The official site of the Tourist Board Split-Dalmatia County

The Omiš Mirabela fortress is a trademark of the town from which extends a view over the whole of Omiš and the majority of the central Dalmatian islands. The Mirabela fortress is the principal reminder of Omiš’s pirate past. A Byzantine coin, inserted by a pirate during the construction of the fortress, was found in its foundations and so thanks to this coin it can be seen that Mirabela was built in the 13th century. It is a fortress above the old town core whose purpose was to serve as a lookout for pirates who were able to monitor the entire Brač channel from it.




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