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  the sunny Alps

The mighty but easily accessible Julian Alps, the tourist area in this attractive geographical area is linked by the offer of four developed tourist towns: Bled, Kranjska Gora, Bohinj and Bovec with the Soča Valley. Most of the area is within the Triglav National Park which measures 85 hectares and is one of the largest natural parks in Europe. The park lies in the vicinity of high stony mountains including Mount Triglav (2864 m); the highest mountain of Slovenia - and deep river gorges, highland karst potholes and friendly highlands. It protects many endemic animal and plant species (living in the park, among unique plant species there are chamois, mountain sheep, wild roosters, grouse, eagles and marmots) and the tradition of the hard life of alpine dairymen and mountaineers.

The renowned Bled with its lake and the island with a church from the 17th century (and the bell of wishes) is situated at the edge of the park, and above it stands a medieval castle. Bled, celebrating its 1000th anniversary in 2004 is considered a real tourist paradise with its thermal springs and other natural attractions, numerous recreational possibilities, its conference hall, casino and golf corse.
The best rowers of the world measure their strength in competition at Bled.

Bohinj is the starting point for numerous mountain hikes, Lake Bohinj and Bohinjska Bistrica are a paradise for lovers of water sports (kayaking, canoeing, rafting, hydrospeeding, swimming) and fishermen. In its surroundings there are ski slopes and trails for cross-country skiiers and also facilities for mountain biking, paragliding, sport climbers, horseback riders, tennis and mini golf players. Bohinj (and its surrounding areas) inspire visitors with a rich ethnologic heritage with many cultural and sacral attractions as well. In Bohinjska Bistrica a new water park is being built.

A famous tourist destination Kranjska Gora attracts visitors with outdoor sports (hiking, mountaineering, cycling, horsmanship, paragliding, fishing etc) in the summer, and in winter with excellent slopes for winter sports and other joys of the winter such as the dog sled , night sledging from Vršič, roaming across the landscape by snowmobile. In Kranjska Gora there are the World Cup competitions in Alpine skiing. Visitors can enjoy its casino and wellness programmes, and younger visitors can enjoy the original land of the Slovene hero Kekec. In the nearby Planica, in the shelter of two thousand metre high mountains, the best ski jumpers in the world compete every year; we have seen the competitors surpass 100 and 200 metres in our Planica.
In the Soča Valley, the valley of the emerald river, attracts those who search peace as well as lovers of adrenaline. Here there are opportunities for numerous water sports . from kayaking to canoeing and rafting. You can also go paragliding, hang-gliding or cycling and experience the valley which is also loved by fishermen. The largest number of accommoation and guest-houses can be found in Bovec, Kobarid and Tolmin. From the valley you can reach the highest Slovene ski centre Kanin which is only an hour's drive from the coast, and where it is possible to ski until Summer.

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