You will get a completely different picture of the island of islands if you dare climb one of its hills. Most of these lookout points are accessible via steep, less or more tended paths. Some of the trails are marked, while you will find out about the others only from conversations with the locals. Once you discover them you will jealously keep the secret to preserve the view all for yourself. These lookout points will be particularly interesting for hedonists, adventurers, and tourists looking for active holidays. Cyclists will find some of the most interesting trails here. Besides a beautiful view, most of these lookout points also offer an interesting background story. At these lookout points you will experience the history and the present of the island of islands, and it will seem that you can see its future on the endless horizon decorated with islands.
The highest peak of Murter Island is Raduč at 128 m and is located in the village Murter. There you will find tunnels from World War II that will evoke a part of the mystery of this island. Climb on the plateau above the tunnel and try to see the whole vista of the horizon. The plateau on the hill will provide extraordinary views of the Murter waters, Kornati Islands, the Murter Archipelago, Murter Island and the surrounding area all the way to the mountain of Velebit. In Murter, visit the hill Vršine with the church of St. Rocco. The hill Vršine is especially attractive in the summer months when various, always very popular cultural events take place here. The must-visit lookout point is situated on the hill Gradina between Murter and Betina. If you go up to the top of the lookout point marked by a cross, on one side at the foot of the hill you will see the archaeological remains of the villa rustica and the ancient city of Colentum, and on the other side, the view of the whole island. Further, in Jezera on the hill Kružak, you will find the church of St. Constantius, and if you climb over the Murtar cove, you will see a stone pile of strange shape that the locals call Pudarica. It is presumed that Liburnians used it to signal their ships with fire. Tisno also hides beautiful lookout points. You will find the highest peak of Tisno, Ravničina, by taking the Way of the Cross to the Church of Our Lady of Karavajo. Well hidden from people, with a barely visible trail, you will have an unforgettable view. There you will find interesting stone structures that were most likely used as a lookout. One of the most famous lookout point is the hill Brošćica with the Church of Our Lady of Karavajo. In addition to the pilgrimage site, this lookout point also hides an interesting trail in the silence of the forest, which only rare visitors discover, and when you reach the end of the trail, it will seem as if you can embrace the centre of Tisno. A beautiful view stretches from the hill by the church of St. Andrew, and you can reach it by two routes – from the beach of St. Andrew, or walking down the Vlado Mićo street. The land side of Tisno and any steep slope leading up to the top of Gomilica offers views of the Tisno channel and neighbouring Betina and Murter. Gračina, a lookout point you can reach by an asphalted path, with a view of the entire Murter Island and the surrounding islets, offers a view of the hinterland, especially Ivinj with the church of St. Martin and the villa rustica. From there, you will also see Vodice, as well as part of the Šibenik hinterland.