Experiences in Soča valley


In the surroundings of the upper Soča valley, and smoe of them also in the camp, guests can choose from a wide selection of sporting facilities: kayak hire, boat hire, badminton, canoe for rent, beach volleyball, fishing, cycling, trekking, rafting, kayaking, skiing equipment hire, kanyoning, climbing, paragliding, bike rental, table tennis, table football, tennis court, , volleyball. More information is available at the campsite.


Soča river is one that with its distinctive green-blue color offers an unforgettable experience. In the upper flow the river has quick movement and is very picturesque and therefore so popular among kayakers. Soča between Otona and Kobarid is the most popular among experienced kayakers. Smooth and calm flow from Čezsoča to Srpenica and from Kobarid to Tolmin is suitable for beginners, families or kayak schools.


Trnovo ob Soči is the main exit place for rafting. Rafting is one of the most desired sports of the Soča Valley during the summer. Your drops down the river has the most usual start near Boka waterfall. More calm and easy drops, which nevertheless allow to discover the nature and unforgettable beauty of the Soča River are from Kobarid to Tolmin.


Soča Valley is also known as the valley of the action. The most daring will discover the valley from the top, by adrenaline adventures by using the tandem paraglading. Others will enjoy the view of the colorful sky full of paragliders at many championships at national, European and global levels, which are in Soča Valley becoming more and more common. Of course, if you are not a competitor too. The two most important starting points for paragliders are Kobal near Tolmin and Stol near Kobarid.

Cycling Trails

Soča Valley is uniqe in Slovenia by having many mountain and forest roads and tracks leading up to the height level of 1.000 meters. Thus, the cycling here can be exciting also for those most demanding looking for a dynamic terrain.

Hiking Trails

In Soča Valley under the Julian Alps you can find a wide variety of hiking trails, for experienced climbers and routs for families discovering beautiful nature or history. All over the mountains are many huts providing refreshment and refuge in case of unfavourable weather. Walking and discovering the beauties of nature you can zcombine by discovering the monuments of the past. Routes in Posočje will lead you near waterfalls, river footbridges, remnants of the First World War, rare species, for example
vulture with white head, which flies to us from the Adriatic Sea.


Fishing in Soča river and its tributaries is undoubtedly among the most beautiful in the world. Soča river is inhabited with mainly trout: marble trout, marble trout crossbreeds, brown trout, rainbow trout, river bull-head and from the confluence with the Lepena stream, grayling as well. Flyfishing is the only kind of fishing allowed and you are restricted to one fly only, tied to a single hook, no doubles or trebles are allowed. Fishing is the most popular tourist activity in the region; the local fishing association manages over 145 km of waterways, with navigation allowed only on the Soča. All other rivers – Nadiža, Tolminka, Bača, Kneža, Koritnica, Idrijca and Trebuščica – are reserved exclusively for anglers.

Historical Tours and Cultural Attractions

The event, which has in the past clearly marked the Soča valley was the First World War with its battles along the Soča River and battles also in the highest mountains. As the important strategic positions in the past also today here are monuments with many tunnels and caves arranged for visitors. In these strategic points are also extremely beautiful surrounding view points down to the valley. You can reach them by car and some minutes of walking. Interesting are also marked historic routes, such is Kobarid historical trail that leads to the excavations old more than 1.000 years.