On the other side of Slovenia flows the Kolpa, a river that shares its upper and middle course with Croatia.

On the other side of Slovenia flows the Kolpa, a river that shares its upper and middle course with Croatia. The Kolpa is nothing short of a prehistoric, unspoilt river and is home to the red-spotted Brown Trout, Grayling and Huchen. Most of this wild area is very accessible yet incredibly remote at the same time, with unbelievably peaceful fishing grounds in the ancient Kočevje forest.

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