Grosuplje lies in a small basin, south-east of Ljubljana in the Central Slovenia region. As one travels from Ljubljana to Grosuplje, Ljubljana Marshes blend into the characteristic hilly landscape of the Dolenjska region. The town and its surroundings are still relatively undiscovered by the tourists, and it is worth the visit. To find some great photo spots you have to do a little trip around the town. Our favourite locations in the area are:
A small private nature educational trail Following the Kingfisher Trails just bellow the village of Cerovo near Grosuplje in Central Slovenia consist of two small ponds and a few lookout towers. It is a really great spot for observing and photographing birds and other animals.
Županova jama is the most beautiful cave in the Dolenjska region, located near the village of Cerovo and only 700 metres away from another attraction of the area, a fortified historical church known as Tabor.
Luče is a small village near Grosuplje in the Central Slovenia region. The main photo attraction must be the local church, dedicated to Saint Oswald.
PS: Featured image by P. Lajovic for Visit Ljubljana: