The Church of St. Primus and St. Felician in the small village of Jamnik is considered as one of the most beautiful and picturesque Slovenian historical monuments. It is located on the verge of a prominence, which, on account of its visibility throughout the Gorenjska region, also served as a non-fortified signaling post in the time of Turkish invasions. The church consists of a rectangular nave, a trilatteraly coupled presbytery and a bell tower, leanded against the nave and covered with pyramid-shaped roof. The facade of the nave with painted graphite grey comerstones of Renaissance and Baroque conceals older, medieval core.
Planina above Vrhnika is about 745 metres high hill, which is located in the vicinity of the town Vrhnika. It is a destination that is very popular among local people. At the top there is a mountain hut and a wooden lookout tower. In the hut they offer a variety of local dishes and refreshing drinks. There you can also get a cup of Cankar’s Coffee. The first cup of coffee in Vrhnika arose from the pen of the famous Slovenian writer named Ivan Cankar. Centuries late, they designed a new story about delicious coffee. It is roasted in a family company in Vrhnika.