OMNIVIA multi-day programs offer genuine experiences combining tradition, history, culture and an incredible diverse blend of the people, customs and gastronomy of Dalmatia. Contributing to responsible tourism, our programs are intended and organized for large or small groups of visitors who want to become familiar with the region’s cultural and natural heritage.
Following salt trails while discovering Croatian saltworks and their specific surroundings. Enjoying local specialties with salt as their important ingredient. Tasting wines enriched by local salty climate.
Cycling through Dalmatian Hinterland and visit to the Alka of Sinj Museum (UNESCO). Touring Poljica, canyon and source of River Cetina, Blue and Red Lakes with beautiful views; tasting of traditional dishes and wines.
Unique experience of history, culture, natural attractions, gastronomy and local customs of Central Dalmatia. Getting to know Croatia’s protected intangible heritage and visit to members of Culinary Heritage network.
Workshop on making bread under baking lid in ambience of River Cetina canyon. Learning about culinary heritage. Mentored making of traditional bread in renowned 19th-century water-mill-turned-restaurant.
A visit to fortress Mirabela and meeting with centuries-old tradition of Omiš pirates. Fighting against pirates on the banks of Cetina; pirate games and dance; plentiful pirate dinner – food once enjoyed by Omiš pirates.
A course in Dalmatian klapa multipart singing (UNESCO); learning of its origins and traditions and enjoying traditional Dalmatian cuisine. Visits to Omiš, Split and Šibenik (UNESCO); excursion to Krka National Park.