The Pristava Tourist Village, tips for you:


On turist farm Pr Okornu, you can eat lunch or dinner weekends (Saturday and Sunday). You can also eat at weekdays, but please call and reserve a meal on the phone:  +386 40 702 936 .

They offer homemade smoked ham, smoked sallami, smoked backon and many vegetable products. Every Saturday they also sell their products on market in Ivančna Gorica.


On farm Pr Tonijevih, you can rent a holliday house Virida. You can book a holiday house via the form on the rihgt side or send an email to, M +386 40 702 936. 

We offer picnic area, camper parking and relaxation under starry sky in a tent.

WHERE TO ENJOY A FREE TIME  in our village ?

In our village, Pristava nad Stično, you can visit St. Lambert’ church. You can walk down there and you see a memorial of Virda Visconti, which was set on anniversary of her death. Read a story of Lady of the Manor. You can also walk through Pristava and go on our highest point, where Partisan hut was  build and enjoy the most magnificant view around Slovenia.

Farm Pr Tonijevih offer picnic area with football, vollyball and kids playground. You can also rent go-karts on pedals and drive them through the Park.

On turist farm Okorn, you can rent go-karts on pedals at weekends, or spend your free time by playing with kids on playground for them.


Our village is a great starting point for exploring the whole Slovenia. You need half an hour, to drive to our capital city Ljubljana, one houre to visit Postojna cave, where you can see the most magnificent worlds underground.

The third place to visit in Slovenia is definetly Bled and his lake. You must try their dessert, called “Kremna rezina” or in english Bled Cream Cake.

Forth place you can visit in Slovenia is Piran and salt pans. You wiil need one hour and forty minutes by car.

You can also spend your free time in some of the thermal spas which are near us:


On farm Pr Mežnar they have vegetableS from pristine nature, milk and eggs.

On farm Pr Lampret you can buy honey from Pristava.


Welcome to our pristine natural embrace!