Logar Valley (Logarska dolina) - 10 Attractions you need to see
May 23rd, 2022
The valleys in the Upper Savinja River from the Kamnik Alps are considered by many to be the most beautiful place in Slovenia. All three valleys are almost parallel to each other and protected. The most famous and popular one is the Logar Valley - Logarska Dolina in Slovene. Your stay here will be unforgettable as you can have a lot of new experiences. You can explore the countryside on foot, bike, or on horseback. The Logar Valley is perfect for strolling and tasting the region’s famous chees
Robanov kot Valley - Farms, hiking trail, parking ...
May 6th, 2022
The romantic Robanov kot is a lesser-known alpine valley in the Solcava region of northern Slovenia - close to the Austrian border. Robanov is one of the three parallel valleys to be seen from the famous Solcava Panoramic Road. It is an ideal destination for those who want to get to know the natural treasures of Slovenia but do not want to go to the Triglav National Park. Interestingly, the valley is named after one of the oldest families in Slovenia, the Robanov farmers, some of whom still liv
Solcava Region (Solcavsko), Slovenia Guide 2022
May 5th, 2022
The Solcavsko region is perhaps one of the least known parts of the beautiful Alps, yet the Slovenes consider it one of the most beautiful landscapes in their country. As it is not one of the top destinations for foreigners, it has retained its integrity and peaceful atmosphere. The locals are making great efforts to preserve this area in its original form. Their work has also been recognised by the European Union, as in 2009 it was selected as one of its top destinations under the EDEN program
Solcava Panoramic Road Guide 2022- Map, farmhouses, route ...
May 4th, 2022
The most famous panoramic road in Slovenia is the 20 km long Solcava road in the northern part of the country. It is one of the most spectacular hiking and cycling trails, taking you to the fields of the village of Podolseva, between flocks of sheep grazing on the alpine slopes. The road is 20 km long, relatively easy to walk, but perhaps even more enjoyable by bike. Local farmers nicely maintain the trail. ?The tourist season starts in May and ends in August when all farmsteads and guest hous