LET'S EXPLORE THE SURROUNDINGS
Past the house and ahead over the rolling hills there is a winding cycling route, which invites cycling enthusiasts and treats them with gorgeous views on almost every bend.
Nearby the Vukan House, there are beautiful thematic trails suitable for anyone who likes to take a walk in the fresh air, enjoy the wonderful view of the breathtaking hills, fields, meadows and forests, and meet generous people.
Hisa Vukan is close to some great SPA’s, in each of them you will find different thermal experience.
Your children can find a place to play in the town of Miklavž, situated five minutes away from the Vukan House. They can play in the local football or tennis field and use up their energy on the athletic track.
VISITING NEARBY TOWNS AND SHOPPING
Shopping for your daily groceries you can do in Ormož (8km) or in Ljutomer (10km), where you can find some bigger shops. In Miklavž pri Ormož you can find a small local supermarket (Mercator), which you can reach by car (2.5 km) or by foot (850m).
The Livada Moravske Toplice Golf Course offers satisfaction for the experienced and less experienced players. 18 playing fields extend over 50 hectares and surround the Terme 3000 – Moravske Toplice tourist complex as a natural park.
In the winter months, you can enjoy over 40 kilometres of ski runs at the Mariborsko Pohorje Ski Resort. 10 kilometres of the ski runs are suitable for beginners as well as advanced skiers and snowboarders. The ski run also features the longest illuminated ski run in Europe and is famous all over the world for the Golden Fox competition in the World Cup in female skiing.
There are tons of places for fishing nearby Hisa Vukan. We have listed some suggestions on our blog.
HOME-MADE PRODUCT SALE
In the vicinity, you can find many organic farms offering organic food.
WINE AND LOCAL FOOD
The area is also known for it's high-quality wine, which you can taste in nearby rural houses or at our place.
This area is famous for grape harvests in autumn. In this time, the hills fill with joyous sounds of grape harvesters. Grape harvesting does not involve only picking grapes, but also socialising. The owner of the vineyard makes sure that the people do not go hungry and that they can quench their thirst with a glass of good wine.
THE FEAST OF ST MARTIN
The most popular celebration in Slovenia related to wine and the wine culture is St Martin’s Day celebration. We celebrate it on 11 November, but the celebrations continue in the following week or two. Almost every seventh Slovenian is a winegrower, so you can imagine the importance of this holiday when must turns into wine.
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