… is a Slovenian open air paradise.
Fly fishing, rafting, kayaking, canyoning, hiking, climbing, mountain biking and paragliding are just some of the most popular adventurous activities in the valley.
The untouched beauty of the Triglav National Park, theme based trails and beautiful views, mountain pastures, hundreds of years of retained local heritage which is hiding in local products, delicious restaurants, along the emerald river Soča which makes the valley an ideal place for active and green-minded people.
The valley is also known for its Soča Front (nvjm ku se rece soska fronta). During World War I, the place was one of the biggest and bloodiest battles. Hemingway’s Farwell novel describes some of the events. Remains of battle lines and forts erected in natural surroundings connect on the thematic path of the Path of Peace. With just an hour’s drive, you arrive from the mountainous world to the Adriatic coast. The mix of Mediterranean and alpine climate, geography and life are clearly visible in the daily lives of local people – hardworking and dependable people blessed with hospitality and a joy to live.