In the heart of the Julian Alps, the Triglav National Park is home to Bohinj, one of the most beautiful Alpine glacial valleys.
High mountains and green forests surround Lake Bohinj and are reflected in its glassy surface. The biggest fresh water lake in Slovenia seems like a perfect picture of nature and is an ideal starting point for guided or self-guided hiking adventures.
Bohinj is a pocket paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, compised of 24 beautifull villages. You can explore it with bike, on foot, canoe, paraglider or by ski. 66% of Bohinj lies in Triglav National Park and 84% is under Natura 2000 protection.
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