Cluster of wooden cabins in the stunning Soca Valley – ideal for riding, rafting, fishing, hiking and those seeking unspoilt alpine scenery.
Hidden away in an alpine meadow in Slovenia’s Triglav National Park lies a cluster of simple but comfortable stone and wooden chalets, surrounded by wild flowers and the soaring peaks of the Julian Alps. The stunningly beautiful Soca river which flows beneath this plateau is one of Slovenia’s highlights, and Pristava Lepena is definitely one of the country’s most charming accommodations.
Owners Milan and Silvia Dolenc have created a relaxed haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Endless walking trails, azure (though icy) rivers with white sand beaches, riding, tennis, mountain-biking and world-class fishing are all on your doorstep. For adrenaline junkies, rafting, kayaking and paragliding are easily arranged – the nearby village of Bovec is Slovenia’s centre for adventure sports. Afterwards, you can unwind in the sauna, watch the sunset and tuck into a hearty dinner, before a peaceful night’s sleep. Ideal for families and couples looking for an active holiday off the beaten track and a good base for exploring Slovenia. One of our most exciting discoveries!
Originally posted 2013-06-29 20:02:01.