You will learn about many interesting facts about this area. The prices depend on the content of the programme and the number of participants.


- reception by friendly villagers at the fruit drying house, degustation of dried fruit and homemade produce

- presentation of the history of the village – fruit drying house and a presentation of the traditional process of drying fruit in the fruit drying season (September - November)

- have a look at other preserved heritage of the village, some old chores and customs

- look at the collection of old farming tools under a hayrack, learning about how these tools were used and how food was traditionally grown, produced and prepared

- Trubar's snack (millet mash with dried prunes, “krhljak and krhljevka”), dried fruit, homemade beverages

- stand where you can buy homemade produce and souvenirs (wooden handmade toothpicks, dried fruit in honey or brandy, marmalade …)

- learning about the role of Turjak's counts (Auerspergs) and their support to the pioneers of Slovene literature, a presentation of the castle complex

- an hour long walk to the castle and Turjak's chapel (with the relic- preserved heart of Hanno Auersperg)

- if you wish we can organise and archery workshop in the vicinity of the castle

- hike to Ahac (1,5 hour walk) to the church on Gora (St Ahac), on the name day of this saint, June 22th, 1593, Andrew of Turjak beat the Turcs at Sisak

- lunch – possibilities: restaurant and pizzeria Rozika in Turjak – with a view to the castle of Turjak, hiker's farm Oblak on Rigelj which is famous for their game meat, Škrabec pub or restaurants: Pri Kuklju in Velike Lašče, Kropec in Mala Sevnica or Brlogar in Male Lašče

- comedy “Klinčarici” (by Franja and Slava Petrič) about hand making of wooden toothpicks in their youth


  1. Hills of Škocjan

- we'll take a look at the church of St Kancian, where Primož Trubar was baptised and which was Jurij Dalmatin's workplace

- Županova cave (Mayer’s cave), with the biggest amount of stalactites in Dolenjska region

- encampment above the village Cerovo, which is one of the best preserved anti-Turcs encampments in Slovenia

  1. Mišja dolina - The mouse valley with a local guide, on foot, by bike (possibility to rent)

- we'll take a look at the wetlands and marshes of this valley in the area of Natura 2000, which shelter the protected wild orchids and carnivorous plants

- we will take a geological route to Kobilji curek (means: Mare’s stream, to the highest waterfall of Dolenjska, we'll discover different types of rock and the ruins of a Roman military tower from the 4th century AD.

- in the cradle of culture we will follow the books in the nature and will make our own miniature book

- dinner is possible

  1. Rašica, Veliki Osojnik and the way to Zapotok

- a walk to the home village and the sightseeing of Trubar's homestead

- we'll take forest paths to Veliki Osolnik to the church of St Lovrenc with a wonderful view

- workshop for woodenware

- visit to ranch Horda to have a cowboy's snack

  1. Krvava Peč (means: Bloody Furnace) – a guided hike

- we'll take a look at the spring of Šumnik and the cliffs above the gorge of Iška, which divides Dolenjska and Notranjska regions

- the church of St Lenart

- the performance of Lojze's theatre group in a karst sinkhole (a picnic is possible)