Sotinski breg - area
The last vulcano in the area of today's Slovenia, particulary in the village Grad in Goričko, erupted 3 million years ago. We have awakened it again in the adventure park Vulkanija, where you can literally experience its outbreak.
In the northern part of the village Dolič in the municipality of Kuzma stands a tall wooden belfry of square ground plan, which was built by the villagers after the 2nd World War. Within the belfry is a bell brough from the region Dolenjska.
Church in Pertoča stands on the foundations of about 400 year old small church. Specialty of the church from 1963 is a unique Way of the Cross of the Austrian master p. Wolfgang Kogler, now deceased Carthusian from monastery of Pleterje.
The rich fauna and flora, which surround the lake and its area, is very eagerly researched by biologist mag. Bernarda Novak. The activity route around the lake "Bernardina Pot" (Route of Bernarda) was named after her.
In 1934, the stratospheric aviators Professor Max Cosyns and his assistant Nere van Elst, landed in a ballon in the village Ženavlje. On the place where the stratospheric ballon landing, was in 1997 set a memorial of an artistic value, work of academic sculptor Mirko Bratuša.
The castle is a specialty, as we are initially surprised by the unusual shape of the inner courtyard with a higher western and eastern level, due to the form of the hill, on which the castle is built. Castle courtyard is surrounded by pentagonal plan of the peripheral wings, are sometimes reaching the first, sometimes the second floor.
Mineral water in Nuskova contains a lot of iron, and is recommended for anemic people. In the area around the spring is a straw-roofed house where you can relax. A willow avenue is nearby the spring. Slatinski vrelec (Satina spring) is a part of a willow path, which runs through the villages Rogašovci, Nuskova and Sveti Jurij.
Tromejnik is a geographic point at the three borders point - Slovenia, Austria and Hungary. There's a milestone in the form of a pyramid since 1924 set on its 365 meters above sea level. A linden tree was planted in 1988 at the International meeting. In 1993 was a Slovenian coat of arms installed. Tromejnik can be accessed from all three countries.
Various types of coniferous and deciduous trees, which are growing in Goričko or have been brought from elsewhere are presented by name along the way.
Interestingly, in the forest grows a fir, which here reaches the highest point of its eastern areal in Slovenia.