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When we arrive at our destination, the first stop is next to the monument to the Croatian King Petar Svačić. This is where the beautiful Visovac viewpoint is located. A short break and onward journey, we get off the bus on the bank of the Krka River, we continue on foot. The total time we will go is about 4 hours. Don’t worry, the walk will be pleasant and relaxed. We start on the hiking trail “Roški slap – Visovac”, the first stop is the Kamičak fortress.
Kamičak Fortress is a medieval fortress located on an inaccessible rock on the left bank of the Krka River. In the Middle Ages, Kamička belonged to the powerful noble family Nelipić.
According to legend, the remains of the court of the last Croatian king Petar Svačić († 1097) can be found at the foot of the Kamička.
The hiking trail leads us to the approximately 650 year old Skelin mill, which has been preserved in its original form with elements of modernization. The mill has a collection of old authentic items and four original millstones.
Right next to the mill is the “Kristijan” farm, where delicacies from this region await us. Bon Appetit.
Strengthened, we continue our hike to Roški slap, then to “Oziđana Pečina”. This prehistoric site is located at the top of the gorge above Roški slap and numerous traces of human habitation have been found (fragments of ceramic vessels, stone artifacts, human skeletons …).
After this location, it is only a few minutes’ walk to our accommodation in hotel Roški slap.
Well-deserved afternoon rest, dinner and overnight stay.
Breakfast and bus ride to Krka Monastery. The spiritual center of the Orthodox believers – the Krka (Holy Archangel) Monastery is located on the Krka River. The monastery is mentioned for the first time in 1402. Next to the monastery is a Byzantine style church. Below the church are ancient Roman catacombs, everything is open to visitors.
The next attractions are Burnum – Amphitheater and Burnum. Burnum was a Roman military camp that was established around the turn of the millennium, probably during the reign of Emperor Claudius. The amphitheater could hold at least 6,000 spectators, which makes it clear that it was an important military center.
We continue our bus trip to the Brljan viewpoint. From this vantage point you can see a lush sub-Mediterranean vegetation, the former mills, small pastures and cultivated fields. The road continues to Nečven Fortress, the last few meters have to be covered on foot.
The medieval fortress Nečven was built on the edge of a cliff on the left bank of the Krka.
The first rulers were the noble Nelipić family, at the beginning of the 16th century Nečven was conquered by the Turks, in whose hands it remained until 1688. The Turks brought a military garrison into the fortress and made it the seat of Nahija, then Sanjak and Kadiluk of Krk. After the Turks withdrew, Nečven was set on fire and half destroyed.
After all these impressive places, a well-deserved lunch will follow in one of the nearby restaurants.