Hostel Ociski RAJ

Hostel

Address

Ocizla 1c KozinaSee nearby area

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    Hostel Ociski Raj is a nice hostel with big common room (kitchen).
    Its surroundings offer you an active holiday. The hostel is a paradise for
    climbers (nearby climbing area in Osp, climbing area in Crni Kal, Glinscica regional park/Val Rosandra, Napoleonica (Italy)),
    cavers (nearby Skocjans caves, the Divaca cave, Vilenica cave, Dimnice cave, 35 km to Postojna cave),
    cyclists (The recreational trail on the abandoned railway line Hrpelje-Kozina - Trst, Slavnik),
    hikers and other nature lovers! You can go to the seaside and just enjoy yourself in numerous ways!

    You can find us in the south - western part of Slovenia, between Istria and Karst in a small village Ocizla, 3.5km from Kozina (Between Trieste and Rijeka)
    Koper only 15 minutes away :)

    Offer:
    5 rooms.
    Room with a double bed.
    Shared kitchen and common room.
    Bedding included in the price.
    Towel included in the price.
    Wi-Fi.
    TV.
    Tourist information point.
    Rent a bike.
    Organisation of the trips with arranged transport.

    Please note:
    Cancellation policy: 48h advance notice
    Late cancellation or noshow – one night charge
    Payment upon arrival by cash and credit cards
    Check in from 14.00 to 23.00
    Check out before 11.30
    Breakfast not included. (3€)
    Taxes included.

    Services & facilities

    • Parking
      • Free Parking
    • Recreation
      • Bicycle Hire
      • Board games
      • Cable TV
      • Common Room
    • Housekeeping
      • Laundry Facilities
      • Linen Included
      • Towels Included
      • Washing machine
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free Internet Access
      • Free WiFi
      • Internet Access
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