20 – Sunny postcard
What do Seget Donji, Seget Vranjica, Seget Gornji, Bristivica, Prapatnica and Ljubitovica have in common – obviously, apart from the fact that they belong to the same municipality? To answer that question, the best option is to visit each of these places and find their similarities and differences for yourself. However, in order to prepare in advance, the solution is hidden in the style of construction of their churches. Whether it is St. John’s, St. Elijah’s or St. Vitus’s You, you will notice that all the churches are single-aisled, with a bell tower on the main facade and of small dimensions. In order to notice the differences, you need to “go out into the field”, which is a perfect opportunity to discover the lesser-known places, but also the interesting surroundings of this beautiful destination. Because, located close to the protected core of Trogir, the Segets Riviera is guarded by the island of Čiovo on one side and the Marina Peninsula on the other, while a number of small towns with traces of millennial events are hidden in its hinterland.
This trail is characterized by two demanding climbs, a fast, flat section and a very dynamic descent with constant gradients. Being 57 km long and with a difference in altitude of 883 m, it belongs to the trail category of medium difficulty. The first 11 km are ridden on undulating terrain, and near Gustirna a very demanding, 3.4 km long climb begins, where the gradients exceed 16% in some points, while the average gradient is 6.2% due to the flattening halfway up the climb. This is followed by a descent towards Rastovac, where you should ride carefully due to the steep gradients and one hairpin bend. The ascent from Mitlo to Saša is 3.4 km long with an average gradient of 5.7 and a maximum of 13%. This is followed by a slightly undulating 22 km long section in which 230 m of altitude is accumulated until the descent back towards Seget. The descent is very long and fast with numerous hairpin bends, although it does have a constant gentle gradient that averages around -5%. The descent is very long and fast with a number of hairpin bends, although it still has a constant gentle gradient that averages around -5%. It is ridden on a combination of narrow local roads at the beginning of the trail and wide national roads on the second half of the trail. A compact crankset is recommended due to several steep sections during the first climb near Gustirna.
Seget Donji – Gustirna – Mitlo – Blizina Gornja – Prgomet – Labin Dalmatinski – Plano – Seget Donji
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