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Arrival in Omiš and first exploration hike

Arrival in Omiš and first exploration hike

After our arrival at the campsite Kamp Galep in Omiš we arranged a first meeting with the management of Kamp Galep in which a first time table of the next days was discussed as a first brief meeting for outdoor activities.

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Focus of our research should be once again possible offers of outdoor activities to interested parties on travel, whether its a camper or backpacker.

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For the next day we planned already a first hike of about 8.5 kilometers up into the mountains, which will guide us through the mountain villages of Naklice and Tugare.

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A little similar to Turkish Yaila areas, some villages in Dalmatia have been preserved, since their inhabitants up here on the mountain plateau are producing fruits and vegetables.

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Along a path named Lisicina we went into the mountain from town center of Omiš, always following the road signs which were easy to follow.

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Then we followed a section of the dirt road towards Tugare before then to continue going up through green countryside and pine forests right away to the small chapel.

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Although the streams were almost completely dry, the meadows were lush and green, and in many places there were plenty of flowers to admire, the Mediterranean flora is brilliant.

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The landscape changed more and more with the height, following a processional way to about 440 meters above sea level and in the last part, ended at the chapel.

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We had arrived at the chapel after about 2 hours, where the open views of the Adriatic and the place Omis appeared in a breath taking beauty.

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Some more impressions along the way

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