Gorje or gorjanski kot (highlands corner) is the name for a group of 11 villages and settlements, and represents the area adjacent to Bled, Bohinj White, Jesenice, Kranjska Gora and Bohinj.
The most recognizable landmarks of Gorje are the Pokljuka gorge, through which also leads Slovenian Geological Trail and Vintgar Gorge - 1600 m long gorge, through which flows the wonderful greenish Radovna river with its pools, waterfalls and rapids. Gorge, which was officially opened in 1893, ends with a waterfall Šum, which is considered to be the largest river and free-falling waterfall in Slovenia.
Gorje however offers so much more and invites guests with wonderful views of the Karavanke, archaeological finds, which date back to the time of the Stone Age, historic homesteads and holiday resorts.
And on top of it all, you will love the comfortable private accommodations and delicious, genuinely homely food.