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Turist Information Centre Ajdovščina
Cesta IV. Prekomorske 61 A
5270 Ajdovščina

tel.: +386 5 36 59 140
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Schedule:
Oct-Apr:
mon - fri: 8.00 - 16.00
sat: 8.00 - 12.00

May-Sept:
mon - fri: 10.00 - 18.00
sat: 8.00 - 12.00





iskalnik
Col
villages nearby

When heading to the Vipava Valley and taking the road via the village of Črni Vrh, you will come across the village of Col right before descending to the valley. The back part of Col is situated at the hillside of the Trnovo Forest while its front is looking towards the Vipava Valley, the Karst and all the way to the Gulf of Trieste.

The heart of the Local Community of Col, which...

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Cycle Routs
sports activities

NEW: Rent-a-bike in Ajdovščina
In the Ajdovščina sport centre in Ajdovščina offer bikes with bike-equipment, at the moment they have 2 bikes for adultes and 2 bikes for children.
Price:
1 hour 3,00€
3 hours 6,00€
6 hours 8,00 €
12 hours 10,00 €

Cycle routes have been planned by Urška Štrancar and are also published in the leaflet...

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Veno Pilon (1896 - 1970) - great painter from Ajdovščina
important personalities

Veno Pilon, painter, graphic, photographer, was born as a baker's son in Ajdovščina in 1896.
After the gymnasium graduation in Gorizia, he joined the WWI as an Austrian soldier. He survived to an imprisonment in Russia.
He studied in Prague, Florence and Vienna. His first exhibitions took place in Slovenia, Yugoslavia, Italy and other countries in the 20's. In 1926 he lived six months in...

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