A sweet experience in the company of honeybees
Seducing smell of mouth-watering chocolate
Brewing tradition in the family-owned micro brewery
Rustic style, organic food and homely recipes
Genuine home fare accompanied by premium wines
A particularity of the park is a karst source
A visit to the most castle-like of Slovenia’s castles never fails to impress
An old homestead preserved for future generations
From a fine manor to a well-known monastery
A rich ethnological collection from the farming past
Pilštanj market square with its pillory.
Spend your day in a different manner. Surrounded by nature, in the serenity and murmuring of the water and the active mill that will take you back to the times of your grandmothers.
Krofl mill – remnants of the times when grains were being ground
Svete gore – ‘Sacred Mountains’ – five sanctuaries on a single ridge
Terme Olimia resort – for a holiday that is filled with beautiful experiences!
Ascend the 35m high Tower of health and joy at Rudnica above Podčetrtek.
One of the most beautiful nature walks in the Kozjanski Park.
The geological trail runs in the northern part of the Kozjanski Park, around the village of Olimje, and offers beautiful views of most of the protected area.
From Kozje, you can head to Bister graben past the Krofl mill and from there along the Kozje castle trail or the Drachenburg trail, which is a well-maintained and safe recreational footpath that offers a glimpse into the history of Kozje.
The ancient Pilštanj square is today one of the stops on the Emma’s pilgrimage route, which connects places in Slovenia and Austria associated with St Emma.
The highest, foothill areas of Kozjanski park - Vetrnik, Oslica, Bohor - offer one of the most beautiful and richest habitats - dry hill meadows with extraordinary biodiversity.
A great idea for a long cycling trip is the circular Oran’s cycle route, which connects the most interesting natural and cultural attractions in the wider area of the Podsreda castle.
The Zagorje village centre is located in the valley between Bohorje and Lošč in the municipality of Kozje. The centre of the town is the Church of the Mother of God of Zagorje, dating from 1661, but the church is older, as evidenced by the small vaulted chapel.
The legend says that there was once a rich market here, which sank because its inhabitants ate, drank and danced on Good Friday.