From village to village

Barbana

The small village Barbana was renovated by local people.

Biljana

Biljana is one of the most beautiful village of Brda, recognizable by its distinctive Aquileian tower.

Ceglo

Ceglo got its name after a Roman brickworks.

Dobrovo

 Dobrovo is the administrative center of Brda,which boasts the largest wine cellar in Slovenia and and a preserved reneissance castle.

Frlanšče v Krasnem

In Frlanšče and Krasno, you can see a completely preserved farm, a colonus house.

Gradno

Gradno whose name probably derives from “graden” (sessile oak).

Hum

Hum, a village on a dominant ridge.

Kozana

Kozana is also a dispersed village with a good view.

Medana

  Medana, picturesque wine-growing village with a pronounced cultural life.

Plešivo

Plešivo border village with an interesting fortified hamlet Jordano, a former Jesuit property.

Senik

Senika, a clustered village with notable influences by Venetian architecture.

Snežeče

Šmartno

Šmartno, the architectural jewel, a former medieval border military fortress and today a largely renovated village is one of the most beautiful cultural monuments in Slovenia.

Vipolže

The well-preserved legacies of the old castle and mills.

Vrhovlje pri Kojskem

Vrhovlje pri Kojskem, a settlement with a large baroque pilgrimage church of the Virgin Mary

Belo, Nozno

Belo, is former typical Brda clustered village, near Neblo. 

Brezovk

Brezovk village with remnants of Venetian-style architecture.

Cerovo

Gornje Cerovo and Dolnje Cerovo are interesting in various aspects.

Fojana

Fojana is a small village with rich history.

Golo Brdo

Golo Brdo is small village where can you visit a medieval church.

Hruševlje

Hruševlje with interesting Gothic church of St. Mary. Margaret.

Kojsko

Kojsko is a scattered village in Brda whit the church of the Holy Cross based on the small hill.

Kožbana

Kožbana is the largest village of the so-called Kožbana Corner.

Neblo

The village of Neblo in the lower Brda is composed of several hamlets which is usual for the villages that belonged to the Venetian Republic.

Podsabotin

Podsabotin is the village located at the base of the hill Sabotin.

 

Slapnik

Splanik, a village full of interesting motifs and stone detail.

Šlovrenc

With already disappeared medieval castle and renovated house of Polenčič, where you can observe the displayed remains of the castle

Vedrijan

Vedrijani, a village first mentioned in 1319, has always been famous for its good wine.

Višnjevik

Višnjevik, a village which according to folklore got the name from sour cherries.

Vrhovlje pri Kožbani

Vrovlje pri Kožbani, where stands the church of St.. Andrew with the oldest frescoes in Brda.