18 km from your accommodation
This region in The north-east of Slovenia was already well-known in the ancient Roman Empire Wine region. The fertile soils and the special microclimate left before especially white wines of high quality mature. And that hasn't changed to this day changed. Through the successful tourist marketing of the wine-growing region Ljutomer - Jeruzalem - Ormož, the region is now a global epitome for excellent wines and an indescribably beautiful landscape.
Javni zavod TKŠ Ormož
Grajski trg 3
phone: +386 (0) 51 634 311
phone: +386 (0) 2 741 53 56
Observation tower Gomila
3 km from your accommodation
Gomila is a 352 m high viewing hill in Slovenske gorice and at the same time the highest point in the eastern Slovenske region gorice, which is the junction for four municipalities: Juršinci, Sveti Tomaž, Ljutomer and Sveti Jurij ob Ščavnici. A 17.5 m high stands on it Metal observation tower. At first it was made of wood, then it was made by one Storm torn down. The current tower served in the past as a
Monitoring tower of the Yugoslav People's Army. The tower was invented by Janez Dedicated to Puh (1862-1914), a local from the nearby town »Oblačjek«. The tower was opened on the 130th anniversary of its birth. Past There are numerous marked hiking and biking trails, which is why there is the Checkpoint (KT-7). From the tower there is a wonderful view of Slovenske gorice, to tnortheast over the valley Mursko polje to Prekmurje (Übermurgebiet), towards the south over the fields Ptujsko polje and Haloze up to the mountains Boč, Donačka gora and Macelj to Medvednica, to the west
Slovenske Gorice to the Pohorje Mountains. On the southern slopes of Gomila and the neighboring hills grow and flourish vines and fruit trees The north is overgrown with deciduous forest. The houses on Gomila belong to one Settlement called Senčak, where houses are scattered all around and
these are then divided into three congregations.
2258 Sveti Tomaž
phone: +386 (0) 2 719 50 64
Wine tour through time - Ptujsaka klet
20 km from your accommodation
Visit Slovenia's oldest wine cellar, Ptujska klet the best wines from the Haloze and wine-growing regions for 700 years Slovenske Gorice in safe custody. You can see the try the best archive vintages. You will find the greatest treasures in the wine archive of the cellar, like the oldest archive wine from 1917 from the famous Golden vine as well as the largest wooden barrel with a capacity of more than
22 115 liters. Contact for guided tours
through the wine cellar or through the vineyards of Haloze at:
Slovenski trg 5
The oldest grapevine in the world is in Maribor
42 km from your accommodation
In the central part of the in the old city center on the Lent, in front of the Old Vine House, is still growing today still the world's oldest noble grapevine. The variety Schwarzsamtene or Blauer Kölner is in the Guinness book by the confirmed age of more than 450 years Recorded the records as the oldest grapevine worldwide that still exists today bears noble fruit. The old noble grapevines ymbolizes the rich wine culture the city of Maribor, the region of Styria and the country of Slovenia.
The Vine was planted at the end of the Middle Ages, when Maribor was planted by the Turkswas besieged. The fierce fighting between the attackers and it could withstand the city defenders, especially today's house the old vine was once part of the city wall. The tough grapevine could not even fires have anything to do with, and neither does phylloxera, the otherGrapevines practically destroyed. Even if the Old Vine House by the Allied bombing was partially destroyed, this tough one succeeded Plant to withstand it all. Here is the complete history of the ancients Vine.
In the house of the old vine there is a vinotheque with aTasting room available where you can taste top quality wines from theTry the wine-growing region of Slovenian Styria. There are also guided tours of the rich wine heritage and there are museum exhibits. In the souvenir shop with products and the select your favorite souvenir for exquisite Slovenian chocolate yourself or for friends.
Hiša Stare trte
phone: +386 (0) 51 335 521
phone: +386 (0) 2 25 15 100
Try and bui oils - oil mill Središče ob Dravi
24 KM from your accommodation
The pumpkin seed oil from the Središče ob Dravi oil mill offers you unlimited culinary delights with its own unique taste. Come to us and try the excellent oil, which smells tempting when it's still fresh. The pumpkin seed oil is pressed all year round. If you are a little lucky, you can visit the whole production.
We can organize guided tours for groups of more than 10 people. You can also try some dishes made from pumpkins and oil. Visit our area between the Drava and the vineyards and we promise you that you will be happy to come back to us again and again. The shop in the oil mill is open every day from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and on Saturdays from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Središče ob Dravi oil mill
Ljutomerska cesta 4
2277 Središče ob Dravi
The magnificent Ptuj Castle in Slovenia's oldest city
20 km from your accommodation
A little history
Although Ptuj Castle has a long and alluring history, it is still one of the best-preserved castles in Slovenia. It was originally built and completed in the first half of the 12th century, although records show that a fortress stood there earlier in the 9th century. The last owners of the castle were the Counts of Herberstein, who renovated it in 1912. After the building was nationalized in 1945, it was turned into a museum called the Ptuj Ormož Regional Museum, which is now known as one of the main tourist attractions in Slovenia.
Music, art and costumes
Once in Ptuj, climb the hill and arrive at your destination, where for a fee of around six euros you can enter the castle and take a look at the interesting collections. From old musical instruments and simple everyday objects to breathtaking castle chambers, old furniture, medieval weapons and beautiful Gothic and Baroque paintings. Not so long ago, in 2012, a new permanent collection was set up showing the traditional Carnival costumes and masks typical of the region and its surroundings. You can also take a stroll and see the citadel from the outside or sit in the courtyard cafe and enjoy a traditional dessert called gibanica while taking in the amazing views. Authentic Slovenian souvenirs are available in the castle's souvenir shop, which will remind you of your experiences in the land between the Alps and the Adriatic.
The castle not to be missed
Ptuj Castle is undoubtedly one of those fortresses in Slovenia that should be seen and explored if given the chance. The best and most frequent access is via the stairs, but stepless access is also possible. Observing and getting to know the charming town of Ptuj below the fortress as well as the interesting stories and legends about the castle add to the wonderful experience that the oldest town in Slovenia has to offer.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The opening times may vary
Na Gradu 1
phone: +386 2 748 03 60
4 km from your accommodation
Janez Puh was born on June 27, 1862 as the son of Franc and Neža Puh in the municipality of Sakušak near Juršinci. In 1885 he settled down in Graz and improved the bicycle "mischolin", he lowered the bicycle frame, installed two wheels of the same size with ball bearings and the rear wheel was driven by two pedals with a chain. In 1889 he founded the company "Styria Werke" and in 1901 the first motorcycle powered by a gasoline engine came from the Puh factory. In 1912, Puh's factory employed 1,100 workers, produced 16,000 bicycles, 300 motorcycles, and 300 cars.
Of the 19 phew patents known so far, 13 are in the field of road vehicle technology and six for typewriters. He intervened in the construction of internal combustion engines and their use with four patents, in the construction of two-wheelers with three, motorcycles with one, cars with two patents and three patents for the detachable attachment of wheels to motor vehicles.
While visiting the museum, Johann Puch is given the opportunity to get to know his work, the lifestyle of his time and the country to which he so loved to return through words and pictures. The management of the museum has been in the hands of the Peasant Johann Puch Juršinci's association for ten years.
BIOGRAPHY JANEZ PUCH: http://www.janez-puh.si/sl/janez-puh/biografija/
PUCH WORKS WIKIPEDIA: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puch-Werke
Between May and November you can visit the museum every Saturday
and Sunday as well as on holidays 10 a.m. an 6 p.m. During the
week you need to make a prior announcement. +386 51 260 506
Sakušak 83, 2256 Juršinci, Slowenien
phone: +386 51 260 506