Available: every day
Starting point: Baška
A guided walking tour begins in front of the Hotel Forza where you will meet a guide with the beautiful view on the Baška beach. Ascending towards the plateau of the Moon, you will hear the story of the ruins of the old Baška castle destroyed by the Venetians in 1380.
We will stop at the church of St. Ivan is important to all locals. There is a local cemetery that offers a beautiful panoramic view of Baška. Looking towards Baška, you will hear the story of how Baška, its port, and people's occupations have changed throughout history. We will also look at the graves of people who contributed a lot to the development of tourism in Baška.
We will continue on a well-maintained hiking trail that gently climbs through a pine forest. The forest is planted on a rocky outcrop where vineyards once grew, and we’ll also reveal to you what the idea is behind building the road we walk on.
Not far from the trail is the Stražica lookout point, from which maritime traffic used to be monitored
The ascent to almost 400 m above sea level will reward us with a beautiful view of the vast sea area bordered by numerous islands and the mountain Velebit.
The trail ends on a bare rocky plateau that looks like the moon and is divided by beautiful dry stone walls, built for livestock.
1-20 people - 900 kn / 119.45 €
Minimum number of persons: 1
Maximum number of people: 20
2+ days before departure - free cancellation
1-2 days before arrival - 30% of the total amount will be charged
0-24 hours before arrival - 70% of the total amount will be charged
In case of bad weather, the organizer has the right to cancel or postpone the agreed trip with the right to a refund.
- Guided tour
- Beautiful views
- Take the camera
- Put on your sneakers
- Take drinking water
- Pets allowed
- Bring hiking shoes
Languages in which the service is available
- Gathering in front of the Hotel Forza
- Church of St. Ivan and a panoramic view of Baška
- Panoramic view above the Baška valley
- Panoramic view from the Stražica peak
- Arrival on the "Moon" plateau
- For everyone (1 of 5)
What to bring
- Sun protection cream
- Drinking water
- Sun glasses
- Hiking shoes