an island in Prološko Blato and, after a short stay in Dobrči near Pisak; they were located in Omiš out of town at the church of Our Lady of Carmel, in Skalice.
There are more and more people who do not want to spend their holiday just sunbathing on beach, but to do something good for their health and have fun in the same time. Omiš is ideal Dalmatian town for various outdoor activities, and we suggest some of the most popular.
The Omiš Riviera extends for about 35 kilometres along the south coast of Split. It is a stretch of coastline of outstanding beauty with many beaches and bays, cliffs protecting the coast and clear and transparent waters all the way.
Although the old town of Omiš is very small compared to some other urban centers in Dalmatia, there are many traces of history, such as fortresses Fortica and Mirabela. You should definitely visit these two if you find yourself in this town.