About Pisak

Pisak is a small, historic fisherman's port turned tourist town that rests on the side of Mosor Mountain in Spilt-Dalmatia county. It is a quiet and peaceful city of three-hundred residents, famous for it's sunny summer days and pristine pebble / sand beaches. The climate in Pisak is especially beautiful and perfect for sunbathing between May and October.

Pisak is a welcoming and peaceful oasis, a refreshing retreat from the tourist-filled cities of Split and Dubrovnik. Yet it is just minutes from a vast number of activities, including shopping, restaurants, and nightlife available at Omis and Makarska.

 The town of pisak

The town of pisak

View from the Main patio Balcony

The Beach

Enjoy the clear, Mediterranean-blue water of the Adriatic from the beautiful beach at Pisak. This particular stretch of the Omis Riviera is tucked inside a bay and features some of the cleanest and clearest waters on the Dalmatian coast. Nestled between mainland Croatia and the Island of Brac, this waterway has never been used for commercial shipping and remains pristine and unspoiled. The beach is especially good for families and small children as the beach slopes gradually from shallow to deep. Visitors can rent boats or enjoy water-sports like diving, snorkeling, sailing and surfing in this unspoiled haven, or simply relax in the sun.

Food & Drink

Enjoy traditionally prepared local dishes at one of the several restaurants within walking distance from the house. Or prepare your own food in the full kitchen or outdoor grilling area at Villa Reed. Cool off in the afternoon with drinks or ice cream at the Pelegrin Pub which overlooks a small harbor and boat dock.  Pisak also has a small grocery store where you can find an assortment of fresh meat and vegetables to prepare at home, also a short walk from the house.

  • Restaurant Porat
  • Restaurant Leut
  • The Pelegrin Pub
  • Pisak Grocery Store

The town of pisak

lunch on island brac

Day Trips

The diverse coastal towns surrounding Pisak are filled with beautiful restaurants, exciting activities, relaxing beaches and historical Dalmatian landmarks.

  • See Omis (17km) a historic city with a rich history of pirates.
  • Markarska (21km) A bustling tourist city with plenty of activities for the entire family.
  • Explore the ancient city of Split (40km) and walk the winding corridors of the most well-preserved Roman palace in the world.
  • Rafting on the Cetina River
  • Visit the Island of Brac and other nearby islands by boat.
  • See the freshwater, underground springs of Vrulja.