This route goes through the settlements of Grab, Velić, Jabuka and Gaz. It follows the springs of Česma and Smrdelj dating back to 1902. The route also includes sightseeing of the mill of Grab. The village Kozina boasts wonderful rural architecture, traditionally built, using carved stone, assembled in uniform layers. Farmsteads usually include single storey buildings, used for living and bungalows, used for cattle. These houses mostly had gabled roofs covered with stone slabs. Most houses also have „balatura“ – a kind of porch with stairs that lead to the first floor of the building, typical of Dalmatian architecture.