Breginj 48, 5223 Podbela, 46.243286, 13.456205
Telephone+386 (0)5 38 49 110, +386 (0)41 443 535
Breginjski kot is a valley in the westernmost part of Slovenia, between the villages of Staro selo and Breginj, by the Italian border. It meanders under the Stol Mountain on the north and the Mija Mountain on the south. From Kobarid, an old town in the picturesque Soča Valley, to Breginj, the largest village at the very end of the mysterious Breginjski kot, there lie 13 small villages above the Nadiža River, among them also the westernmost Slovenian village called Robidišče. The mystically beautiful landscape endured through turbulent history, which is still evident in numerous legends and people living in harmony with nature.
At the bottom of this valley lies a small village of Podbela. Beneath the village, right beside the Nadiža River, there is the Nadiža Camp. It welcomes everybody who likes intact nature and clear rivers with wonderful sandbanks. Local people even claim that the Nadiža River has healing powers.
The camp is suitable for families with small children, as they can carelessly play besides and in the water.
The visitors to our camp can spend here active holidays as well. Besides swimming in natural pools of the Nadiža River and sunbathing on its banks they are offered various alternative options. They can play basketball, beach-volley, football, table tennis, bowls, or they can go biking along marked cycling paths. There is also a natural climbing wall at the entrance to the Nadiža valley. On the slopes of the Stol Mountain (1673 m) the conditions are perfect for those who practise hiking, paragliding or hang-gliding.
Additional: rent-a-bike; internet: computer with broadband connection, WLAN access point
Open: March 15 - October 20
- Fax: +386 (0)5 38 49 110