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Sights in the area around Terme 3000

Over there, on the left bank of the Mura

Prekmurje is characterised by the Mura river, the Pannonian plains and the hilly landscape of nearby Goričko. This is where joy intertwines with reverie, playfulness plays with calm, and modernity mixes with a genuine connection with nature. It is often said that anyone who has visited Prekmurje once will return again and again. Just like the storks, the large birds indigenous to this land, who find their way back to their Prekmurje village home every spring.

Daytrips in the area of Terme 3000

  • Lake Bukovnica
    Lake Bukovnica (Bukovniško jezero) is known for the miraculous power of the nature around it. Shaded by chestnut and beech trees, there are a number of beneficial energy points around the lake to improve your health and general well-being. Take a walk around the lake and absorb fresh energy in pristine nature.
  • The Island of Love in Ižakovci and a floating mill
    Over the millennia, the Mura has carved out a natural island at Ižakovci, which the locals named the Island of Love. On the island they built a floating mill; today it houses a mill museum and sells various products made in the mill.
  • The Korenika eco-social farm
    The Korenika eco-social farm introduces visitors to the specifics of organic farming and the use of herbs in everyday life. You can take part in preparing traditional dishes with organic ingredients (spelt rolls, spreads, bread, salads with spelt and buckwheat...) or feeding and taking care of the farm animals.
  • The Goričko castle
    Slovenia’s largest Baroque castle stands in the heart of the Goričko Nature Park. According to legend, it has a total of 365 rooms. First built by the Knights Templar in the 11th century, in the 19th century it was adapted into the building we know today. The locals can tell you a number of legends about the castle, the most famous of which tells the story of a castle lord who desired the crown of a flying dragon.
  • The Plečnik church in Bogojina
    The church in Bogojina was designed by the famous Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik. Its pure white exterior has led locals to call it the “white dove”. Prekmurje’s best-known place of worship, the church is an interesting example of early 20th century architecture.
  • The rotunda in Selo
    Built in the 13th century, the rotunda – a round church dedicated to St. Nicholas and the Virgin Mary – is a monument to Romanesque architecture and Gothic painting. According to legend, it originally belonged to the Knights Templar.
  • Lake Bukovnica Adventure Park
    Visit the adventure park in the pristine landscape by Lake Bukovnica and test your physical dexterity on 58 climbing elements suitable for various ages and abilities. The lowest are 1.5 m high, while the highest are 8 m. Taller visitors can brave the Stork’s flight, a 27 m long climbing course.
  • The Volcania Adventure Park
    In Volcania near Grad in Goričko, they have revived the last volcano in Slovenia, which was active 3 million years ago. Visit the adventure park to experience a volcanic eruption and discover the exciting world of volcanoes and the forces that govern our planet.
  • European Stork Village
    The Velika Polana municipality is especially known for white storks. In the second half of July and August, large flocks of storks congregate in the wider area of Mala Polana and Velika Polana. In 1999, Velika Polana was awarded the title of European Stork Village by the EuroNatur initiative.
  • Tropical orchid garden, Dobrovnik
    In Dobrovnik, you will find a small tropical forest: a garden of tropical plants heated by thermal water. In addition to a wide variety of orchid species, there are other fascinating tropical and subtropical plants from around the world to admire: from banana, pepper and coffee plants to the plain old flamingo flower.
  • Rafting on the Mura
    From a raft on the Mura, you will be able to admire the beautiful landscape around the river. Experienced guides will show you the hidden corners of the exciting Mura river and the nature around it. All you have to do is enjoy!
  • The Murska Sobota Castle
    The Murska Sobota Castle – a Renaissance manor – is situated in the town’s large park. Inside you will find an exhibition on Prekmurje’s archaeological past and the history of the people who lived by the Mura river from prehistoric to modern times.
  • The Časar mill in Berkovci
    The Časar mill stands in Berkovci on the forest edge by the Ratkovci stream. Built in 1930, it has been declared a cultural and technical monument. The museum includes an ethnology collection of tools, the remains of an oil mill, a fascinating Francis turbine and an impressive machine powered by wood gas.
  • The Kodila Ham House
    The Kodila Ham House offers tours and tastings of Pomurje hams and other delicacies. They will be happy to show you the clay coated, thatched roof spaces where the Prekmurje hams are matured. “Know what you eat!” is the motto that guides them in the production of Prekmurje and Goričko ham.
  • The pottery village of Filovci
    Come to Filovci to learn all about pottery, Prekmurje’s most typical craft, and discover the authentic “cimprače”: thatched roof houses built from wood and clay. The houses are equipped with furniture typical of the Pomurje region.
  • The Marof winery and mansion in Mačkovci
    The Marof vineyards bask in the sun on the slopes of Goričko. Overlooking the village of Mačkovci, the winery boasts modern premises for traditional wine-making. In addition to wine tasting, the Marof winery also serves house dishes and a variety of regional delicacies.

Experience your own story of Prekmurje!

Every now and then we invite various experts, bloggers and journalists to experience Prekmurje and the wider Pomurje region for themselves. We show them around Terme 3000, tell them the story of each accommodation facility and introduce them to the local cuisine and the special features of our wellness offer, and take them to see the most amazing corners of the countryside on the left bank of the Mura River. Their visits to our resort and the local area have resulted in a number of interesting and entertaining articles, photographs and videos that show off our services through their eyes.

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