The ancient village of Ledine is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful villages in Idrija, situated on the Ledine Plateau. Due to its Karst nature, the surface of the Ledine Plateau hides a richness of fossils, as well as numerous caves, abysses, and sinkholes. The vast plateau offers opportunities for a pleasant hike to Sivka (1008 m), Gradišče (998 m), or Mrzli Vrh (987 m). A visit to Mrzli Vrh in early spring, when the crocuses turn the hayfields purple, is particularly special. From here, you can enjoy views of the Škofja Loka and Cerkno hills, the Julian Alps, the Kamnik–Savinja Alps, and the Polhov Gradec hills.
A hundred years ago, the Rapallo borde divided the area between the kingdoms of Italy and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes ran right across here. The dividing line ran along the watershed between the Black Sea and the Adriatic Sea. It was marked on the ground by numerous landmarks, some of which have survived to the present day.
In the past, people used to live in harmony with nature. Old traditions have been carefully preserved until today: here, you can see a valuable collection of farming equipment, or visit the traditional event of harvesting rye. The two local caterers will welcome you with open hands and offer you home-made and local dishes.