1. How to reach us?
If you are coming from Ljubljana towards Koper, exit the motorway at the Unec exit. After about 25 km you will reach the village of Podgora, where you turn right towards the village of Vrh. From Podgora onwards, signs point you towards the campsite. About 100 metres after the sign marking the end of the village of Vrh, turn right onto the macadam.
From the direction of Croatia, drive through Prezid to Babno polje and on to Podgora. At the end of the village, turn left towards Vrh. Continue as described above.
2. Is a reservation required?
Reservations are advisable in July and August, as the campsite is small and fills up quickly. Contact us at email@example.com or call 00 386 68 168 286.
3. When can I apply/login?
There is no permanent staff at the campsite. The camp is run by Beno and Mateja, who have regular jobs. During the week we are definitely at the campsite every day from 12:00 to 13:00 and 18:00 to 20:00. During the weekend, almost all day. Check-in and check-out during these hours. For other information, you can contact us on 00 386 68 168 286.
1. Is there a bar or a shop on site?
No. But you can serve yourself a drink, which is available in the fridge of the shared kitchen. There is also coffee and tea in the kitchen - you just have to make your own. The shop is about 3 kilometers away in the village of Iga vas. We can also deliver products and products from local farms on request.
2. How much space do you have for caravans?
The campsite can accommodate 3 motorhomes up to 7 meters in length and 2 travel vans up to 5 meters in length.
3. Do you have water, wastewater, and electricity connections?
No, we get our electricity from the sun. The water is also heated by the sun. Therefore we do not provide water, wastewater, or electricity connections. However, there is an RV park in the Stari Trg where you can take care of your campervan for free before you get to us.
4. Do the plots have an electricity connection?
No, even the pitches on terraces suitable for pitching tents do not have an electricity connection. There is a shared kitchen where you can cook and charge your mobile devices.
5. Is it possible to use a shared fridge?
Yes, there is a small fridge in the common area under the hut for storing food.
6. Is there a fireplace or other cooking facilities at the campsite?
For safety reasons, open fires are not allowed on the campsite. Most summers are dry and the fire risk here is high. However, if you visit us during the cooler months, we can arrange a fire. You can prepare your own food in our shared kitchen, which has 3 hobs (two burners each), basic cooking utensils, plates, cutlery, glasses, and cups.
1. Is it possible to go swimming near the campsite?
There is no official bathing site in the Loška Valley, but there are some alternative options. The most suitable for tourists is Volčje lake, which is a tourist bathing site located in Bloki, a 30-minute drive from the campsite. There is also the possibility of swimming in certain areas of Lake Cerknica, which takes between 20 and 30 minutes by car.
2. Do you offer bike rentals?
We do not have bicycles at the campsite, but there is a possibility to rent electric bicycles (2 bicycles) at the Rihtar Homestead Institute and 5 bicycles at the TIC Lož. For larger groups (10 or more people), we can organize the delivery of regular bicycles to the campsite.
3. What activities are available for those who like to walk?
If you like hiking, you've come to the right place, as the Loška Valley offers excellent hiking trails that take you through the valley or to beautiful viewpoints. The first of these is Križna gora. The church is situated on top of an 857 meter high hill, from which you can see the Loška Valley, the Cerknica Field, and the Bloch Plateau. The next location is Gornje Poljane, which is situated at 1056 meters and is the highest place in southern Slovenia, offering a beautiful view of the Loška Valley. If you enjoy mountain walking, you will be delighted by the trail to Mount Snežnik, which at 1796 meters is the highest Slovenian non-alpine mountain, and if you are lucky enough to catch good weather, there is a chance that you will be able to see the Adriatic Sea from the top. For those who want to admire the Loška Valley up close, we recommend the Circular Route through the Loška Valley, which takes you in a circle through the most interesting parts of our region.
4. What are the opportunities for cycling?
Road and gravel cyclists can find their own way to our region, as there are forest paths leading from the campsite to Babno polje, where you can take a tour and a guided tour with Alenka Veber from Rihtar's Homestead (https://rihtarjeva-domacija.si/). A popular place for cyclists is Mašun, which is a small tourist village below Mount Snežnik, where there is also a restaurant (https://www.malcajt.com/notranjsko-kraska/ilirska-bistrica/gostisce-masun.html) and many high altitude viewpoints in the surrounding area. The Loška valley borders Cerknica and Bloka, which are known for their natural beauty and are reached by good roads and dirt tracks. There are plenty of opportunities for longer hikes, and thanks to the proximity and ease of crossing the border, you can now easily head to Croatia. Interesting destinations in this direction are the Gorski Kotar, but you can also go to the sea, for example to the island of Krk or the town of Rijeka.
5. Do you have any other sleeping options besides tents and caravans?
Yes, you can sleep on the pergola (the space above the summer kitchen). The whole space is divided into 5 smaller, partially separated spaces. Each can sleep two or three people. Sleep on normal beds or hay.