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<IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/9038_lega.jpg align=left>The Plesnik family is one of the three oldest and most distinguished families in Logarska Dolina, and the pioneers of tourism in this breath-taking valley in the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. Logarska valley is an ideal starting point for hiking trips to the surroundings, and offers a host of other recreation opportunities: cross-country skiing, cycling, mushroom-picking, hunting. <BR><BR> <IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6371_kulinarika.jpg align=left>At the farm, which has a certificate for organic farming, you will be served various homemade delicacies. They are especially proud of their breakfasts and surprise their guests with platters offering homemade savinjski želodec, salami, cheese, jams, butter, and juices. They also offer delicious breakfasts for vegetarians. <br> <BR> <BR><IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/7737_program.jpg align=left>The Logarska dolina Valley and the surrounding peaks with their enchanting beauty and numerous possibilities for active holidays attract hikers, climbers, bicyclists, and everyone who loves nature.<BR> <BR><BR><br>

This farm is located at the heart of the Triglav National Park and more precisely in the Trenta Valley. It is situated at the end of a little-frequented road near a forest and the Soča River. The house has three apartments, and there are two independent small houses that you can hire. Children can play on the playground, there are sporting accessories available and there is even a vegetable garden. They serve their guests breakfast and dinner: homemade bread, bread buns, dried meat products made of mutton and pork produced at the farm as well as venison dishes, zaseka spread, cheese, cottage cheese with čompa potatoes, homemade pastry, vegetables and fruit served in the main room of the farmhouse with a small library and a play corner for children. The younger members of the family – Matevž, Jakob, Gregor and the youngest, Maruša, will happily present the wonders of living on a mountain farm that is home to Jaki the donkey, Pika the mare, sheep and lambs, pigs, chickens, Medo the dog and cats. As the Pretner family knows the national park well, they are an invaluable source of information necessary for wandering around the beautiful natural surroundings that are at arm’s reach for all those staying at the farm. The information centre of the Triglav National Park, the source of the Soča River, the Soča trail, the channels of the Mlinarica River and the beautiful Beladovec stream are all close by. There is also a long list of cultural and historical attractions that guests can visit.

The “POHORKA” Cojhter organic farm lies on the south part of Pohorje at 450 m above sea level in the village of Razvanje na Vrhah, near the Pohorje ski slopes, a short 8 minutes drive. Sitting on 7 hectares of land, the farm is more than 200 years old and has been recently renovated. It includes forests, orchards, meadows and gardens, and for many years has been preparing food in a healthy way. The inside rooms are all furnished in nature wood, which gives a personal warmth. By request, we can even accommodate small groups. Adequate parking is available.

<IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/9096_LEGA.jpg align=left><FONT face=Arial> Jezersko, which lies in a wide valley between the rocky Kamniške Alps and the forested Karavanke Mountains, is known as a mountain climate tourist resort. It is distinguished by its mild alpine air, clean and rich with ozone. The organic Malek Tourist Farm lies on a secluded and sunny site below imposing cliffs of Makekova Kočna. It has a rich tradition in tourism since it received its first guests in distant 1907.<br> They offer accommodations in standard or luxuriously furnished rooms with a marvelous view of the Kamniške-Savinjske Alps. Fortified by goodies from the farm kitchen, you can hike through an unspoiled mountain environment and spend an unforgettable day visiting remarkable valleys, Planšarsko Lake, Ovčja koča, Češka koča, and Čedca, Slovenia’s highest-lying waterfall.<br> </FONT> 

If you don’t have a problem getting up early in the morning, you will get the confirmation that you are truly in the heart of nature, in the midst of meadows along the Nanoščica stream and at the foot of Mount Nanos: you can observe deer while they graze in the morning from the balcony of your room at the Hudičevec establishment. The farm also breeds horses, cows, sheep and donkeys, so it is understandable that when conversation turns to the culinary menu, they will first highlight their dishes made with organically produced meat from the animals bred at home. They also prepare several types of soups, štruklji rolled dumplings with various fillings, numerous vegetable dishes and a multitude of desserts (potica cakes, štruklji rolled dumplings, strudels, etc.). Guests will find the smell and flavour of the bread baked in the wood-fired bread oven to be especially enticing. You will never be bored at this farm. The ten children are a guarantee that the farm is always a lively place. They also have a Finnish sauna and a fitness studio, and offer table tennis and table football (fussball). The outdoor areas are lit and have swings, slides and a sandbox for children, a picnic area, a bowling alley, a grassed football field, a beach volleyball court and a mini basketball court. You can also rent bicycles or see the rich Karst underground (Postojna Cave, Škocjan Caves) nearby, as well as the close by Lipica Stud Farm. Hikers can choose between ascending the mountains of Nanos, Vremščica, Slavnik or Snežnik.

The village of Čadrg is located in the Triglav National Park at an elevation of 700 metres above sea level. It is embraced by the Tolmin hills and has fewer than thirty inhabitants. The people there are truly in love with this piece of land under the hills that was first cultivated by their ancestors. The Bončin family living on the Pri Lovrču farm with 29 hectares of meadows and pastures pursue organic animal husbandry and make sure that the pastures do not become overgrown. Their principal activity is the production of cow’s milk that is processed at the village cheese dairy into the well-known autochthonous cheese, Tolminc, and albumin cottage cheese. They market their products under the Biodar organic food trademark. Even though animal husbandry and cheese making make for a lot of work, they are happy to take time for tourists who find their way into the village. They have arranged two apartments and will, with prior arrangement, serve their guests a lunch that is characteristic of the Tolmin hills. They also sell seasonal vegetables, walnuts and pear brandy. The hosts will never say no to an offer of help with the farm work. They recommend that guests go see Mount Razor, the source of the Tolminka River and the Tolmin chutes, ascend Mount Javorca, visit Kobarid and take to the mountain cycling trails.

Altitude: 1230 m Size of farm: 160 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Rooms: 1/2, 2/3, 1/4 Seating: 20 <IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/9833_PRVA.jpg align=left> Farms situated as high as the Perk farm is above Logarska dolina have the mountains in the palm of their hand. There is plenty of fresh air and peace in abundance. Here you can spend a very active holiday or simply relax and enjoy the singing of birds and the silence of the mountain forests. <BR><BR><IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/9834_DRUGA.jpg align=left>The food on the farm is all produced at home: vegetables, meat, and dairy products. They serve meals typical for the region, including delicious dried meat products, of course, and the hostess makes dumplings and žlikrofi, all served homemade juices. <BR><BR><IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/9838_TRETJA.jpg align=left>Everyone who decides to spend a vacation in the Logarska dolina area does so because of the fresh air and the hiking, whether just a few steps from the farm or to make your way with a knapsack on foot or by bicycle into the heart of the Alps. Collecting medicinal herbs is a pleasant pastime, and the family can tell you their uses. Every pair of hands is welcome with the farm work, and the smaller children will enjoy the playground arranged for them.

The hill on which the Vrbnjak organic tourist farm is located is not reached by the noise of traffic and you will also not see any industrial chimney stacks around. In the triangle between the towns of Ljutomer, Ptuj and Gornja Radgona, the conditions are favourable for organic food cultivation, which is why the Vrbnjak family pamper their guests with fresh vegetables from the garden in the summer and with preserved vegetables in winter. They also market their preserved vegetables successfully in organic stores. Meat products (sausages, salamis, meat dipped in a minced lard and pork mixture (tünka)), dairy products, bread from the wood-fired bread oven and kvasenica (sour cream and cottage cheese yeast cake), postržjača (cake filled with minced lard, garlic and cheese) and other pastries baked in the oven (to order) are also all homemade. You can take homemade wine, juices, teas and various brandies to the apartments designed in accordance with characteristic farm architecture. The farm has horses for the youngest visitors to ride as well as horses on which you can ride across the nearby meadows and forests. Horses are accompanied by other domestic animals that are a magnet for the children. They can play on the children’s playground, while parents can visit the nearby spas of Bioterme in Mala Nedelja or Terme Banovci as well as hike or cycle on trails arranged in the surroundings.

The Pri Lazarju tourist farm is situated on a hill with mounted binoculars that will let you see the capital and the mountain chain of the Kamnik and Savinja Alps, the Karavanke Mountain Range and the Julian Alps. “You can see whether the ski slopes on Krvavec are crowded,” jested the master of the house, while we enjoyed the vistas with snow falling all around us. Children who come to the farm with their parents quickly send their parents home after becoming masters of the ram, sheep and dog. The Bizjan family will teach them about nature, healthy diet, ecology and life on the farm. School groups learn about the occupation of a farmer, the forest and orchard, and take a journey through history and eco farming. The farm is, therefore, friendly to both accompanied and unaccompanied children. Visitors are offered many delicacies, some of which include ox meat, štruklji rolled dumplings, desserts and many more. They are willing to share the secrets behind their culinary specialties and take homemade brandy enthusiasts on a “journey” of discovery of these homemade products. If guests are willing to help in the farm chores, the host will be happy to delegate some to them.

Altitude: 780 m Size of farm: 200 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Rooms: 5/2, 1/3 Apartments: 1/2 (studio), 1/2, 1/4 Access by bus The Lenar Tourist Farm lies at the heart of Logarska valley, which is known as one of the most beautiful alpine valleys in the world. Flat-bottomed valley is surrounded by high mountains of Kamnik – Savinja Alps, which best represent the eastern part of the European Alpine territory. The Logarska valley gained the status of a Nature Park in 1987 due to its "outstanding cultural landscape and the level od nature's conservation". The valley itself is the most visited part of the Solčava district, which received a prestigious award, namely "European Destination of Excellence" in 2009. The location of the Lenar Tourist Farm provides an exceptional starting point for hiking, climbing in the surrounding mountains, as well as, hiking, jogging and cycling around the Logarska valley. In the winter time, we provide a cross country skiing trail and sledding (by night). The ski lift is just 1 km away. The nearby Tourist Information Centre provides our guests with intricate information on the characteristics of area, tourist facilities and any equipment for rental to be able to pursue active recreation in the natural environment. The two housing facilities pertaining to the farm have been thoroughly renovated following the architectural heritage and traditions of the area in 2010. Accommodation is available in the Upper House (4 rooms and 1 apartment) and Jerca House (2 rooms and 2 apartments). Accommodation facilities provide accommodation for 21 people not counting the extra beds. The farm guests can also make use of three common rooms, one of which has 22 seats available and a bread oven. The room is suitable for meetings and organizing seminars. The rooms and apartements all have balconies or terraces, bathrooms, tv sets and Internet access. The Lenar Tourist Farm offer the following basic services: bed, bed and breakfast, apartments rental, facility rental for larger groups to use for meetings or organization of seminars, sleeping in the hay barn and horse riding. The tourist farm has gained a status of an ecological farm by offering home-made products of fruit and berries. Dairy and meat products for breakfast are delivered from nearby ecological farms. Buffet breakfasts are quite generous and tailored to the wishes of guests. If requested, we also deliver food from surrounding farms or shops for the users of apartments. There is also the possibility to order main meals in the three nearby hotels and restaurants, with KH Ojstica only 100 meters away

The Čemas eco-farm is located in the heart of the Kolpa regional park, in the wonderful southern part of Slovenia, near border river Kolpa where during the summer nature offers opportunities for swimming, rowing, parachuting, hang-gliding, hunting, fishing, cycling and walks in the pristine nature of "Fair paths", and picnics in the autumn with chestnuts and a glass of wonderful home-made must. You can reach us if you take the Ljubljana-Novo mesto-Črnomelj-Vilnica-Zilje or the Ljubljana-Kočevje-Vilnica-Zilje roads. The Čamas tourist farm, with its eco-farming, is well-known for its traditional offer of products and harvest produced in an environmentally and people-friendly way. Along with organically produced and prepared fruit, we also offer dried fruit in the autumn, such as pears, apples, peaches, plums, and also juices... Throughout the year, we offer game and other dried meat products that are made following a completely organic method (the farm specialty is the game goulash), lunches and dinners for groups of up to 30 persons, organic food and drinks tastings for up to 50 persons, and overnight accommodation. For organized groups on prior request, we can make a presentation of organic farming and arrange a visit to stags, Scottish cattle and other animals we rear and that graze on our pastures. All our products are certified as BIODAR and EKOLOŠKI organic trademarks. These trademarks stand for foodstuffs produced and processed according to the standards for organic farming by the Union of Slovenian Organic Farmers Associations and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food.

<IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6599_lega.jpg align=left>Lying beside the Kolpa River, the farm is surrounded by forests and meadows. The six-member Konda family were once millers but now they concentrate of producing cheese and other products from their home produced milk. Guests will therefore see a dairy next to the house along with the old sawmill, flourmill, and double kozolec (hayrack). <BR>The farm never runs out of dairy products and they are always fresh. Homemade salami is always on offer as well, since the Kondas themselves will tell you that they adapt their cooking to the desires and age of their guests They also bake many kinds of bread from the wheat grown on their farm. <BR>It is not far from the farm to Bilpa, a picturesque karst spring, and guests usually visit the Kozica viewpoint, the oldest still-operating blacksmith shop on the Kolpa River, the many remarkable churches along the river, and, of course, Kostel Castle.

This farm is situated in Legen, near Šmartno pri Slovenj Gradcu, on the regional road leading to the well-known ski centre of Kope and is an excellent choice for all those who enjoy snowy adventures in winter. The four members of the family who run the farm are a mine of information about local traditions and customs and are experts on herbal remedies. A stay on the farm is an excellent opportunity to discover the varied flavours of the cuisine of the Koroška region. And if you buy some home-made honey, jam made with the farm's own fruit and delicious apple juice, you can continue to spoil your taste buds even when your visit to the farm is merely a pleasant memory. Families with children are more than welcome on the farm, which has its own children's playground. If you love nature, your hosts will invite you to watch the sunset or try birdwatching. The farm is also an excellent starting-point for various hikes and cycling trails and for visits to Uršlja Gora, Peca, Raduha, the Ribnica lakes and so on. The Berneker Trail begins on the farm. A visit to nearby Slovenj Gradec with the landlady Helena, who is a licensed local tourist guide, is an unforgettable experience.

<IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/7233_lega.jpg align=left>You can find the Logar Tourist Farm in the pleasant village of Žerovnica beside Cerknica Lake. Here you will be offered overnight accommodations in a neatly furnished Notranjska house (with an architectural award). <br>  <br> <IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6772_kulinarika.jpg align=left>Nearby is a house where you can refresh yourself with food prepared according to the standards of ecological farming. With advance notice they also offer one-day or weekend holidays and overnight stays with breakfast, lunch, or dinner. They also offer a vegetarian menu. You must not miss the “Days of Asparagus” in May, June is the “Month of Strawberries,” and in the autumn months the hosts prepare all kinds of autumn goodies. In addition, you can taste or buy homemade juices, jams, and dried fruits and stock up on apples for the winter.<br> <BR><IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6780_program.jpg align=left>The near and distant surroundings are full of places of interest to visit: Križna jama Cave, Snežnik Castle, Rakov Škocjan Regional Park, Mount Slivnica, Cerknica Lake, and many more. You will get more information when you make your reservations and when you arrive.<br>  <br>  <br> <BR> <BR><BR><BR><br>

Altitude: 700 m Size of farm: 40 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Rooms: 3/2, 4/3 Seating: 60 Access by bus Zakojca lies on the edge of the Primorska region (Slovenian littoral), on the border of the Tolmin and Cerkljansko regions, high above Baška grapa, on the hillside of the domed Mount Kojca. The farm of the Tušar family is situated at the beginning of the village. The farm is better known by the name Pri Flandru. The farm is sustainably run, which is why there is always plenty of homemade food such as juices, vegetables, potatoes and meat products like prosciutto, želodec salami, other salamis, zaseka spread, homemade bread and other delicacies from Marija’s kitchen. In addition to seeing other animals on the farm, children can ride horses and take a ride in a carriage. Along with learning horseback riding skills and cross country riding, guests can go on riding tours in the nearby surroundings lasting several days, whereby there are six horses at most available for any single tour. In the summer, they can cycle, ascend Mount Kojca (1303 m), Mount Porezen (1632 m), Črna prst and Rodica or play on the playground with their children. The surroundings abound in natural and cultural attractions. You can visit the Divje Babe archaeological site, the museum in Kobarid, the Franja Partisan hospital, the mercury mine in Idrija and many other natural and cultural attractions. You can also drive to the rivers Idrijca or Bača for some fishing or swimming. There are certainly many more interesting activities to be enjoyed at the farm as well.

Altitude: 800 m Size of farm: 48 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Rooms: 2/2 Apartments: 2/4 Seating: 40 Access by bus <IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8848_lega.jpg align=left><br> Not far from Tržic is the village of Potarje where the Meglic family lives ,and spoils guests with food prepared with plenty of time and traditional cooking methods. They bake bread at home and look after vegetarians as well.<br> <BR>Guests can rent bicycles, sleds, and skis on the farm (the Zelenica ski center beside Ljubelj Pass is the closest), and hiking enthusiast will come into their own in the nearby mountains of Konjšcica, Javornik, Košuta, Kriška gora, Stegovnik, and Storžic. Another interesting destination is the Dolžan Gorge, a site of fossils from the Permian period, the last period of the Paleozoic era, of world importance to researchers of the earths past.<br>

The farm is set beneath Uršlja gora, in a secluded spot amidst meadows and features wonderful views across the Austrian Alps and Pohorje. The hosts are famous for their preparation of lamb, which is wood-oven baked. Those who, in addition to memories, like to take home a souvenir or two, may, among other things, purchase home-made pear or plum brandy, apple vinegar, pear juice, herb tea, lamb meat or dried fruit. Mountain bikes are available on the farm and there are volleyball and basketball courts and a football pitch. Guests may also play table tennis or badminton or relax in the sauna. The hire of sport equipment and use of the sauna is included in the price. Younger ones can have fun on the children’s playground, take part in social games or go on an exciting treasure hunt. Your hosts say that their farm is a paradise for anyone seeking peace and quiet or an active holiday. The Ravnjak family will be happy to invite you to view the watermill and the gorge by the stream or to take you sledging in winter. There are several interesting footpaths nearby, including the Romans’ path, Meško path, Voranc path, Ivarčko lake, the homestead of Lovro Kuhar – Prežihov Voranc and the Roman hotspring. Cyclists can explore the trail around Uršlja gora, while hikers may take on Uršlja gora and Peca. You may also explore the treasures of Slovenj Gradec, take a raft ride from Muta, go down the old mine in Mežica or, in winter, go skiing on Iverčko-Ošven with its new four-seater lift or visit Kope ski resort.

The Locnikar homestead lies in the village of Skomarje in the Pohorje hills. It is more than 400 years old and has preserved its typical village architecture. Guests can visit the cultural attractions in the village, go bathing in the nearby Zrece health spa, visit the Rogla ski center, and many other excursion points: Crno Lake, the Lovrenc Lakes, Mt. Brinjeva Gora. <BR><BR> <BR><IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6371_kulinarika.jpg align=left>Guests can make themselves at home and help with the farm chores and cooking, or simply witness the making of such domestic delicacies as minced meat in lard, roast lamb and Pohorje omelet, and eat them, too! The family also makes homemade blueberry brandy and natural juices, which go well with domestic dishes.

Altitude: 800 m Size of farm: 37 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Apartments: 1/4, 1/5 Seating: 30 Access by bus <IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6831_lega.jpg align=left>In the village of Jamnica, at an altitude of 800 meters where the air is crisp and clean, the Mikl farm sits among pine woods and meadows. The high altitude gives it a wonderful view over the Koroška countryside to the surrounding peaks. The Mikl farm offers two apartments with kitchen, satellite television, and telephone, so guests can spend their days as they wish.<BR><BR><IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6827_kulinarika.jpg align=left>Everything for breakfast can be bought on the farm, or, by arrangement, the hostess will be happy to prepare breakfast and dinner for you. <BR><BR><br> <BR><IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6835_program.jpg align=left>Grandfather Kert is a hunter and a beekeeper, and has no objections to the guests helping him with his bees. There are also many chores to be done around the farm that you can try your hand at, or you can go for walks in the beautiful countryside to the nearby lake, hike up a mountain, go bicycle riding, and in winter go skiing or sledding on the slopes of Mount Peca. There is also a playground beside the house for children.<br>

Altitude: 650 m Size of farm: 47 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Rooms: 1/1, 2/2, 2/3, 1/6 Seating: 60 Access by bus Because the farm is completely isolated and situated in the middle of meadows, it is highly suitable for families or groups of children accompanied by their teachers. They prepare three- to six-day long programmes for children that will leave them no time for swinging on the swings or playing in the sandbox, as they will be occupied with nature and animals all day long. They bake buns with the lady of the house, help with the milking in the cowshed, ride on a horse drawn carriage, walk along the study trail and help care for the cows, horses, pigs, sheep, the donkey, ducks, chickens and cats. In winter, the hosts arrange a sled run for them, and the ski slopes on Stari vrh and Cerkno are also not far away. The food there is homemade as the farm, boasting an organic farming certificate, cultivates all their own vegetables and produces milk and milk products (sour milk, cottage cheese, butter), meat and dried meat products (sausages, braciola), while the children always prefer macaroni, crepes and semolina pudding. The adults will love a small glass of homemade brandy to accompany their homemade dishes. They will clear their throat with brandy after they return from short hikes to Bukov vrh, Pasja ravan and Sv. Urban or from longer hikes to Mount Blegoš and Mount Lubnik.

<IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/7916_lega.jpg align=left>Črni Vrh was once renowned for its cottage industries (barrel making, bucket making, woodenware), but now it is oriented toward tourism and farming. The Črni Vrh plateau is a popular excursion point, and its small ski center and trails for cross-country skiing and sledding are particularly inviting.<br> <BR><IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/7920_kulinarika.jpg align=left>Visitors who stop at the Pr’ Mark farm are offered dried meat products typical of Črni Vrh (also for sale), roast pork with žlikrofi (a sort of potato ravioli), and lamb in sauce.<br> <BR><IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/7930_program.jpg align=left>They can also rent skis and bicycles and get directions to the mountain lodge on Mount Javorniki, to Divje jezero lake, to Mount Belca, the Franja Partisan Hospital, the observatory, the interesting Klavže dams on the Idrijca River . . .<br>

<IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/9038_lega.jpg align=left>The Rekar farm, whose old house boasts an ancient “black kitchen,” offers a beautiful panoramic view over Mount Kriška gora, Mount Triglav, Jamnik, Lesce, and Radovljica. <BR><BR> <BR><IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6371_kulinarika.jpg align=left>The farm, which has a certificate for organic farming, breeds fallow deer. The hostess is a very skillful cook and will delight you with her venison goulash, stuffed rabbit, roast veal, deer and veal steaks, and rabbit pâté as well as with her excellent mushroom soup, žganci, štruklji, masovnik, and originally prepared vegetable dishes.<BR> <br> <BR><IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/7737_program.jpg align=left>The farm is an excellent starting point for ascents to the surrounding hills and mountains. Javornik, Konjuščica, Stegovnik, Storžič, Kriška gora, the Storžič mountain lodge, etc., all invite you to climb to their tops. If you wish, you can go bird watching or discover the ever new and interesting world of wild animals. When the first snow falls, a sled ride in the moonlight is an unforgettable experience.

Altitude: 1100 m Size of farm: 59 ha Open for guests: 15.4. – 15.10. Rooms: 5/2, 1/3 Seating: 45 Access by bus> The Žibovt organic tourist farm awaits you at the beginning of the Solčava panoramic road or just three kilometres from the Pavličevo sedlo border crossing if you drive through the village of Preddvor and Jezersko or via Austria. At the entrance to Žibovče, there is a stream on the right-hand side that runs into the pond and a patch of wetland on the farm with many endangered plant species. The homestead lies on a plain and is surrounded by meadows and forests. The mighty old pear tree that stands in the middle of the courtyard, along with the linden trees, provide shade in the summer. Homemade cheeses of all types, buckwheat žganci, bread, savinjski želodec salami and other homemade meat products, fruit juices, dried fruit and mountain tea are a must that will make your meals there a delight. Their cuisine is seasonal and based on tradition. A part of this tradition is the bees, which have been diligently providing honey for a number of generations as well as pollinating the plants and maintaining the biodiversity of the area. If you decide to stay here for several days, you can spend your time hiking, cycling or walking. The area along the panoramic road where the Žibovt farm is located is known for the healing properties of the iron-saturated mineral water (calcium, magnesium, hydrogen carbonate rich mineral water), with which you can quench your thirst along the way. You will feel the warmth of mountain wood every step of the way: beside the wood-fired bread oven, while playing the wooden board games (made at the farm), on the playground, etc.

Altitude: 1121 m Size of farm: 99 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Rooms: 1/2, 2/3 Apartments: 1/5 Seating: 35 Access by bus The Visocnik Tourist Farm sits on its own surrounded by meadows and forests and boasts a beautiful view of the surrounding mountain peaks. If you ever wanted to live on a mountain farm devoted to organic farming when you were a child, you can do it now. The food on the farm cooking is local, diverse, and revives the tradition of the times when our grandmothers took enough time to prepare food with love. You will especially enjoy the savinjski želodec, all kinds of meat dishes, dairy products, vegetables, žlinkrofi, and homemade desserts. There are countless paths and trails nearby and they all lead into the peaceful and tranquil nature. You can climb to the alpine meadows on Mozirje, Golte, Smrekovec, Komen, Raduha, etc, and in winter ski enthusiasts can enjoy the Golte Ski Center just five kilometers from the farm.

Our family-run tourist farm, situated at the Soča Basins, right after the turn for Vrsnik, pampers guests mostly with homemade produce.

Altitude: 1020 m Size of farm: 12 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Rooms: 2/2, 1/4 Apartments: 1/4 Seating: 30 Our farm lies 12 kilometers from Ljubno next to the road leading to the Golte ski center. <br />We offer food and board for up to 12 guests and can prepare feasts for groups of up to 30 people by prior arrangement. We have several years’ experience in ecological farming, so all our food is produced in an environmentally friendly way.<br />Our guests can enjoy Savinja stomach sausage, žlikrofi (dumplings), homemade bread, vegetables... apple juice, apple cider... <br />Your children can play with cats, a dog, rabbits, lambs, calves, sheep and cows. During the summer, you can enjoy the peace and fresh air, pick berries and herbs in the forest, go cycling in the mountains...

Altitude: 920 m Size of farm: 40 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Rooms: 6/2, 3/4 Seating: 50 Access by bus The shelter is in the Jež farmhouse in the scattered settlement Nanos on the high karst plateau, which carries the same name. The house is locally called pri Abamu.

Altitude: 478 m Size of farm: 12 ha Open for guests: 1.1. - 31.12. Rooms: 2/2, 2/3, 2/4 Seating: 60 Access by bus <IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/9898_lega.jpg align=left>Luka the dog and various cats stroll around the courtyard of the renovated farmhouse. Calves, cows, and bulls graze in the pasture above the house where you will also find the mare Miša and her colt Maja. In front of the house are a fishpond, a garden bower, and a grapevine. This is the scene at the Pri Andrejevih Tourist Farm.<br> <BR><IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6623_kULINARIKA.jpg align=left>The Želkos are renowned for their pršut (prosciutto) in wine, veal stew, njoki, roast pork, štruklji, mlinci, juicy pastries, and rich offer of wines. And for their snail dishes. <br>  <br>  <br> <IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6627_PROGRAMI.jpg align=left>They guide their guests around the Narin and Pivka areas (in winter they go through the village in the light of torches), offer them cooking and baking lessons, and prepare various holiday celebrations.<br>  <br>  <br>

MOUNTAIN BIKE HOLIDAYS IN ECOHOTEL FARM KOROŠ The eastern edge of Karavanke Alps introduces a land of valleys and mountains, which holds many attractions for cyclists. The cycling infrastructure is impressive with Trails Network with more than 1.000 km bike tours. Special - Underground biking Mountain bikes were build to ride mountains, but Koroška also boats a unique 6 km cycling route that runs beneath the ground. It runs through the mysterious abandoned mina underneath mountain Peca. The centre of Mountain Bike Park is Ecohotel Farm Koroš. Tourism farm Koroš was converted into a charming family run eco hotel, which offers comfortable accommodation in double/twin bedrooms and unique selection of organic home- cooked menus. Mountain biking and Art clearly left a huge mark on family lifestyle, which is evident from the hotel's interiors. Highlights: - organic food produced on own farm, - friendly environment, - spacious terrace with gorgeus panorama, - the places for spending quiet or creative leisure time, -specialized mountain bike hotel since 1995! Ecohotel Koroš has the widest “5 wheels” range which is the label for highest quality service for cyclist by Slovenian Tourism board. Bike base offers a wide selection of self guided individual tours and guided group tours. Short Breaks and Bike Holidays All holidays programmes includes information meeting the first day, bike map and emergency

<IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8591_1.jpg align=left>In Otoče, a friendly village near Radovljica, the Pri Štularju farm has a beautiful view of the Karavanke Mountains. Since the Pogačniks only rent apartments, guests must look after their own food. <br>  <br> <IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8596_3.jpg align=left>The guest lounge has television, radio, and telephone, and guests can use the washing machine and garage. While you can swim at nearby Lake Bled, the farm has an 8x4-meter swimming pool with a glass roof. There is a barbecue, a covered space for picnics, and a children's playground beside the pool. You can go bicycle riding and play tennis, table tennis, or volleyball. There are many opportunities for walks in the surroundings, 300 meters from the apartments guests can fish, they can attend folklore performances in Bled and the surrounding area since three members of the family are enthusiastic folk dancers. They also organize trips to the mountains and sightseeing around Slovenia.<br>  <br>  <br>  <br> <BR> <br>

<IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/7233_lega.jpg align=left>You can find the Logar Tourist Farm in the pleasant village of Žerovnica beside Cerknica Lake. Here you will be offered overnight accommodations in a neatly furnished Notranjska house (with an architectural award). <br>  <br> <IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6772_kulinarika.jpg align=left>Nearby is a house where you can refresh yourself with food prepared according to the standards of ecological farming. With advance notice they also offer one-day or weekend holidays and overnight stays with breakfast, lunch, or dinner. They also offer a vegetarian menu. You must not miss the “Days of Asparagus” in May, June is the “Month of Strawberries,” and in the autumn months the hosts prepare all kinds of autumn goodies. In addition, you can taste or buy homemade juices, jams, and dried fruits and stock up on apples for the winter.<br> <BR><IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6780_program.jpg align=left>The near and distant surroundings are full of places of interest to visit: Križna jama Cave, Snežnik Castle, Rakov Škocjan Regional Park, Mount Slivnica, Cerknica Lake, and many more. You will get more information when you make your reservations and when you arrive.<br>  <br>  <br> <BR> <BR><BR><BR><br>

The name of the Čebelji gradič (bee castle) organic farm already tells us that this is home to experts in apiculture and honey products. In the heart of the Goričko Landscape Park, they have decided to pursue the organic method of beekeeping – they know that the bees can only make quality honey from unpolluted nectar, which can in turn only be found in unspoilt nature. By prior arrangement, they will arrange for you an experiential visit where they will open up a hive and present the life of a bee family. They will prepare a tasting of three kinds of organic honey. You can view an ethnological collection and a 100-year-old beehive; when the visit is organised for a group of children, they can make candles made of pure beeswax, play with bunnies and ride Poldi the pony under supervision. They can also play on the slide, in the sandbox, on the swings and climbing equipment and play basketball, football, table tennis, badminton and darts. Guests can stay at three modernly furnished apartments, from which they can take trips to, for example, Gornja Radgona, Radenci, Moravci as well as the neighbouring Austria or Hungary. Goričko is a paradise for cyclists; the farm also offers bike rental. Prior to your departure from the farm, you can fill your bags to the brim with bee treats.

<IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8631_lega.jpg align=left>At the edge of the village of Studor on an elevation that offers a beautiful view of the Bohinj region and the surrounding hills stands the Pri Andreju tourist farm. The farmhouse and the 200-year-old but beautifully preserved kozolec (hayrack) are built in the characteristic Bohinj style.<BR> <BR><IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8635_kulinarika.jpg align=left>There is always plenty of milk, milk products, eggs, vegetables, and fruit available at the farm, and guests can prepare their own meals in the apartment or visit a restaurant in the surrounding area. <BR><br> <BR><IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8639_programi.jpg align=left>It is only two kilometers from the farm to Lake Bohinj, which warms up enough in summer to provide pleasant swimming. The area around the lake and the village of Studor is made for mountain hikes and bicycling tours. In winter, it is only seven kilometers to the groomed ski trails of the Kobla ski center and a kilometer farther to the Vogel ski center, while Bohinjska Bistrica offers a vast network of cross-country ski trails.<BR><br>  <br>  <br>

Altitude: 450 m Size of farm: 40 ha Open for guests: 1.1. - 31.12. Rooms: 1/5 Seating: 50 Access by bus Surrounded by meadows and forest, the pleasant village of Maline is located at the foot of the Gorjanci mountain range in Bela krajina, and here you will find the Pecel Tourist Farm. The Pecel farm has “ecological farm” status, and all their food and drink is organically produced. From the kitchen drift the aromas of Bela krajina cake, roast lamb, and all sorts of other delicacies. The farm prides itself on excellent, organically-grown wines including the red Metliška Crnina, Bela krajina white wine, and Chardonnay, which you can also buy. In addition to wine, organically-produced fruit juices, fruit vinegars, dried fruits, fruit brandies, and dried meat products are also available. The horses, which are a symbol of the farm, will particularly impress you. If you wish, your hosts will take you on a short excursion with a carriage or a hay wagon. In the summer you can treat yourself to an overnight stay in the old hay barn, where there is also a museum of farm tools. You can also rent an apartment for five in the 150-year-old farmhouse.

Altitude: 1500 m Size of farm: 30 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Apartments: 1/2, 3/4 Seating: 55 Access by bus <IMG align=left src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8651_lega.jpg align=left>When you reach Cerklje, you drive toward Ambrož pod Krvavcem; when the asphalt road through the village ends, you continue for four more kilometers on the dirt road. You will find yourself at an alpine dairy farm on the Kriška planina ski slope just below the television repeater station on Mount Krvavec. The four members of the Grilc family are alpine herdsmen, shepherds, herb collectors, and hikers during the summer and skiers in winter. <BR>What can visitors expect on the table or in bags to take home? In summer: homemade bread, milk, cottage cheese, butter, cheese štruklji; in winter: homemade bread, salami, and dried sausages. Medicinal mountain herb tea is always available as well. At the farm, they roast young pig, young goat, and lamb over an open fire in the farm oven and prepare veal stew with buckwheat žganci (groats) and blood sausage or fried sausages with or sauerkraut. <BR>Thus fortified, guests can easily ski or sled (ski equipment can be rented at the farm), and in summer conquer the nearby peaks (Veliki Zvoh, Dolge njive, Košutna, Kamniška Bistrica) on foot, on horseback, or on mountain bikes.

The Loger Farm is situated 4.5 km from Ljubno ob Savinji, in the direction of Logarska Dolina. It is an organic farm where sheep, goats, cows, ducks and two rabbits roam freely or in pens on the pasture. Guests staying on the farm will sample excellent lamb dishes, stuffed pig's stomach and other specialities from the Upper Savinja Valley. Children will enjoy playing with Miki, the farm dog, getting to know the ducks and rabbits and visiting the hen house, where Koki the cock reigns supreme. Facilities include a well laid out children's playground imaginatively complemented by a pleasant rest area. Every day you spend on the farm will teach you something new about farm life and work. The Logers will be happy to show you how to shear sheep or make wool. You can help them husk corn or press grapes, and you can even dance to the sounds of the accordion, the baritone horn and the trumpet, played by the farmer and his son. In winter you can try sledging by moonlight, while in summer you won't be able to resist sleeping in the hayloft. Places to visit in the surrounding area include Snežna Jama (the Snow Cave), Koča na Loki, Smrekovec, Logarska Dolina, making the farm a good choice for all who enjoy hillwalking and climbing.

Altitude: 1000 m Size of farm: 85 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Apartments: 2/6 <IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6622_LEGA.jpg align=left>Turicnik offers roomy self-contained apartments, each with its own kitchen, bathroom with shower, television, central heating, and balcony. It is in a beautiful and peaceful location with a view overlooking the valley. <br>  <br> <IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/9838_TRETJA.jpg align=left>Slovenj Gradec is only twelve kilometers away, and it's only a ten-minute drive to the ski resort of Kope, which boasts 100 hectares of ski slopes and seven ski lifts, suitable for both beginners and competitive skiers. The motto at Turicnik is on your feet, and there are one to six hour long treks in the surrounding mountains to help you do just that. Do some mountain biking along forest trails, try hang gliding at Turiška or paragliding at Slovenj Gradec. Every year, on the 15th of August, there is a traditional pilgrimage to Homec. There are also tennis courts nearby, and it's delightful to have a picnic by the pond at the farm and silently watch the doe and fawns grazing. At Turicnik, you won't get bored. <br>

Altitude: 900 m Size of farm: 82 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Rooms: 3/2, 1/3, 2/4 Apartments: 1/8+2 Seating: 40 Access by bus <IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/9918_lega.jpg align=left>Wherever the eye reaches—mountains! Solitude, tranquility, the singing of birds, the humming of bees, the smell of forest and herbs—this is the Majdac farm, 900 meters above sea level. <br>  <br> <BR><IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/9922_kulinarika.jpg align=left>Setting off for a day’s hiking, guests stuff their knapsacks with homemade salami, Savinjski želodec, cheese, cottage cheese, and other goodies. Anica spoils her guests with various vegetable and milk dishes, žganci, žlikrofi, štruklji, and many varieties of strudel, potica, and donuts. They also have an apartment on Grohot alpine meadow below Mount Raduha, 1460 meters above sea level.<br>  <br> <IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/9926_doLlivetja.jpg align=left>Guests can rent bicycles, sleds, and bows on the farm. There is a sled run on the farm, a ski slope is nearby, and you can ride a bicycle to the Logarska dolina valley. The interesting sights of Ljubno, Luce, Solcava, Igla, Robanov kot, and Matkov kot also await visitors.<br>  <br>  <br>

Altitude: 945 m Size of farm: 62 ha Open for guests: 20. 12. - 15. 3., 1. 7. - 30. 9. Rooms: 1/2, 3/3, 1/4 Seating inside: 45 Access by bus <IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8330_lega.jpg align=left>From the doorstep, the Ugovšek family will show you the hills in the vicinity and list the sights that are hiding in the upper Savinja Valley. <BR><br> <BR><IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8334_kulinarika.jpg align=left>The food on the Ramšak farm is healthy and homemade. There is never a lack of dried meat products, among which guests like most the savinjski zelodec, as well as the homemade bread, milk, and home-grown vegetables and fruit. The hostess also prepares štruklji and žlikrofi. <BR><BR><IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8329_doLlivetja.jpg align=left>Guests who especially like active vacations will enjoy the Logarska dolina valley; others will stay at the farm and watch how baskets are woven or help with the farm work. The farm is a starting point for shorter or longer mountain hikes, and there are several exceptionally beautiful churches and monasteries in the vicinity worth visiting.<BR><br>

The Porta organic tourist farm is on the outskirts of the village of Ovsiše, set amidst meadows and forest. The guest accommodation has original furniture with a modern bathroom and kitchen, which even features a dishwasher. Guests may relax on the double hayrack, where they may look at the collection of old farm implements or afford themselves the luxury of sleeping on the hay. Various products may be purchased on the organically-certified farm, including organic vegetables, potatoes, herbs and dried fruit. You may also buy conserves, dried meat products and cider. Your hosts will be happy to lead you around the nearby footpaths. Upon request, excursions with mountain guides to the surrounding mountains or rafting on the Sava may also be arranged. Jamnik, the Šum waterfall, Dovžan gorge and Begunje are enticing hiking destinations. The farm is also an ideal starting point for a visit to Bled, Kropa or Brezje na Gorenjskem, among others.

Altitude: 1250 m Size of farm: 80 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Rooms: 3/2, 1/3, 1/4 Seating: 30 Access by bus <IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8216_lega.jpg align=left>The Rogar farm is the highest tourist farm in Slovenia. Situated beside a forest at an altitude of more than 1,200 meters, in fair weather it offers a panorama that reaches the Kamniške-Savinjske Alps with Mount Raduha in the foreground. <BR><BR><IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8209_kulinarika.jpg align=left>Among their kitchen specialties they emphasize various cured-meat products, lamb, cottage cheese štruklji, and for dessert, blueberry strudel. Vegetarians are also well looked after. <BR> <BR><BR><IMG SRC=http://193.77.78.20/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/8201_doLlivetja.jpg align=left>Peace, fresh air, and beautiful scenery are abundant at the farm. Medicinal herbs and wild mushrooms wait for visitors to pick them in the meadows and the forest. The charming Church of Sv. Duh is only a ten-minute walk from the farm, and it is about four kilometers to a refreshing spring of mineral water where you will find a small pot to scoop up the metallic-tasting water.

Altitude: 595 m Size of farm: 20 ha Open for guests: 1.1. - 31.12. Rooms: 1/2, 4/3, 1/3 Seating: 45 Access by bus <IMG src=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6279_lega.jpg align=left>Situated in the middle of meadows only ten kilometers from the spectacular Postojna Cave and thirty kilometers from the Lipica Stud Farm (home of the Lipizzaner horse) and the Škocjan Caves, the Dolenc farm is the ideal place to go if you like mountains and caves. Children can play in the barn, enjoy the swings, and run freely in the meadows. The farm's food specialties include mushroom dishes, gnocchi, homemade meat products, and various traditional pastries; and to work up a healthy appetite, you can wander in the nearby woods along quiet forest paths gathering berries and mushrooms, explore the countryside on bicycle or horseback, go swimming in the nearby river, or in winter ski on the slopes of Kalic or go sledding on nearby hills. In addition to Postojna Cave, there are many small, lesser known caves to explore on your own such as Markova jama and Županova jama only 500 meters away - plus, your hosts will be more than happy to take you on a day trip of your choice.

<FONT face=Arial><IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6854_lega.jpg align=left>The farm is situated in one of Slovenia’s most beautiful villages on the sunny side of Karavanke Mountains with a view of the Julian Alps.</FONT><br> <FONT face=Arial></FONT> <br> <FONT face=Arial><BR><IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/6371_kulinarika.jpg align=left>At the Pr’ Potovčn’k farm, they boast that they prepare medicinal herbs that cure even the most stubborn problems, and the father is especially proud on his selection of liqueurs and brandies, which he bottles elegantly for you to take home.<BR><br> <IMG SRC=http://www.slovenia.info/pictures/TB_other_accommodations/2003/9/7217_3.jpg align=left>They will gladly take you on a tractor ride to the nearby mountain pasture or invite you to join them in haymaking. If you are inclined toward mountaineering, you can climb the nearby peaks in the Julian Alps (Mount Triglav) and the Karavanke Mountains (Mount Kepa). Nature lovers can seek out peace and quiet in the Vrata and Krma valleys, while bicycling enthusiasts can ride to Kranjska Gora and Planica or through the Radovna Valley to Lake Bled.<BR><br></FONT> <FONT face=Arial> <br></FONT>

Altitude: 700 m Size of farm: 24 ha Open for guests: 1.1. – 31.12. Rooms: 1/3, 1/4 Apartments: 1/4+2 Seating: 30 Access by bus The Lešnik organic tourist farm is adapted and suitable for families with children. They strive to preserve the tradition, folk songs and customs at the farm. The farm is situated in an isolated location and is a good base for numerous excursions, mountain biking, paragliding (with the option of landing on the farm) as well as sledding and skiing. The farm features a rich natural and cultural heritage: protected linden trees and holly, the toplar double hayrack covered with shingles, wooden lodge, granary with a press and a mill, a chapel, two wells, an ethnological collection, a herb garden, etc. A new feature at the farm is the farmer’s camp with arranged living and socialising premises on a kozolec hayrack with a large screen for film projection. There is free-of-charge Internet access available at the camp and in the house. Another new feature is the renovated beehive with the option of apitherapy. The farm also has a playground for children, table tennis and a volleyball court; there are also many toys, books and group games available at the house. A special feature of this farm is that they strive to preserve old rural board games made of wood. The farm is distinguished by good, organic, homemade food with an emphasis on local culinary delicacies. The Lešnik farm is also a study farm. They have experience working with children as they have three children of their own. Their daughter, Karmen, plays the zither and flute, their son, Andrej, plays the melodeon (diatonic button accordion), a baritone and trumpet, while their other son, Martin, plays the guitar.

Altitude: 740 m Size of farm: 36 ha Open for guests: 20.12. – 20.10. Rooms: 2/2, 1/3 Apartments: 1/5 Access by bus You will find the Ramšak Tourist Farm standing by itself on a sunny plain at the foot of Mount Olševa. They will pamper you with food organically grown on the farm that holds a certificate for their organic menu. They will also look after those who swear by traditional Slovene cooking and will offer you žlinkrofi, štruklji, žganci, and other local dishes. Health food enthusiasts should not leave the farm without the milk products, medicinal herbs, home-dried fruit, fruit juices, teas, and jams that the family prepares with special pleasure. Your hosts promise you genuine contact with life on a Solčava farm, and nearby there are around thirty natural and cultural points of interest and several climbing and hiking trails for hikers and bicyclists (Mount Olševa, Mount Raduha, a visit to the ancient yew tree), which all invite you to visit them.
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