Rak Škocjan Valley
A picturesque Karst valley created by a collapsed cave ceiling, the remains of which can be seen as two magnificent natural bridges looming 40 m over River Rak. Taking a stroll from the Small Natural Bridge to the Large Natural Bridge, in the shade of hundred-year-old trees, you will witness the geological processes that have shaped this land for millions of years. Founded in 1949, the Rak Škocjan area was the first Slovenian landscape park, which further attests to the uniqueness of this 2.5 km valley. We recommend a visit by foot or a cycling tour; if water levels are normal, you can also explore River Rak on a boating trip.