The thesis deals with spatial development of discarded agricultural land in Crikvenica in Croatia. The analyses carried out show that there is a justified purpose for its existence not only for the profit and the development of the wider urban area, but also for improving the life - quality of the population by continuously preserving existing greenery and increasing the number of green areas within the city, thus preventing the further construction and devastation of the coastal area, as well as the enrichment of the tourist offer, which is very important for mentioned area. The agro - zone is also followed by the idea of a circular route that links the sights and other natural features of Crikvenica and the neighbouring Vinodol municipality. With the revitalization of the former autochthonous nature of this area - the tradition of cultivating the soil, it is primarily intended to provide additional life - quality for the population, while at the same time trying to improve the environment for tourists. The solution envisages the arrangement of agricultural land, which would include typical local crops, located mainly in the northwest - southwest direction (the effect of characteristic winds), but individually according to the slope of the terrain and other cultivation needs. The layout of the fields is mainly based on the cultural heritage (drywall) and cultivation of crops is in accordance with their construction. Throughout the area, two larger footpaths form the skeleton of the entire area and hold most of the contents: information points, grape processing, wine cellars and tasting areas, aromatic herbs and fig dryers, an olive mill, catering facilities and workshops, open sales stands for tasting products directly from the field. There is also a network of intervention routes that facilitate access to the agricultural plots. In addition to all this, the activation of the agro - zone and the idea of a circular route, would also contribute to the connection of a rather fragmented coastline and its hinterland, which would make room for the affirmation of the entire area as well as for the creation of new contents, which would ultimately mean general progress for the city and its population.