Pack your walking boots and get ready to explore the dramatic mountains, unspoilt valleys, and charming countryside of Slovenia.
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Self Guided Walking Holidays in Slovenia
For walks in tranquil, unspoilt scenery, you can’t choose a more delightful destination than Slovenia. Our self-guided walking holidays will introduce you to the Julian Alps’ dramatic mountains and valleys, which are a mainstay of Slovenia’s beautiful hiking routes.
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You'll find breathtaking walks through the countryside. Take time to explore some of the small, unspoilt villages that dot the lakeside. Alternatively, head to the top of Velika Osojnica for incredible views of the surrounding area.
Nestled in the stunning Julian Alps, Lake Bohinj is only a short trip from Slovenia's capital city of Ljubljana. Here you can combine walking with unique cultural experiences. Soak up the history and culture of the area from local farms, cheese makers, historic sites plus there’s hiking, biking, kayaking and more.
Lake Bled is a great destination for those who enjoy walking, offering several lovely trails around the lake. Other activities include the famous gondola boat ride to the island, hikes up Osojnica hill, and visiting the nearby Vintgar Gorge. To see it all, take time out to explore some of the villages with unspoilt views.
Kranjska Gora is a picturesque village in the north western corner of Slovenia close to the Austrian and Italian borders. Enjoy a peaceful stroll beside Lake Jasna or through Zelenci Nature Reserve, or get your heart pumping with close to 100km of trails in the Julian Alps and Karavankas mountain range.
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Zelenci Trail is a panoramic walk through the pastures to the lovely Alpine village of Podkoren in the eastern part of Julian Alps. Stop at the traditional Lime tree in the middle of the village to rest before a short walk will take us to Zelenci, a beautiful nature reserve full of history of the pretty lake to admire before returning to Kranjska Gora.
Stara Fuzina - Studor
Enjoy a scenic walk through the villages of the Upper Bohinj Valley. In Stara Fuzina you can visit the Museum of alpine dairy farming and in Studor the Open House. Studor village is also famous for the wooden hay racks and all the villages have a lot of old houses preserved.
Radovljica is a lovely town just 8km from Lake Bled. Climb up the lookout on Jamnik or the medieval church and you will have a panoramic view of the whole area. If you want to go higher, there is the Begunjščica mountain and lots of trails through the woods.
Osojnica and Ojstrica Viewpoint
Bled is known for its beautiful views, but there's no better vantage points than Osojnica and Ojstrica. Take in impressive views of the lake and surrounding nature from above. You'll be able to see the entire town of Bled nestled amidst the Julian Alps.
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Perfectly situated just a two minute walk from the resort centre on the shores of Lake Bled, this hotel offers plenty of facilities to relax after exploring on foot, including a lakeside lido, indoor pool and lounge areas.
Just a few meters from the start of many mountain paths, this hotel is an ideal base for a Slovenia walking holiday. The hotel has an a la carte restaurant, indoor pool and sauna as well as table tennis.
Set in a quiet corner, this modern family run hotel commands great views of the surrounding mountains. After a day exploring the area, enjoy the gardens and sun terrace.
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