Stanići is a small, former fishing village and now a famous tourist resort located on the long pebble beach that leads you to the crystal clear waters. Stanići near Omiš is the right place for relaxation away from stress and the speedy way of life. You can relax far from the noise of traffic, in the shade of tamarisk and vine trees, with the sounds of waves and birds singing. Stanici is the perfect place to enjoy the benefits of the Mediterranean. The old village of Stanići is situated about 300 meters from the sea. It is a small village with only a dozen of old stone houses. Old inhabitants of Stanići were mostly fishermen and not farmers because they lacked agricultural land. Inhabitants of Stanići have moved to this area eight generations before, from the place Zvečanje (hamlet of Stanići) in middle Poljica, so they did not initially have, in ownership, any land and were forced to engage in fishing. Legend has it that from Zvečanje came a father with three sons, one went to the island of Brač, second one to Makarska, and the third one to the east of Omiš where he founded the village Stanići. Of those three the most numerous lineage is the one in Stanići. Stanići have always administratively and ecclesiastically belonged to the town of Omiš, which is 3 km away. Makarska is located 30 km east of Stanići. After the construction of the Adriatic Highway (1962) and the rapid development of tourism Stanići were mostly moved from the old village of Stanići to the new village, which was built by the sea, on a pebble beach in the bay of Velika Luka. Stanići today, because of its beautiful long, pebbly beaches, clean sea and kind hosts is a famous tourist destination in Dalmatia. (Source: stanici.net)
Apartments Matas are located 3km from the city center of Omiš towards Makarska, in the village of Stanići at the address Tice 30. The apartments are just 40m away from the beach and 50m away from the road, which gives us privilege of peacefulness and silence throughout the year. The apartments are situated on the crossroad of mountain winds and winds from the sea, which makes this location perfect for all guests who have asthma or allergies problems. The apartments are suitable for families and guests who love peace and quiet, as well as birds singing from nearby forest and orchards. Stanići (Tice) have well organized infrastructure when it comes to food supplies, with two grocery stores, a fruit shop and a caffe bar only 40 meters away from the apartments. Our household is eco-oriented, as we are engaged in growing our own fruits and vegetables which can be seen on cascade gardens surrounding the apartments. We are also farming and producing aromatic and curative teas. The microclimate in the area is very pleasant throughout the year with a very mild and enjoyable Mediterranean climate, plenty of sun, a natural water spring on the property, very rich soil and dens plants which provide natural shade during the summer. The location of each apartment offers an astonishing view towards the sea and the island of Brač.
to our little oasis of peace! We are the Matas family, one of the first families to inhabit the part of Stanići called Tice. We are landlords with a long tradition and experience in tourism. See for yourself!
the second largest city in Croatia, was founded around 298 AD when the Roman Emperor Gaius Aurelius Valerius Diocletian decided to build in the Split bay near their place of birth of Salona, the area of today's Solin. Through subsequent turbulent centuries palace was transformed into a city inhabited by people of Salona before the onslaught of Avars and Slavs. The city began to expand, and has been under the rule of Croatian kings in the 10th century, the Hungarians, the Venice administration, and later ruled by the French and Austro-Hungarians. Split, today a big city, full of Mediterranean charm, whispering about the important and interesting history. It is located only 33 km from Stanići.
Omis is located in the southern Croatian region of Dalmatia. It is situated exactly at the point where the river Cetina enters the Adriatic Sea, just 30 km from the second largest Croatian city of Split, and 3 km from Stanići. Omis has eight churches from the eighth and eighteenth centuries, which create a historical note to this small Mediterranean town, with fort Mirabela, which is located above the town, which in the ancient times served as a refuge for pirates who raided the Adriatic Sea. The natural environment makes Omis ideal destination to visit if you enjoy rafting, free climbing or just walking through the canyon.
The town of Makarska is situated around a natural harbor defended by the peninsula of St Peter and Osejava cape. It is the only port of its kind between the mouth of the Cetina and Neretva river. In ancient times this port served as a refuge for sailors, pirates and merchants, from stormy weather. Makarska is located below the Velebit mountain (1762m), some 33 km from Stanići. The best way to learn about the interesting history of Makarska is to visit the Franks monastery which recently celebrated its five hundred years.
The city of Trogir, located some 25 km from Split and 58 km from Stanići, was one of the biggest cultural centers in Dalmatia in the 13th century, enriched with masterpieces of master Radovan and Ivan Lucius, who flooded the city with world-renowned sculptures, architecture and paintings. The old town center was formed between the 13th and 15th centuries within defensive walls that were returned by Venice in the 15th century. They have also added two fortresses Kamerlengo and Fortress St. Mark that have been preserved to this day. Small narrow streets, squares, bars, restaurants, souvenir shops and galleries, along with various cultural events in the open make this town a real pearl of the Mediterranean.