The municipality of Lovinac is located in the south of Lika, on the edge of the Lika basin, which is naturally connected with the fields of Grachac, in the triangle Gospich - Udbina - Grachac. A special geographical border in the sub-Mediterranean area from the south, southeast and west is marked by the Velebit massif. Remains of Iapodian forts such as Rukavinska, Vrkljanska, Cvitusha and Razvala; the remains and the reconstructed Roman road under Cvitush and the remains of a medieval hillfort in the Lovinac region such as Novak grad with Shtulich's tower, Vranik, Budak, Zagon, Lukavac and Lovinac are witnesses of the centuries-old settlement of the Lovinac region. Today, the municipality of Lovinac is best known for its preserved and protected natural values: attractive natural landscape, dense and untouched forest, numerous karst phenomena, clean rivers and streams. The area of the municipality of Lovinac includes the highest peaks of the Paklenica National Park, such as the special reserve "Sveto brdo" and a large part of the Velebit Nature Park.
№603 in Cities of Croatia