The existing Biševo Geotrail, which originated in Mezoporat and lead to Polje, then Salbunara and ended in Porat, has now been added new legs from Polje to the Biševo’s highest point Stražbenica, then Potok, ending at Cape Gatula. Thus the Visitor Centre is now connected to Mezoporat, Porat, Gatula, Salbunara and Stražbenica.
Next to the trail, intended for walking and cycling, there are signposts, information panels, cycle stands, gazebos, a viewpoint with a panoramic telescope, as well as two cameras used for observing the nesting of Eleonora’s falcon. Four coastal artillery batteries had been renovated and transformed into rest areas with tables.
Next to the trails, the visitors can find a total of 25 information panels, presenting the tourist map of Biševo and the most important locations of the island, such as the Blue Cave, the Monk Seal Cave, Salbunara cove etc. They also present features of Biševo, such as its vegetation, the most important animal species – the common bottlenose dolphin, the Eleonora’s falcon and the passage birds; the speleological and geological phenomena and objects, historical buildings such as the old Biševo school, the Church of St. Silvester, the Roman well and artillery batteries, as well as the traditional agriculture of the island.
The concept of educational-thematic trails that are used for the interpretation of the natural and cultural heritage, has both an educational and recreational character. The visitors may choose any segment of the educational trail, in line with their preferences, fitness and abilities.