This footpath is a unique path in the area of the Kolpa Regional Park. It winds along the Kolpa River past the Trpotec spring, which is known as the source of eternal youth, to the village of Breg where you can find the last working mill on the river Kolpa. And Kobiljača, the longest karst cave in Bela krajina, is situated nearby. The path continues to the so called French stone and the village of Kot pri Damlju which is the southernmost point of Slovenia. The hike ends in the picturesque village of Damelj.
The traditional hike along the southernmost Slovenian footpath usually takes place in May, offering hikers to experience warm hospitality of local people and their culinary specialities.
- Waypoints: Radenci–Breg–Kot–Damelj
- Start: in Radenci near the chapel
- Access: road Črnomelj–Stari trg ob Kolpi
- Length: 11 km
- Time: 3 h
- Highest Point: Damelj, 217 m
- Difficulty: Easy. The path is undemanding, because it mostly passes through the meadows and forests along the banks of the Kolpa River.
Points of interest
The village of Radenci, Trpotec spring (the source of eternal youth), Breg (the only still working mill on the river Kolpa), Kobiljača karst cave (the longest cave in Bela krajina), French stone, Kot pri Damlju (the southernmost point of Slovenia), Damelj and Church of St. Michael in Damelj