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Circular trail around Hotedršica

Visits by prior arrangement by telephone +386 (1) 755 91 42.
At the beginning of the trail, you can refresh yourself at the Turk Tavern and see the near-by black kitchen. You will continue your journey along the stream towards the Church of St. John the Baptist, which was first mentioned in writing in 1506. The old village centre, of which the entire image was also designed by architect Jože Plečnik, is embellished by the Church statue of St. John of Nepomuk. Passing by the graveyard and monument to the fallen of World War I. You will then arrive at the zemljankas, which are pits built into the ground used to preserve crops. Then you can visit a collection of interesting old objects. The trail goes by a hayrack made of stone and through the vast Hotenjsko Polje, ending at Tomažin’s Mill, which is more than 300 hundred years old and is still in operation. It is a rare mill in Europe, and definitely the only one in Slovenia, built above a sinkhole. From there the trail goes by the old stone well from 1813. There is a renovated hayrack close by with a climbing wall. You can try climbing it under the guidance of a mentor.
A footpath providing an hour-long walk is suitable and interesting for visitors of all ages. Walking or cycling on the cycle routes of the Logaška transversal is suitable for more adventurous visitors. The trail goes by the Žejna and Zelena valleys where rare plant species can be found and all the way to the surrounding tourist farms that offer local cuisine and a marvellous view of the neighbouring villages of Notranjska all year round.    


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GPS Northing (N) : 45,93 
GPS Easting (E) : 14,1412 
Destination: Karst
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