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Tourist farm Ločnikar

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Address: Skomarje 47 3214 Zreče
Phone: +386 (0)3 576 22 62, +386 (0)41 390 396
Altitude : 970 m
Size of farm : 80 ha

4 apples 

Access by bus

Activities on the farm
table tennis, children's playground, hiking, bicycling 

Activities in the area
tennis, cross-country skiing, indoor swimming pool, boules, skiing, horseback riding, hang-gliding, golf, paragliding, sauna, bowling, outdoor swimming pool, fishing 

Seating : 30 
No. of beds : 5 
No. of rooms : 4 
Two-bed room : 2 
Three-bed room : 2 

Basic services
Half board, breakfast 

in the countryside 

Payment options
cash only 

Languages spoken
English, German, Croatian, Italian 

On the sunny southern side of the Pohorje mountain range lies the hamlet of Skomarje and the Ločnikar farm. More than 400 years old, the farmhouse still preserves its original rural architecture.

At the Ločnikar farm, guests can help prepare meals, bake bread, roast a lamb in a traditional bread oven, and see how štruklji, potica, apple strudel, and Pohorje omelets are made. They can also sip homemade blueberry brandy, taste homemade salami and bunka, eat homemade cheese, and drink natural juice.

The Pohorje region is a hikers paradise. In the village, a visit to the birthplace and grave of poet Valentin Vodnik at the Church of Sv. Lambert is a must. It is eight kilometers to the Zreče Health Resort and ten kilometers to the Rogla Health Resort, and from there the primeval Šumik forest, the Črno jezero and Lovrenc jezero lakes, Brinjeva gora, and other destinations invite visitors. In 2001, the farm became a member of Europe’s “Houses with Tradition” network.
GPS Northing (N) : 46,4299 
GPS Easting (E) : 15,341 


Administrator : Združenje turističnih kmetij Slovenije | ++ 386 3 491 64 81 | | last modified: 24/06/2009
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GPS N: 46,4299
E: 15,341

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