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This is a great experience to drive all the way round, but the bulk of it is on dirt roads and forest, so a 4x4 is preferable! Lovely remote villages and wildlife. Note: no access on roads Sundays, but you can park at the start.
This lake is wonderful. But there is more than a lake, you must see sinkholes inside it. But if you want to see all wonders of the lake, you must come to see it more than once. It can be almost empty or full of...More
We have been twice in May/June when it has dried out, and find it a magical place. There is a track from Gorenje Jereza up to Dolenje Jereza, which can be walked or biked, but other tracks we tried to west and north petered out....More
As a local resident I can surely confirm that the place is one of a kind. The lake is the most beautiful to see in the summer when it dissapears so you fell like in the moon - surrounded by big holes. Really worth to...More
Like others have said, each time you visit it looks and feel different, the lake is never the same! When it is full of water there is boating and fishing, or even ice-skating in winter, in the spring there are flowers and in the summer...More
Dry land with meadows is far less attractive than rainy season with water in the lake or winter with ice. There are some dusty roads with pedestrians or people with bikes. They can travel around and visit a kind of a museum – restaurant in...More
Lake Cerknica (Cerkniško jezero) is an intermittent lake in southwestern Slovenia. The lake is present for the most part of the year and when full, it is the largest lake in the country and one of the largest intermittent lakes in Europe. The plain is...More
It's really worth to read into this lake before you visit, you don't want to miss out on the romantic legends and the interesting phenonomens in and around the lake. To me this is one of those places that touches me, straight to the heart....More