You will visit Pedrova, an ancient village on the northern edge of the Karst Plateau with views of the entire Vipava Valley. You'll get to know a cheese farm, walk to colourful pastures and mingle with sheep and goats.
We offer breakfast, lunch and dinner - mainly local dishes based on old Primorska recipes. We try to prepare and offer mainly home-made food, which we produce ourselves or buy from local producers.
From walking and cycling on marked trails, to cycling, table tennis, badminton, you can also try your hand at archery or air gun shooting. In the surrounding area you can go paragliding, horse riding, rowing, swimming in the river and the sea, golf, tennis, skiing (ski equipment can be rented).
The farm is located in the very centre of the hunting ground of the Tabor Dornberk Branik hunting family. Deer, wild boar, wild hare, pheasant are hunted. In our hunting ground you can observe white-tailed hawks, falcons, badgers, wild cats, foxes, deer and coyotes. Hunting is by prior arrangement. For hunting dates, prices and other information, please contact the Hunters' Association.
The Vipava River is divided into the upper reaches, which are dominated by the salmonids, the middle stream, which is home to both salmonids and cyprinids, and the lower reaches, where the main species found are cyprinidae. In addition to the Vipava River, the Vogršček Accumulation Lake is nearby, where carp and pike predominate.