The route introduces one of the most famous archeological monuments in the country - Spigino Cape and the island.
1985 - 1986 studies of the Spigino Cape showed that it is a unique Mesolithic monument. Remains of a Mesolithic camp were found in Spigino rage, and a large collection of flint artefacts was found. The people who lived here buried their dead on the hill of Spigin Island. 4 graves were found in it. Three of them are from the Mesolithic period, which according to radiocarbon studies date back to 6660. pr. Kr. to 3775 pr. Kr. and one tomb of the late Neolithic, where the deceased was buried tied around 2600 m. pr. Kr.
The length of the trail is 2.5 km, the duration is 1.5 hours.