- Rabac – ‘The Pearl of Kvarner Bay’ (beautiful pebble beaches and crystal clear sea, food & wine offer right at the sea, the promenade)
- A journey to the past: Teleferika – the former cable car and bauxite transport port in Rabac
- Bays (Maslinica, Remac, Babina, Šeničina, Prtlog), holm oak forest (protected landscape)
- Prtlog (Duga Luka) – the port of Labin in ancient, medieval and Venetian times, during Venetian times galleys sailed into the port, Bronze Age hill fort, ruins of lime kilns for lime production, old olive oil production plant ruins, small bauxite port
- Where the hills meet the sea – Gondolići (13th century Romanesque church of St. Gall)
Your adventure begins in Maslinica bay, which used to be called Tihina and where people from the surrounding villages grew olives. Every human being desires and needs a quiet harbor, so head to Teleferika – the former cable car and the port for the transport of bauxite, which offers a breathtaking view of Rabac.
Continue along the shore to Remac bay, and then to cape Sv. Juraj. Beautiful views and scents of Mediterranean herbs will follow you along the entire trail. The vegetation in this area is extremely important because it is one of the few quality holm oak forests declared a protected landscape. After Seničina bay, you’ll come to Prtlog, the place which served as the main port of Labin in ancient, medieval and Venetian times, and where the galleys docked at that time. The highest point of the peninsula once boasted a hill fort from the Bronze Age. On your way you’ll see the remains of an old oil mill (toš in the local dialect) used for olive oil production, and only five minutes from the trail there’re ruins of a lime kiln, once used for making lime.
Instead of galleys, nowadays in the port of Prtlog locals keep their boats. You’ll also come across the small old bauxite transport harbor. From Prtlog bay the trail takes you to Gondolići from where you’ll return to Rabac.