The Breze Path of Peace leads from Brezje predominantly through the forest to the Peračica waterfalls. It represents the coexistence of the natural, cultural and spiritual landscape.
This circular path begins in front of the Basilica of Mary Help of Christians in Brezje and gradually descends across several terraces into the valley of the Peračica stream. Not far from here green volcanic rock, known as Peračica tuff, was once extracted. On the edge of the the fields surrounding Brezje the path splits; either continue alongside the stream to walk the entire route or take a shortcut along a logging trail.
Start and end point: car park in front of the Basilica of Mary Help of Christians (46.3284N, 14.2313E)
Length: 2.5 or 5.7km
Estimated time: 2 hours
Total height difference: 160m
Difficulty level: an easy walking trail
Signs: signposts and information boards
Custodian of the path: The Brezje Tourist Association
Pay a visit to Brezje's basilica to see the merciful painting of Mary Help of Christians and the work of the architect Ivan Vurnik as well as other Slovenian artists.
A magical world of nativity scenes that have been gifted to Brezje from all over the world. The museum contains over 500 nativity scenes.
The trail begins at the source of the Lipnica stream and leads over numerous small wooden bridges crossing the Grabnarica stream and beautiful fields to reach a small lake, known as the 'Count's Lake'.