A little hard to find the start, just using the tourist map. If you find the Albatross Hotel then look across the road and up the hill, you will see a small asphalt road going up. Follow that all the way to the main road. Carefully cross the road and look for the billboard which has the map.
This was a fabulous walk - the grade is fairly gentle but constantly up hill along long zigzag paths. The paths slowly make their way up a very steep hill. The views across the coast are amazing. The walk is a little tough on your feet - loose stones.
Once you get to the town, after about one and a half hours, the path becomes much steeper, but before you know it - about 40 minutes for us - you are at the Ron Brown memorial. All the more interesting because of all the controversy surrounding the crash. The path down back to the town is a different one, and a little less steep, then retrace your steps back to Cavtat.
We were not aware of the restaurant until our return, but have been told it features truly authentic Croatian cuisine.
This is a much different walk, and in our opinion more worthwhile, than the more common foot track from Cavtat to Cilipi. Do them both and decide for yourself!
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