Javna ustanova Park prirode Učka
Liganj 42
51415 Lovran

This circular trail is a combination of artistic interventions in the form of land art and the natural beauty of Ćićarija, i.e. its southern areas around the cliffs of Stražica and the pastures of Sapaćica. The trail is not demanding so it is suitable for parents with children, the eldery and other visitors looking for a pleasant and easy walk through the nature.

The guiding idea behind the trail is to raise awarness of the importance of the connection between men and nature. Meni s, regardless of the alienation and bustle of today’s way of life, an inseparable part of nature. As you walk, inhale the fragrance of the forest, listen to its sounds, feel the moist soil under your fingers and feel the powerful energy of nature around you. Don’t forget to look for the land art that will prompt you to contemplate and meditate. Stan din silence, feel nature and connect with it as you observe the artistic work.

Duration of the trekking tour: ca. 3:00 h 

Trail length: 6.5 km

Difficulty: Easy

Read more about the Land art trail here.

Did you know?

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The „Two towers“ trail

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The Roman cheese

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Slavic mythology

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