When you spend your holidays with us, you can go along the nearby farms and mountain tops.

From our farm run many forest paths to Strojna, where you can see notable Janež farmhouse.

On this farm cultural heritage is fully preserved.

Preserved wooden house and other buildings are from the 17th and 18th centuries.

Not far away stands a mighty Church of St. Urh.

You can walk to Šentanel village, where you will see Dvornikov rural museum, the birthplace of Luka Kramolc and the Church St.. Danijel.

If the set out towards Austria, after ten minutes' walk, we cross the green line and ascend to the Štebarjev top, from where you have a wonderful view of the Carinthian mountains, Pohorje and Austrian Alps – Svinjska planina.

The 'milling path' also runs through our territory and is connecting locations along streams, where in the past operated water-wheel mills, which revolved because of water power from the mountains.

If you desire longer trips, you can go on the surrounding peaks.
Peca (2126 masl) is the most extensive mountain in eastern Karavanke. According to a legend sleeping King Matjaž rests in a mountain cave and he represents a symbol of Carinthia.

Uršlja mountain (1696 masl) is accessible from different directions and offers spectacular views of the valleys below – Mislinjska valley, Mežiška valley, Dravska valley and Saleška valley. Is the most visited Carinthian mountain. Smrekovec (1569 masl) is an extinct volcanic mountain range. It lies at the intersection of Šaleška valley, Upper Savinjska valley and the Upper Mežiška valley.

Raduha (2062 mas) is the easternmost ridge od Savinjska Alps. On the north side of the steep is abrupt wall, which is very attractive for climbers.

Mežiška Valley and its surroundings invite you to visit:
Underground Tourist Mine 'Podzemlje Pece'

Summer pool 'Boberček' Ravne

Carinthia ironworking museum in Ravne

Prežihova shack near Preški top in Kotlje
Ivarčko Lake

Olympic Museum in Črna na Koroškem

Geopark Karavanke in Eisenkappel in Carinthia