Perhaps you would like to try Paragliding in Prebold?
During most of the Middle Ages, Slovene was a vernacular language of the peasantry, although it was also spoken in most of the towns on Slovene territory, together with German or Italian.The museum of Our village and Folk law at the Castle at Prebold (well worth a visit ) Museum of the Coal Industry at Velenje Museum of hop growing at alec Museum of Motorcycles at Vransko The Fire Engine Museum at Vransko The Castle and Numerous Museums at Celje Two particular sites not to miss are: The stunning Roman Necropolis at empeter, which is one of the most important archaeological sites in Europe ( 3 Km from Prebold ) The Three thousand year old Jama Pekel, Hells Caves.During a 50 minute tour you can view wonderful stalactites, stalagmites, rock formations and waterfalls ( 2 Km from empeter ).Because we are in the centre of Slovenia our guests like to take trips all round our beautiful native country.Our big plus is that Camping Dolina is open all year round, so whatever your interest you will never be bored.Nearby is offered tennis, golf, horse, riding, climbing, nature and bike trails, swimming and white water rafting.
In Wintertime enjoy wonderful ski-ing, snowboarding and cross-country trails at Golte our local ski area, or further afield at other dedicated winter sport areas. The best known climbing wall in Slovenia Koteenik - is only 8 Kms away, the Reka climbing wall is also close.
Slovene is an Indo-European language belonging to the Western subgroup of the South Slavic branch of the Slavic languages, together with Serbo-Croatian.
It is close to the Chakavian and especially Kajkavian dialects of Serbo-Croatian, but further from the Shtokavian dialect, the basis for the Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian standard languages.
By the 15th century, most of the northern areas were gradually Germanized: the northern border of the Slovene-speaking territory stabilized on the line going from north of Klagenfurt to south of Villach and east of Hermagor in Carinthia, while in Styria it was pretty much identical with the current Austrian-Slovenian border.
This linguistic border remained almost unchanged until the late 19th century, when a second process of Germanization took place, mostly in Carinthia.
We can offer a choice of accommodation as follows: - two self-contained apartments (with balconies) - four double rooms - grass or hard standing pitches for tents, trailers, caravans and motor homes - places with upholstered bases suitable for sleeping bags (traditional hayrack) To enhance your vacation we also provide: - Licensed bar - BBQ - Pleasant garden - Communal area with tables and chairs - Smoking and non-smoking areas - Radio - Cable TV (in rooms) - Wireless internet connection - Shops and restaurants within walking distance The Campsite nestles in the heart of the Savinjska valley, surrounded by tree clad mountains, yet is only 2 Km from the AI, National Highway.