A pleasant, interactive walking trail follows the Sava river and its rich diversity.
Discover the banks of Slovenia's longest river by walking this path at the confluence of the Sava Dolinka and Sava Bohinjka rivers. Walking along tracks and old fishing paths you will discover the banks of the Sava river, its fish and the area's geological and geographical characteristics. The Sava River Trail runs from the Fux footbridge (Fuxova brv) to the Šobec wetlands. It can also be combined with other local walking paths to make a circular route.
The theme trail can also be combined with a walk on the Lipnica Castle Natural Science Trail and can be made into a circular route by following one of the existing local walking trails.
Start and end point: The Fux footbridge (Fuxova brv) or the Šobec campsite
Difficulty level: easy walking trail
Signs: signposts and information boards
Custodian of the path: The Radovljica Fishing Club
Text by Sašo Gašperin, july 2018
If Slovenes had to choose what was dearest to their heart, they would place Mt. Triglav on the very altar of their homeland. If they were to look further for the altar table, their attention would be drawn to a lush strip of land stretching between the Sava River and the villages of Žirovnica and Begunje.
The Julian Alps Association, of which the tourist destination of Radol'ca is also a member, is in the process of putting together a long-distance hiking trail. Part of the trail leads through the Municipality of Radovljica.
Written by Kaja Beton, October 2018, Photo: Kaja Beton and Jošt Gantar
Autumn steadily colours the leaves and changes nature into a wonderful painting on canvas. Set off on one of our suggested hiking tours where you can enjoy the autumn colours and wonderful nature.