Robidišče and Breginjski kot/corner, nestled in the westernmost part of Slovenia, is a mesmerizing region renowned for its unspoiled natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. This picturesque valley, cradled by the Julian Alps, enchants visitors with its breathtaking vistas of lush greenery, wild and fragile river Nadiža, and idyllic meadows. Steeped in history, the area preserves its traditional architecture harmed by an earhtquake in 1974, with just few remaining charming stone houses that whisper tales of the past.

Breginjski kot offers a serene escape, inviting outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers to explore its pristine landscapes. It’s an ideal destination for hiking, cycling, and immersing oneself in the tranquility of the great outdoors. The region’s cultural significance shines through  cuisine, and warm hospitality, providing visitors with a glimpse into a bygone era.

Although remote, but not far at all from Triglav national park or Italian cities such as Udine, Cividale del Friuli, Palmanova or even Venice.