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Natural attractions

Posavje is a place of tranquil pleasure. This is probably also the result of a natural environment that is not extreme anywhere. There is no high mountain with the threat of landslides, nor streams with rapids, nor sea with sharks, nor virgin forests where you can get lost or eaten by a wolf.

Jokes aside: Posavje has everything mentioned, only in calmer, more friendly derivations. Although you can also ski in Posavje, it is much more generous with tranquil Sava and Krka and rafting, stand up paddling, canoeing or calm fishing. Posavje is a place of activity in the nature for those who do not want extreme adrenaline adventures, but a relaxed getaway, after which a gentle massage, a glass of local sparkling wine and a toast with a friend will follow. Even the Kozjansko park is a calm and balanced mixture of natural heritage covered in Natura 2000, cultural history with some castles and sacral buildings; but after all, Kozjansko starts and ends with an apple. Another proof that the people of Posavje (Posavci) can’t exist without a gourmand vibe.

The most mysterious are two caves in Posavje, Kostanjeviška and Ajdovska. Mysterious as far as everything that is part of the subject of the underworld, which is always exciting. But even the caves will not distract you from all the beautiful and the good above them.

  • from 10 €

    Kostanjevica cave

    Posavje hides some of its beauty even beneath the surface of the earth. The fairytale Kostanjevica Cave will amaze you with its rich stalactite collection.

  • from 25 €
    Dušan Klenovšek

    Kozjansko park

    Explore the pristine nature of Kozjansko Park.

  • from 25 €

    Rafting on the Sava River

    The Sava River Gorge offers fairytale sights that can only be experienced with a view from the river, and the Radeče raft is ideal to combine these with tradition and fun.

  • Jovsi Nature Park

    Jovsi is a 460 ha wide area of marshy meadows along the Sotla River between Kapelske Gorice hills.

  • Sup Čatež

    Experience the Krka River from a completely new perspective.