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Trail of Stone Stairs

The Trail of Stone Stairs winds through the wooded area around the four largest towns in the municipality of Vinodol – Bribir, Drivenik, Grižane-Belgrad and Tribalj. The lovely looped walk begins and ends in the centre of Grižane. It is about 4.5 kilometres long and, in addition to 1300 steps carved out of stone, features a series of cultural and historic monuments and several rocks suitable for rock climbing. Besides being a great recreation spot, the trail is of great importance as a tourist attraction as well, revealing interesting stories from recent past, as it served as the main way connecting the wooded areas and the four small towns. People living in the villages in the municipality of Vinodol used the trail for carrying grapes, figs, cherries and salt in World War II which they exchanged for corn, potatoes and beans in the Gorski kotar area. Every day they would cross this arduous path to exchange their produce for other basic commodities.
The walk passes through the village of Gobići, the birthplace of the celebrated Croatian miniature artist Julije Klović (1498-1578) known worldwide as the Michelangelo of miniature. From Gobići it leads up to the cutting of Mt. Klamaruša and two attractive caves and comes out on the very top of the mountain, at an altitude of 500 m above sea level. It is connected to the Litica hiking trail leading back to the other side of the village of Grižane.

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Vinodol Eyes: panoramic views from six belvederes

There are six panoramic sites surrounding the town of Novi Vinodolski affording stunning views of the area. They are very popular with recreationists and tourists interested in the natural, cultural and other attractions of the region. Three of them - Mahavica, Pridva and Slipica - are situated in the Vinodol Municipality, while Gradina, Sviba and Kuk belong to the municipality of Novi Vinodolski. They are all considered areas of special landscape value and can be easily reached by bus or minibus.
The belvederes are located next to a 65 km long stretch of road linking the borders of the Vinodol Municipality and the town of Novi Vinodolski, attracting numerous motorized visitors, cyclists, mountain climbers, photographers and everyone enjoying a beautiful landscape.

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Novi Vinodolski promenades and bike trails

Way-marked bike trails stretch for 300 km, extending from the coast and winding through Vinodol and its beautiful forests. There are six trails, each marked with a different colour and different in terms of difficulty, length and ascent steepness. There is something for everyone here! The easiest one is the recreational Blue Trail. It is 38 km long with the highest point at 250 m above sea level. The 74 km Green Trail (aka Sports Trail) is the most demanding one, with a climb to 912 metres above sea level. The looped Brown Trail is 50 km long and starts and ends in Novi Vinodolski. The Crimson Trail (The Trail of Lilies) is 44 km long and thrills with its panoramic view from Velika Kapela across the sea to the islands of Krk, Cres and Lošinj and the beautiful view of Istria and Mt. Velebit. The trail passes through the habitat of the protected Carniolan lily. The Purple Trail (The Trail of Violets) is 56 km long and the Yellow Trail (The Scenic Trail) extends over 48 km of lovely nature. All routes meander through the marvellous intact nature of Vinodol and its woods and every cyclist will enjoy a fantastic ride through the wonderful landscape.
The coastal towns are connected by long seaside promenades, such as The Path of the Waves linking Novi Vinodolski and Jadranovo, while coast footpaths at higher altitudes reward climbers with magnificent views of the area.

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The Love Path

The captivating name has won this path many admirers, but its beauty is not falling behind. The path linking Crikvenica and the green inland area of Vinodol displays many cultural and historical attractions.
The name Love Path probably dates back to 1930s when couples in love started to visit this romantic environment in ever increasing numbers.
It is assumed that the path is the work of engineer Ante Premužić. It is lovely in so many ways because it has everything: pine trees, aromatic Mediterranean plants, a castle built in the late Romanesque period and lovely views of the Vinodol Valley, Kvarner and the Velebit Channel. Obviously, to those who are in love, have been in love or are just about to fall in love the symbolic meaning of its name will be enough to come here and enjoy this stunning natural setting.

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