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What Oliver loves…
- The stunning outdoor pool, hot tub and Finnish sauna are ideal for blissful moments of relaxation.
- A covered dining area with built-in barbecue is perfect for catching up over a drink or two.
- You’re just a short drive from a stretch of stunning beaches around Omiš – the nearest is around 7km away.
Just 7km north of Omiš, the magnificent Villa Kalma enjoys a peaceful setting, while being within easy reach of this coastal town’s many high-adrenaline sporting activities. Accommodating up to 10 guests, this well-appointed villa is a fine choice for families, offering a Finnish sauna and large outdoor pool.
With spectacular mountain and sea views, Villa Kalma is located in the Gata area, only a 10-minute drive from the centre of Omiš. The house has been built in a typical Dalmatian style, and offers some lovely outdoor spaces. As well as a children’s playground right outside the door, you have a covered dining area and barbecue just a few steps away.
The options to relax are varied, with an enticing Finnish sauna cabin, a 5-person hot tub and a fantastic outdoor pool. At 32 sq m in size, this heated pool is lined with sun loungers and offers the best of the mountain views – you may never want to get out. The hot tub is right beside it too, the perfect spot from which to enjoy the sunset or soak under the stars.
Inside, the house is modern and comfortable – decorated in cool white, the open-plan living area has plenty of seating, a widescreen TV and a dining area with room for eight at the table. Air-conditioned and with direct access to the terrace, this area leads you through to a fully equipped kitchen with a large fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave and more.
Three king-size bedrooms, on the first floor, and one downstairs twin room will accommodate eight guests. The upstairs room all have beautiful en suite bathrooms, two with a shower and one with a bathtub. Another family bathroom is found on the lower floor. A sofa-bed is available for an extra two people if required, and there is also a cot ready for a baby guest.
A popular visitor destination, nearby Omiš is one of the highlights of Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast. Its pirate connections provide lots of swashbuckling fun for younger visitors, while the stunning canyon and River Cetina form the adventure sports capital of the region. With everything from rafting and diving to zip-lines, Omiš really is one for thrill-seekers. If you prefer keeping your feet on dry land, the town has historic sights and excellent restaurants and bars, and all just 25km from somewhere boasting even more of these – Croatia’s buzzing second city, Split.
What you should know…
- A security deposit is required to stay at Villa Kalma.
- This is a non-smoking property.
- Private parking is available on site.
Villa Kalma is a modern villa with 4 bedrooms that can accommodate up to 9 people (there is a sofa bed in one of the bedrooms)
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Dining and living area
- Double bedroom with two single beds
- Family bathroom with shower
- Three bedrooms with king beds and en-suite bathrooms
- Heated swimming pool surrounded by sunloungers ans parasols
- Hot tub and sauna
- Outdoor shower
- Barbecue with outdoor dining area
- Air conditioning
- Satellite TV
- Game Console
- Cot and highchair
- Coffee machine
- Table football
Surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, the historic town of Omiš is situated on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast. Around 25km from the country’s second city, Split, it’s a town famed for its stunning fortresses and pirate history. It can also boast gorgeous beaches and a second-to-none water-sports scene, thanks to its breathtaking setting on the River Cetina.
It’s these high-energy activities which draw many visitors to Omiš – and as a town largely dependent on tourism, it’ll put on a good show for you. Head down to the riverside to check out what’s on offer. You’ll see canyoning, boating, rafting, canoeing and the like, so you can choose the level of exhilaration you’re comfortable with. The mountains are popular with hikers, and activities like paragliding are available too. Perhaps one of the most unforgettable ways to see Omiš is by hurtling across the canyon on a zip wire – it’s an understatement to say the views are worth it!
Beach lovers will be happy too, with lots of choice around the area. In the centre of Omiš, the long, sandy Velika Plaza is ideal for families, while pebble beaches Brzet and Slavinj are just a short walk away. Head west towards Split, or east towards Makarska, and you have many more stunning beaches to discover, many Blue Flag rated. Boat trips out to the islands of Brač, Hvar and Šolta offer further options – these wonderful destinations shouldn’t be missed.
Back in Omiš, you may wish to tackle the steep climb to see the town’s fortresses. The 13th-century Mirabella fortress rewards you for the trek with views as far as Brač, and the outlook from 15th-century Starigrad is similarly impressive. Another popular vantage point is the site of the Mila Gojsalič statue. High up in the hills around 5km from the centre of town, you might not want to walk this one, but however you get there, it offers an amazing view over the canyon.
Omiš’ pirate history has inspired all sorts of visitor-friendly attractions and you won’t be able to go far without finding some reference to it. In summer, the weekly Pirate Night tours and Pirate Weekend recreate battles and tell stories of the days when the town’s fearsome pirates ruled the seas. Children are sure to love it all, but if it gets too much, there are plenty of Old Town spots you can escape to for a bit of peace and quiet. The area around St Michael’s Square is a good place to find cafés and restaurants.
The proximity of Omiš to so many other stunning destinations is another great reason to make it your base. Just 25km west, Split has world-class landmarks like Diocletian’s Palace and the Cathedral of St Domnius to see, while upscale Makarska is the jewel of Makarska Riviera – it’s a similar distance east of Omiš.
The Dalmatian coast is a veritable treasure trove of stunning landscapes and historic towns, and Omis, situated halfway between the famous port city of Split and the energetic town of Maksarka, is no exception. With its rich history, scenic backdrop, and a plethora of attractions, Omis stands out as a unique and captivating destination for those seeking to explore the charm of Croatia. The town's history is deeply intertwined with its dramatic geographical setting, which is dominated by the imposing Cetina River Canyon and the Mosor Mountain Range.
The old town of Omis, with its narrow cobblestone streets and stone houses, is a place where history and culture converge. It’s a charming place to explore on foot and soak up the local way of life. There are a number of historic churches that you’ll come across while exploring - the Church of St. Michael, the Church of St. Peter, and the Church of St. Rocco, which all showcase intricate architectural details and a sense of reverence. The old town is also home to an abundance of restaurants, cafes, and local shops, it’s an excellent spot to savour authentic Croatian dishes and find unique souvenirs.
One of the most prominent historical attractions in the town is the Mirabella Fortress, often called Peovica. Perched high on a rocky outcrop, this fortress was built during the 13th century and was used as a hideout by the notorious Omis pirates who terrorised the Adriatic Sea. Today, visitors can climb up the steep path to the fortress and enjoy panoramic views of the town, the coast, and the surrounding landscapes.
Omis boasts a pristine stretch of coastline with a variety of beaches, each catering to different tastes. One of the most popular is the sandy beach at the mouth of the Cetina River, offering calm waters perfect for swimming and sunbathing. Adventurous spirits may prefer the pebbly beach of Brzet, known for its perfect conditions for windsurfing and kitesurfing. Just a short drive from Omis, there's the small village of Stanici, which is renowned for its unspoiled beaches and crystal-clear waters. It's a serene place to relax and escape the crowds often found in more touristy locations.
The Cetina River is a defining feature of Omis, and one of the most exhilarating activities here is to take a rafting excursion along its emerald waters. The river cuts through the impressive Cetina Canyon, creating a thrilling white-water rafting experience that appeals to adventure seekers and nature lovers alike. The journey offers panoramic views of the rugged cliffs, lush forests, and the charming villages that dot the landscape.
The nearby Biokovo Nature Park is an outstanding natural attraction. The Biokovo Mountain Range, part of the Dinaric Alps, offers incredible hiking opportunities, with well-marked trails leading to panoramic viewpoints where you can marvel at the Adriatic Sea and the islands scattered along the coast. The juxtaposition of the rugged mountain terrain and the azure waters is simply stunning and will leave a lasting impression.
The history, natural beauty, and cultural vitality of Omis combine to create a destination that is rich in character and charm. Whether you're seeking adventure on the Cetina River, exploring the medieval fortresses, or simply savouring the local cuisine, Omis has something to offer every traveller who ventures to this utterly enchanting corner of the Dalmatian coast.
Children will love what’s on offer at family-friendly Villa Kalma. With its large lawn, swings and play area, this villa gets off to a great start. There is also the huge outdoor heated pool, a hot tub, a sauna and barbecue, as well as TV, Wi-Fi, a football table and games console – in fact, all kinds of fun you can enjoy together.
Nearby Omiš is something of a big playground in itself, and even the most adventurous kids aren’t going to be disappointed. The list is endless – hire a boat, go hiking, cycling, rafting or canoeing. Discover canyoning, paragliding or scuba diving. Go horse-riding, paintballing or zip-lining across the Cetina Canyon… With so much you can do, it’s worth planning ahead to get the most out of your Omiš experience. They’ll be exhausted, but in a good way.
The zip-lines are a particularly exciting means of seeing the canyon. At 150m above ground, this adventure isn’t for the faint hearted, but it promises to be something you will remember forever. Children of 7 years or above can take part. The agency which organises these excursions will take you there and back and provide guides, who may accompany some children during their descent.
Fancy something less full on? There are many lovely beaches within a short drive of Villa Kalma, including Velika Plaza in central Omiš. This is a good family choice where there are activities like volleyball, cafés and lots of facilities – and at 800m long, there’s plenty of space too.
Omiš is also good for eating out. The quality of restaurants is high, and you can find everything from pizza to seafood around the town. One spot particularly popular with kids is the Flintstones-themed restaurant, Kremenko. The theme may be quirky, but the food is excellent, so it’s a night out the whole family can enjoy, and worth the drive up into the mountains.
The town offers more entertainment in the form of regular festivals. There are opportunities to soak up local culture during the Festival of Dalmatian Klapas and Summer Festival, while beach parties, food and music events mean there is always something happening.
If you want to find loads of family attractions in one place, it’s well worth heading for Split, as this city really delivers the goods for kids. You will find an aquarium, a semi-submarine, Segway tours and a huge play zone at Poljud Stadium. Look out for Froggyland, Split’s unforgettable frog museum, and all the attractions of Znjan Beach, including bouncy castles and paddle boats. And if that wasn’t enough, big-hitting sights like Diocletian’s Palace are there to explore.
Baby and Toddler Equipment
- High Chair(s)
Kids Activities Close-by
- <1hr to Airport
- Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
- Tourist Towns & Villages
- Heated Pool
- Cooling Jacuzzi
- Outdoor Games
- Table Football
At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. If there is anything you would like to arrange for your stay, please contact the Oliver’s VIP Concierge Team (by clicking on the link in the blue Oliver’s Extras box above) who will be happy to help. We can usually put you in touch with the right people arrange any of the following:
This is by no means an exhaustive list, so please just contact Oliver’s VIP Concierge Team to help you arrange any of those little extras that can really make the difference.
These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.
|Security deposit||€250 charged to client’s credit card before arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to full inspection.|
|Arrival time||4.00 p.m.|
|Departure time||10.00 a.m.|
|Energy costs included?||Yes, included in the rental price.|
|Heating costs included?||Yes, included in the rental price.|
|Linen & towels included?||Yes, included in the rental price.|
|End of stay cleaning included?||Yes. However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit.|
|Internet access?||Wi-Fi included in rental price|
|Minimum stay||7 nights June to September, all other periods 5 nights.|
|Changeover day||Saturday June to September, flexible all other periods.|
|Pets welcome?||Not allowed|
|Smoking Allowed?||Smoking & vaping are not permitted.|
|Tax||Included in the rental price.|
|Insurance||Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for cancellations, loss of personal belongings, personal liability and any accidental damage caused during their stay.|
Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:
|Rental period||5 Nights||Weekly|
|Nov 30th 2023 - Jan 6th 2024||£1,058||£1,481|
|Jan 6th 2024 - May 4th 2024||£1,062||£1,485|
|May 4th 2024 - May 18th 2024||£1,238||£1,733|
|May 18th 2024 - Jun 1st 2024||£1,324||£1,854|
|Jun 1st 2024 - Jun 15th 2024||£1,547||£2,166|
|Jun 15th 2024 - Jun 22nd 2024||-||£2,477|
|Jun 22nd 2024 - Jun 29th 2024||-||£2,911|
|Jun 29th 2024 - Jul 13th 2024||-||£3,214|
|Jul 13th 2024 - Aug 17th 2024||-||£3,586|
|Aug 17th 2024 - Aug 24th 2024||-||£3,214|
|Aug 24th 2024 - Aug 31st 2024||-||£2,911|
|Aug 31st 2024 - Sep 7th 2024||-||£2,477|
|Sep 7th 2024 - Sep 14th 2024||£1,547||£2,166|
|Sep 14th 2024 - Sep 28th 2024||£1,324||£1,854|
|Sep 28th 2024 - Oct 12th 2024||£1,238||£1,733|
|Oct 12th 2024 - Jun 2nd 2025||£1,058||£1,481|
Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:
|Rental period||5 Nights||Weekly|
|Nov 30th 2023 - Jan 6th 2024||€1,149||€1,609|
|Jan 6th 2024 - May 4th 2024||€1,153||€1,613|
|May 4th 2024 - May 18th 2024||€1,344||€1,882|
|May 18th 2024 - Jun 1st 2024||€1,438||€2,013|
|Jun 1st 2024 - Jun 15th 2024||€1,680||€2,352|
|Jun 15th 2024 - Jun 22nd 2024||-||€2,691|
|Jun 22nd 2024 - Jun 29th 2024||-||€3,161|
|Jun 29th 2024 - Jul 13th 2024||-||€3,490|
|Jul 13th 2024 - Aug 17th 2024||-||€3,895|
|Aug 17th 2024 - Aug 24th 2024||-||€3,490|
|Aug 24th 2024 - Aug 31st 2024||-||€3,161|
|Aug 31st 2024 - Sep 7th 2024||-||€2,691|
|Sep 7th 2024 - Sep 14th 2024||€1,680||€2,352|
|Sep 14th 2024 - Sep 28th 2024||€1,438||€2,013|
|Sep 28th 2024 - Oct 12th 2024||€1,344||€1,882|
|Oct 12th 2024 - Jun 2nd 2025||€1,149||€1,609|
Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:
|Rental period||5 Nights||Weekly|
|Nov 30th 2023 - Jan 6th 2024||$1,262||$1,767|
|Jan 6th 2024 - May 4th 2024||$1,267||$1,771|
|May 4th 2024 - May 18th 2024||$1,476||$2,067|
|May 18th 2024 - Jun 1st 2024||$1,580||$2,211|
|Jun 1st 2024 - Jun 15th 2024||$1,845||$2,583|
|Jun 15th 2024 - Jun 22nd 2024||-||$2,955|
|Jun 22nd 2024 - Jun 29th 2024||-||$3,472|
|Jun 29th 2024 - Jul 13th 2024||-||$3,833|
|Jul 13th 2024 - Aug 17th 2024||-||$4,277|
|Aug 17th 2024 - Aug 24th 2024||-||$3,833|
|Aug 24th 2024 - Aug 31st 2024||-||$3,472|
|Aug 31st 2024 - Sep 7th 2024||-||$2,955|
|Sep 7th 2024 - Sep 14th 2024||$1,845||$2,583|
|Sep 14th 2024 - Sep 28th 2024||$1,580||$2,211|
|Sep 28th 2024 - Oct 12th 2024||$1,476||$2,067|
|Oct 12th 2024 - Jun 2nd 2025||$1,262||$1,767|
Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.
Beautiful villa, with everything you need. beautiful location, Denis could not be more helpful and friendly. A car is essential though. I will be coming back!
A lovley stay
We had a wonderful time at the villa. The host was very friendly and accommodating. The house itself was very tidy and the pool, jacuzzi and sauna were also very well maintained. The landscape around the house is ideal for walking or hiking. We would definitely recommend the accommodation.
The villa and location were perfect and the hosts were outstanding, the best we have found during our travels over many years. Gata is a village just minutes out of Omis and the view on the drive down is breathtaking. Denis and his family were so welcoming and the villa was very clean and had everything we needed. The pool and the spa were brilliant and so clean! Thanks for making our holiday!
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