Experience Bohinj

From our very neighborhood to the highest peak of the Julian Alps, Mount Triglav, Bohinj offers you experiences that quench your thirst for adventure.

Explore the nature of Bohinj on foot, by bike, on horseback or with skis. Learn about the tradition of alpine dairy farming and cheese making, discover the botanical wealth of Bohinj and relax by the crystal-clear waters. Every step you take, you will be surprised by Slovenia’s natural and cultural gems. Are you interested in what you need to see in Bohinj?

-Lake Bohinj, the largest Slovenian permanent lake of glacial origin is covering 318 hectares. It is recognisable by the Church of St John the Baptist situated at the southwest coast of the lake
-Vogel, a mountain in the summer and a natural mountain ski center winter with the longest ski slope in Slovenia. It offers the best panoramic view of the Julian Alps
-Savica Waterfall, the unique 78 m high waterfall is divided into two parts fed by the water from two underground lakes. At heavy rainfall it even exceeds the height of 600 meters if waterfall areas are included
-The Julian Alps, voted as Best in Travel by Lonely Planet in 2018, present an infinite potential for the hiking adventures. Mountain Triglav is the highest peak of Slovenia with 2864m. Bohinj area lies mostly within the Triglav National Park which is the only natural park in Slovenia. Best hiking route as voted for the past years is the round hike to the magnificent Triglav Seven Lakes.

For more inspiration please visit slovenia.info and Bohinj offical tourism page.