Vila Bovec Alpine Apartments
from £65 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £65 /night help Price for guests, Nights
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
The modern, bright and spacious self-catering apartment is located in the heart of the village of Bovec. The apartments which sleeps 4 people in 2 large private bedrooms, is comprehensively furnished to a very high standard & offer stunning views across the Triglav National Park. There is also a large double sofa bed in the living area. A compact mountain resort, Bovec has a great range of welcoming cafes, bars and restaurants all within 5 minutes walk from the accommodation.
You will also find a grocery shop, a bakery, fruit stall and a Gelaterie all within 1 minute walk from your front door. Whether you want to be lively and energetic or just take things easy and relax, Vila Bovec caters for all age groups. The apartment provides a quiet and peaceful place to rest, whilst you have the facilities and energy of Bovec village right on your doorstep. The apartment comes with towels and bedding, as well as all of the kitchen/bathroom utensils/facilities you would expect from a self catered apartment. There is a large secure storage room on the ground floor – these are great for storing all kinds of valuable sporting equipment including skis, snowboards, bikes, watersports equipment etc..
1st Floor Balcony Apartment (sleeps 4-6)
The newly constructed apartment offers two bedrooms, both tastefully furnished. There is a double bed in the master bedroom, with twin beds in the second double bedroom. There is also a very large double sofa bed in the living area, along with dinner table and chairs for 4 people. The apartment offers a modern fully fitted kitchen, washing machine, iron & board. The apartment is very bright and spacious with high ceilings throughout. Leading from the living area is a magnificent 29 sq.m. balcony with long wooden table and chairs that looks out towards stunning scenery in the Triglav National Park and Soca Valley.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Klagenfurt (2hrs), Trieste (1.5hrs), Ljubljana (2h 95 km, Nearest railway: Moste Na Soci 50 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
The apartment also comes with a large secured storage room on the ground floor perfect for storing ski/snowboard/sports equipment. Parking is available immediately outside the apartments.
|Further details outdoors|
The apartment is in the centre of Alpine village of Bovec, within 2minutes walk to several cafes, restaurants, bars, sports agencies. There is also a small mercator supermarket, Bakery, Fruit shop and Gelaterie next door top the apartments. Vila Bovec provides a perfect gateway to the Soca river and the Triglav mountains, as well as the Kanin-Sella Nevea ski resort
Prices are in euro's for the apartment per day, not per person.
• Max 4 people.
• Minimum stay 3 nights.
• Prices include designated parking space, gas and electricity.
• There is an additional charge of €35 for end cleaning, towels & linen.
• There is an additional to tourist tax and registration surcharge of €2,30 per Adult per day.
• Details regarding payment will be given once availability of dates has been confirmed.
On booking we will send you a comprehensive activity file. This will include directions from airports, information on the local area & attractions, contact names & numbers.
• €150 non refundable deposit required for bookings of up to 7 days.
• €300 non refundable deposit required for bookings exceeding 7 days.
Balance to be paid at least 2 calendar months before holiday commencement.
The Slovenian Littoral Region
Slovenia is a very green and mountainous country with over half of its terrain covered in woodland. Bovec is a charming and picturesque village nestling below the Julian Alps in the heart of the stunningly beautiful Soca Valley. An alpine centre within Slovenia’s famous Triglav National Park, it offers a wide variety of tourist activities throughout the year and has numerous sports agencies for those that like outdoor pursuits. A high panoramic mountain road runs from Bovec, through the stunning Trenta Valley across Vrsic Pass at 1611m, to Kranjska Gora. The terrain is steep and the views over the Triglav National Park are incredible.
Fantastic views across to the National Park from the apartments Balcony. The National Park contains most of the countries share of the Julian Alps with many peaks rising to above 2500m.
Summers are much warmer and sunnier than the UK, whilst the winters are substantially colder! In winter, skiing is the popular pastime in Bovec, the ski lift leading to the Kanin-Sella Nevea ski resort is situated at the edge of Bovec village centre. Kanin is the highest ski resort in Slovenia extending above 2000m. Kanin is connected to Sella Nevea ski resort in Italy. In late spring you can ride the Soca river as the thawing snow turns the crystal clear streams into white water rapids or search for alpine flowers on the slopes. In summer, it is a great place for hiking, biking or mountain climbing with 100kms of trails to explore. The gondolas continue to run and will take you to a?restaurant, with an outstanding view 2200m above sea level. Slovenia's largest Zip line park was opened in Bovec in 2012, with 6 Zip wires winding down the mountain above Bovec. Autumn is short and spectacular. The forests are set afire with colour, a sight second only to the New England fall.
Bovec is located in the north west of Slovenia, 10km from the Italian border, 40km from the Austrian border
Some of the highlights:-
*Kanin-Sella Nevea Ski Resort
*Tarvisio Ski Resort
*Triglav National Park
*Mt Mangart, Mt Kanin, Mt Krn
*Bovec-Kanin Mountain Bike Park
*Soca River for White Water Rafting, Kayaking, Canoeing, Hydrospeeding
*Road cycling through the Alpine passes of Slovenia, Italy, Austria
*Take the mountain train (vehicles and passengers) from Moste Na Soci to Lake Bohinj and Lake Bled
Bovec is a paradise for nature lovers and the outdoor enthusiast. It is a charming and picturesque village nestled below the Julian Alps in the heart of the beautiful Soca Valley. The mountain range on the western side of the valley represents the Italian border. An alpine centre within Slovenia’s famous Triglav National Park, home to many mountains rising to 2500m. Bovec offers a wide variety of tourist activities throughout the year and has many sports agencies for those that like outdoor pursuits.
Vila Bovec is the perfect base in the heart of this small village. There is a great range of welcoming cafes, bars and restaurants all within 2 minutes walk from the accommodation. Direct flights (including Ryanair, Easyjet, Adria Airlines), run to Trieste (95km) & Venice (175km) in Italy, Klagenfurt (95km, Austria) and Ljubljana (135km, Slovenia)
Winter Sports: Kanin-Sella Nevea ski resort is accessible from Bovec village and is the only resort in Slovenia that extends above 2000m. Kanin is connected to the Italian resort of Sella Nevea, providing a combined 40km of pistes, with an altitude range of 1140-2300m and an excellent snow record the season can last from December until early May. Facilities on the slopes include ski and boot rental, ski school, restaurants and bars. The Cable car to Kanin mountain runs directly from Bovec village. The possibilities for skiing extends over 3 nations, Italy, Austria and Slovenia. The wider ski area includes 7 villages and towns, not all linked by ski runs, but very close to each other so that it is possible to reach any of the ski resorts in short day trips. Tarvisio (Italy) is the nearest larger ski area, 30mins drive from Bovec. Many of the multi day ski passes include access to other local resorts. Each apartment offers its own large secured storage cupboard for ski/boarding equipment on the ground floor. Other winter sports in the valley include, Ice Climbing, Snowshoeing, Mountaineering, Ski Touring and Sledging.
Bovec is the adventure sports capital of Slovenia. In particular Bovec and the Soca River are a mecca for watersports including white water rafting, canoeing, kayaking, hydrospeed. Other popular activities run by a number of outdoor agencies in the village include, canyoning, rock climbing, sky diving, paraglyding, trekking. In 2012 Slovenia’s largest zip wire park opened in Bovec – 2.4km long split between 4 wires (soon to be extended).
Go hiking, mountaineering or rock climbing – there is a vast array of walking opportunities to be had, where mighty mountain peaks weave together with sheep and goat pastures criss-crossed with trails, streams, rivers, and waterfalls to make some wonderful scenery. Walking/Trekking paths throughout this part of Slovenia are well established and well marked. The So?a Valley and the Julian Alps offers something for everyone – from easy valley walks and rougher forest trails to multi-day hut to hut walks, and high-mountain protected routes, some of which require Alpine mountaineering experience. There are many climbing opportunities throughout the soca valley, From the 1000m vertical limestone walls above Log Pod Mangratom to the numerous short sport routes. There are plenty of crags, both protected and unprotected at all grades and for all abilities throughout the valley.
The Bovec area is interwoven with mountain tracks, trails and roads; a paradise for mountain biking. Numerous biking trails, which as a rule lead across the most beautiful spots of the Bovec area, offer pleasant experiences to both recreational and mountain bikers. Recreational bikers will be carried away by easy, joyfully organised trails with minor elevation changes, while the more experienced will be fascinated by the diverse terrain trails leading through shady forests and nearby rivers and streams. Downhill-Kanin Mountain Bike Park, open 365 days a year, accessible from the Bovec-Kanin cable car, divided into 3 stages, there is something for both the Novice and the extreme downhill riders. If you prefer the roads then from Bovec there are many options. A day ride from Bovec may take you across the Italian and Austrian borders, past the beautiful lakes of Bohinj and Bled (via the mountain train), down the Soca valley or up the highest mountain pass in Slovenia Vrši? (1611 m) and onto Kranjskja Gora.
Spectacular day trips include driving (or cycling) the high panoramic mountain road that runs from Bovec, through the stunning Trenta Valley and across the Vrsic Pass at 1611m, then down to Kranjska Gora. The terrain is steep and the views over the Triglav National Park are beautiful. You can also drive down the valley and take the car/passenger train through the Triglav mountain range to Lake Bohinj and Lake Bled. The train journey takes 45minutes and is an incredible experience in itself.
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5 Aug 2013
stayed in apartment with husband, daughters and son-in-law July 2013. The apartment was perfect. Sleeping rooms (3) with ample room for 6 people. The apartment is modern, clean, well equipped, conveniently located in a lovely town. Immediately adjacent to the supermarket, shops, restaurants etc. and with exceptional views and a wifi spot just outside the door. The people of Bovec are incredibly hospitable and friendly and most with excellent English speaking skills. Any kind of adventure could very easily be arranged from numerous outfitters in the town. Registration and directions were excellent and the people managing the apartment were very accommodating and available. Would highly recommend staying in this lovely town and apartment. KP Cleveland, Ohio (USA)
28 Oct 2012
"Experience summer and winter in one holiday"
Slovenia is an amazing country and the Soca valley is breathtaking. Bovec was the perfect place to be based and Vila Bovec was right in the heart of the village, a few minutes walk away from everything that the village has to offer. We visited in the middle of April without any expectations to ski, but the slopes were open and the skies were blue so we hired equipment and spent 2 days skiing between Slovenia and Italy, down the long runs leading into to the village at Sella Nevea. The snow was very soft towards the bottom in Italy – to be expected at this time of year. Also be warned – the last lift from Sella Nevea back to the summit of Kanin runs at 3:20pm in April, we missed it by 2mins!!! This left us stranded in Italy resulting in a 45minute, €50 taxi ride back to Bovec (many thanks to reception for arranging this!). We spent other days hiking in the mountains and through the Soca Valley to some of the local waterfalls, and Kayaking down the beautiful Soca river from Bovec to Kobarid. Some of the hiking in the Triglav, Mangart and Kanin ranges looks incredible, routes are well established and the area seems well set up for multi day treks with many large mountain lodges catering for hikers/climbers. We were so impressed with the weather which enabled us to split our time between a winter and summer holiday - skiing at 2200m, before Kayaking and walking in 15-20c sunshine down in the valley. Finally, we loved the apartment – it was bright, modern, spacious, comfortable and as already mentioned perfectly located. Despite being in the centre of the village there was no noise. It was clean and had all the facilities and equipment that you could need from a self catered apartment. There is a small supermarket and an excellent bakery right on the doorstep. A great holiday.
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