3 water sources near the village Riminići.

Three water sources in the hills with many limestone cliffs, near the village of Rimanići. These springs, which are located at an altitude of approximately 390 meters, drain into the Grajanski stream. The view is on the place Pičan and the Učka Mountains.

Name: 3 water sources near the village Riminići.

Place: Near Riminići – (Pičan).

Coordinates: I 45.19735N – 14.02647 E, II 45.19817 N – 14.02482 E.n III 45.19794 N – 14.02451 E, Riminiči 45.19793 N- 14.02423  E.

 

Trail from the village of Tresk to the Mazarin watermill on the river Dragonja.

Restored in 2019, this watermill, which is said to be 300 years old, has a wooden and iron water wheel and was still in operation until 1970. In the current situation, the system of canals and channels for the supply and discharge of water is still in place.

 

Name: Trail from the village of Tresk to the Mazarin watermill on the river Dragonja.

Place: Trsek – (Koper).

Coordinates: Trsek 45.48132 N – 13.83114 E, watermill 45.47739 N – 13.84282 E.

Sentona trail 804 from Maslinica cove Rabac to Labin.

This trail, named after the goddess Sentona, the patroness of travelers, passes through a conservation area, and largely along the Pečina and Scurak streams with large and smaller waterfalls, brooks and limestone barriers. Near the large waterfall close to Rabac is a water spring and the ruins of watermills. The ruins of a Romanesque churh St. Hadran are located on an old path that connected Labin with Rabac.

For more pictures and the cave Nigri see the posts 2018-03-08 and 2019-06-22.

 

Name: Sentona trail 804 from Maslinica cove Rabac to Labin.

Places: Rabac – Labin.

Coordinates: Start 45.08166 N – 14.14566 E, Labin 45.08699 N – 14.12489 E, Ruins Romanesque church St. Hadran  45.08314 N – 14.14125 E.

Trail from Tinjan along the river Draga to Kringa and the villages Pajci and Jakovci.

See too the posts from 2020-02-01, 2018-09-14, 2017-02-24, 2015-02-14 and 2014-04-08.

Name: Trail from Tinjan along the river Draga to Kringa and the villages Pajci and Jakovci.

Places: Tinjan, Kringa, Pajci and Jakovci.

Coordinates: Tinjan 45.21678 N – 13.84120 E, Kringa: 45.18315 N – 13.83494 E.

Trail from Mošćenička – Draga to the hamlets Potoki and Trebiška -Perun.

This trail from the village Mošćnička-Draga through a deep gorge to the hamlets of Potoki and Trebišća – Perun. A path of special significance because, after Roman rule, the first Slavic colonialists settled here, but also the area for beliefs and myhical events on which the life cycle is based. The inhabitants engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry as well as other artisanal practices until the mid-20th century when many villages were burned in the Učka Mountains during the 2nd World War. The now abandoned hamlet of Trebišca, which lies in a deep gorge devoid of sunlight for four winter months, has been the actual mythical place of the Slavs, which is reflected in the name of “sacrifice”. The boundary between two worlds and the place of conflict between the gods Perun (the god of thunder and lightning) and the serpent Veles (the god of the earth, the water and the underworld). The water mill is located on the Potok stream and originates from the Middle Ages and is now restored.

 

Name: Trail from Mošćenička – Draga to the hamlets Potoki and Trebiška -Perun.

Places: Potoki – Trebiška – Perun – (Mošćenička).

Coordinates: Mošćaenička – Draga 45.24093 N – 14.24968 E, Potoki 45,25223 N – 14.22626 E, Trebiška – Perun 45.25519 N -14.27316 E.