Start in Trstenik: the Church of St. Trinity – Cultural center –the building of elementary school St. Sava – The House of Katić – Trstenik Museum – iron bridge over Morava – The Church of St. Petka on Vetrenjak – Ljubostinja Monastery – the return to Trstenik over the concrete bridge on Morava.
Profile: Hiking and bicycle tour
Time needed to complete the tour: 5 hrs hiking, 2 hrs by bicycle
Lowest point: Trstenik (172m above sea level)
Highest point: Đula (438m above sea level)
Terrain: asphalt, macadam, forest road
Hiking conditions: safe in any weather, from spring till autumn.
Activities: walking, mountain climbing, biking, walking the dog, hunting, fishing, herbalist, picking mushrooms and forest fruit, taking snap shots, culture, history, trying homemade foods and beverages.
The Trail of Princess Milica connects monuments that have marked the history and cultural identity of Trstenik people for good.
Access to the trail by car or bus is possible in Trstenik itself, as well as from the national road Kruševac – Kraljevo. In dry weather it is possible to go by car all the way to St. Petka Church.
Visitors who opt for walking in nature, and do not have a high level of fitness, are offered a shorter and less demanding trail which can be completed in 2 hours of light walking. Once you rest your tired feet by St. Petka Church, marvel in the glorious view; use the shortcut to go back to the asphalt road to Ljubostinja.
There are two resting places, sport fields, one resting facility, several restaurants, winery, several info-boards, mountaineers’ signs.