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  • Bitnje
  • Bohinjska Bistrica
  • Brod
  • Češnjica
  • Jereka
  • Kamnje
  • Koprivnik
  • Laški Rovt
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  • Ravne v Bohinju
  • Ribčev Laz
  • Savica
  • Srednja vas
  • Stara Fužina
  • Studor
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  • Srednja vas; foto Mitja Sodja
  • Srednja vas; foto Mitja Sodja
  • Srednja vas; foto Mitja Sodja
  • Srednja vas; foto Mitja Sodja
  • Srednja vas; foto Mitja Sodja
  • Srednja vas; foto Mitja Sodja
  • Srednja vas; foto Mitja Sodja

Srednja vas v Bohinju lies at the foothills of the Pokljuka plateau, approximately 4 km from Lake Bohinj and 3 km from Bohinjska Bistrica.

General offer

Beautiful houses and kind people offer a pleasant stay in private rooms or apartments. A well regulated village centre with a drinking trough and mighty linden tree is a perfect place for experiencing the village way of life and an interesting event place, where during the summer, interesting evenings with entertainment programme take place (Večeri pod lipo). The acoustic St Martin’s Church is also the place to visit during the summer, since various concerts within the scope of the Bohinj Musical Summer programme are organised in this church.

The village also has the post office, hairdresser, two shops and restaurants, where you can indulge in many culinary pleasures. You can also get your car or tires fixed at a mechanic.

Things to see and places to visit in Srednja vas

The Ribnica brook runs through Srednja vas, thus forming two waterfalls and interesting river beds. A road takes you to the pasture of Uskovnica and also to other interesting places that are great for hiking.

Cheese fans just have to visit the Bohinj cheese dairy, where you can buy the famous and handmade Bohinj cheese (Bohinjski sir).

We also recommend the visit of protected cultural monuments, namely the granaries (kašči – stone buildings constructed for preserving food, which date back to the 17th century – these granaries were the only ones that survived the two great fires) and St Martin’s Church, which offers a wonderful view of Rudnica and the village of Studor.

The excavations that date back to the pre-Roman and Slavic times (sites in the fields of Podolnica and Žale) can be seen in the Tomaž Godec Museum in Bohinjska Bistrica.

During the winter a 7 ha large ski centre called the Senožeta is regulated under the hill of Rudnica, where you can enjoy in night skiing and cross-country skiing as well as ice skating. 15 km of cross-country skiing tracks are regulated from the village of Stara Fužina to the village of Jereka.