Hiking in Posavje
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The Uskok Trail
Waterfalls of the Bohor hills
Hiking in Čatež and Posavje
The Most Beautiful hiking routes in Čatež and Posavje
Wine and waterfalls
The landscape in Posavje stands out due to its vast vineyards – if you want to immerse yourself in this cultural landscape, you should definitely plan a hike. It is also worth visiting the “Repnice“, spaces for storing and tasting excellent wines. Particularly beautiful wine trails lead through the vineyards of Gadova Peč (Gadova trail) and the village of Sromlje (Sromlje trail of wine and sun) where famous winegrowers were making wine in the past (e.g. the Counts of Attems).
On the so-called “Ostrovrhars wine trail“ you will walk through the vineyards near the ruins of Svibno castle. Wine was already being produced here in the Middle Ages – the low hills have proven to be a very rewarding place for wine growing.
Along the wine trails it is possible to admire natural beauties or stop over for a wine tasting and trying local culinary delicacies.
Hills and rivers
The Lisca peak, situated at 947m above sea level, is one of the most popular hiking destinations in the Posavje region. From there you have a beautiful view of the lower Sava valley and over many hills to Snežnik, Nanos – and in good weather conditions even to the Julian Alps with Triglav, the highest mountain in Slovenia.
The lodge “Tončkov dom“ is situated on a lookout point directly below the summit. There, hikers can enjoy a drink or a meal. You should definitely try the local specialty “Jurkov praženjak“, some sort of thick and fluffy pancake.
In the small town Radeče you can stroll along the banks of the Sava, through the old town or through the gently rolling hills in the surrounding area. The Savus Educational Trail is not demanding and can be easily mastered on foot. Most of the trail run along the river. It offers an innovative interpretation of the local natural heritage and stresses the importance of the bond between man and nature.