Meet up with your group in the morning in the city of Trogir’s wooden bridge. Then follow along with your guide as you proceed on a 3-hour trek through the countryside of an area known as the “Seget Riviera.”
Follow a hiking trail called “Napoleon’s Path,” established during the days of Napoleonic Europe, which eventually joins up with a Roman road leading into the nearby Draga River Valley. As you walk through the pastoral countryside, you’ll enjoy coastal views of nearby islands like Brač, Vis, Hvar, Šolta, and Drvenik, and stop to climb Sutilija Hill, where you can view the medieval-era St. Elijah’s Church.
Keep hiking until you reach the picturesque coastal village of Seget Gornji, where you’ll take a break to catch your breath and relax. Then head back to Trogir to finish at the original starting point.