Cetina is a river that belongs to the Adriatic basin and it is situated in Split-Dalmatia County. Its length is 105 km and flows into the Adriatic Sea near the town of Omis.
Cetina springs at an altitude of 385 its northwestern slopes of Dinara, near the village of Cetina, 7 km north of Vrlika, according to which the river was named. The source of Cetina is the lake over a hundred feet deep and 15 km long.
The Peruća lake is an artificially created lake by a dam on the Cetina river 25 km downstream. After the lake, the river flows southward through karst areas, fields and canions, to the sea.
The lower part of the river Cetina is due to the relatively large height differences used for the construction of several major hydro-power plants (Peruća, Orlovac, Đale, Zakučac and Kraljevac hydro power plants).
RAFTING ON THE CETINA RIVER
Rafting is a sport usually taking place on rivers, where a group of people (between 4 and 10) flows in a rubber boat down a series of river rapids, with the aim of adventure and companionship. Rafting belongs to a group of extreme sports and mainly is used for recreation, but sometimes for competitions
Rafting boats are made of extremely resistant multilayer rubber and have several separate air chambers. The length of the boat for rafting is between 3 and 6 meters.
Each passenger in a rafter is equipped with a paddle, floating vest and protective helmet. Precise instructions are given to beginners who must be strictly observed during the rafting.
Rafting is divided into six classes according to the difficulty of flowing.