The Nadiža river
Its turqoise waters, torrential during the frequent storms, originate under the massive Stol range.
Its turqoise waters, torrential during the frequent storms, originate under the massive Stol range. At the foot of mount Matajur it turns south, crosses the border into Italy and concludes it’s 60 kilometer journey when it joins the river Ter (Torre).
The Nadiža has carved out pools and gorges, as well as depositing numerous shingle beaches. It is one of the cleanest and warmest Alpine rivers, home to the marble trout, rainbow trout and the local crayfish Austropotamobius pallipes italicus. As such it is a natural paradise for bathers and fly fishermen.
According to local folklore, the waters of the Nadiža also possesses healing properties.
Access to the Nadiža river
To protect the harmony between nature and the numerous visitors in the summertime, the Kobarid municipality has implemented a parking regime by the river Nadiža.
There are three maintained parking lots by the river bank (Robič, Napoleonov most and Logje); a parking fee applies in June, July and August.
The following activities are illegal in the river or on its banks: washing cars and dishes, shampooing dogs, camping outside camp grounds, open fires, dumping trash outside bins, as well as any pollution of the river or river banks.