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Fužine – place of lakes and magnificent cuisine

Anyone driving through the Rijeka-Zagreb motorway gives a thorough look on Fužine. The road suddenly exits the wooden and hilly teritorry just to give a glimpse of the Lake Bajer and the town of Fužine, stretching up and down the hilltop. This image invites everyone to Fužine, to enjoy the shades and cool mountain air in summer, try the fruits of the forests in autumn, celebrate the New Year at noon in winter, and hike on the numerous walking paths in spring. And while the motoway gives faster way to reach the Croatian coast from the capital Zagreb, Fužine is not new to the major transit route. It is precisely here that Karolina was built, a road that used to connect the interior with the littoral, named after the Karl III, the Habsburg king and emperor.

Bitoraj – A Temple of Game Dishes

The road was built in 1728 and was a vital heartbeat between Karlovac and the port of Bakar. it passed Fužine, a village made in 17th century when the Croatian noblemen Zrinski started to mine the iron ore. It turned out this work was not profitable, but Fužine retained its name. It comes from the Italian “fucina” or German “fusionieren”, a term denoting the mining and manufacturing the iron ore. In 1873 a railroad was made, effectively transforming and developing a wood industry here. Exactly one year later Fužine turned to be a tourism destination.

Lič – place of religion and heritage

Long ago, in 1898 travel writer Dragutin Hirc wrote: „There is no other area in the homeland where there would be so many interesting things in such a small space, as there is around Fužine. There are few areas even in foreign countries, where beauty is laid before you as in a palm of the hand. The surroundings of Fužine are magnificent, it is a true alpine region. Encircled by high hills covered in evergreen woods, there are fir groves. There are mountain ports and beaches, meadows with most luxuriant mountain and alpine flowers, there are streams, streamlets, little springs, valleys, plains, there are landscapes that elate your soul completely, there are many, many things and the attire that Fužine wears is adorned and of which it is proud.” When a famous Croatian historian Tadija Smičiklas wrote about Franjo Rački, the first president of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, he noted that he was born in the Magical Fužine!

At the time, there was no lakes around Fužine, but the area is extremely rich in water. The place has the highest annual rainfall in Croatia, and this fact was important to capture this enormous amount of water in three accumulation lakes. The oldest of these is Bajer, built in the 1950s, and a major natural tourist attraction in Fužine. One could not imagine this settlement without Bajer today. It is suitable for boat rides, canoeing, kayaking, even wind surfing. Although less known, Lake Lepenica actually has more amount of water and larger surface. Both lakes invite many anglers. People from Fužine often go to Potkos, small artificial lake on the foot of Bitoraj mountain.

Goranska borovnica – in the highland paradise of forest berries

Guests don’t roam just the countryside, they go beneath it. The area is rich with caves, from Fužine up to the neighbouring municipality of Lokve. While constructing the Lake Bajer, workers accidentally discovered the cave Vrelo. It is only 300m long, but its beauty is exceptional and it is rich with cave formations. There are walking trails and lighting inside and guests can see a beautiful mountain spring, lake, and chasm.

Because of its natural beauty, Fužine is popular for sportsmen and nature goers. There are numerous bicycle and hiking trails on Viševica (1482m), Bitoraj (1386m), Tuhobić (1109m), while less adventurous can simply climb Preradović hill, which gives a spectacular view of Fužine and its surroundings. Angling is also very popular, while those who know how to ride can experience almost unspoiled nature on a horseback. Romantics may warm up with blankets while riding a snow sledge with horse in winter, and those preferring conflicts can easily do it in the Paintball park Vrata.

Fužine Tourist Board

Phone: +385 51 835 163

Goranska borovnica – in the highland paradise of forest berries

We are sitting beneath a vast oak tree and enjoy splendid elder flower juice. It is made by Nataša Kozlica, owner of the family farm Goranska Borovnica (Highlander Blueberry) and it just suits great in already warm end of spring. She is accompanied by three generations of her family, a dog, and a cat. Oh yes, also a wooden bear looks at us, as part of the education garden where school kids come to learn more about self-grown herbs and students have their practical work.

But the basis of this family farm is in traditional Gorski kotar favourite fruits and sweets, the forest berries. The gift of the mountains and woodlands, berries were unavoidable part of the locals’ diet for generations. Today, they are essential part of every highlander menu, and not only in its sweet part. Local game dishes, such as bear or venison, regularly come with blueberry sauce or cranberry jelly, giving a perfect blend of pure meat and sweetness of berries.

Throughout summer people go into the forest to pick berries and make grandma-style jams and juices. At Goranska Borovnica, they plant it. One can find here strawberries, raspberries, currants, American blueberries, elder, and blackberries. A mix of forest berries is a basis for Kozlica’s refreshing liqueur, which we readily enjoyed at the estate.

It seems idyllic but there is a great deal of effort and risks behind this work. Everything is done beneath open sky, and fruits can ripe at different times, thus adding to the unpredictability of the whole process. But the end result is pure taste in various products that can be found in the farm’s souvenir shop.

Here guests can find authentic highland souvenirs, like wooden and ceramic products, homemade teas, soaps, candles, postcards. Especially appealing is the Fužine basket, rich with the fruits from the farm. And if you feel tired, why not spending a night or two here? Apartment Polić is just next to the farm, and is run by the oldest members of the family. Their piercing blue eyes keep the wisdom of the rural life in the mountains, while the agricultural knowledge of Mrs Kozlica makes this farm one of the best in the whole Gorski kotar region.

The family also prepared us cake with their fruits and guided us through the farm, where also a forest log cabin is situated for any guests seeking peace and quiet of woods. Information tables can be seen all around, giving interesting information about plants, animals, waters, and forest; indeed, a tour many of us should take in order to bring back memories of childhood visits to the woodlands.

Obrt Borovnica
Belo selo, Fužine 51322
mob: 00385915124712

Bitoraj – A Temple of Game Dishes

Entering the Fužine’s hotel Bitoraj gives you almost an impression of what’s on the menu. First greeting may well be with a stuffed bear and other forest wild animals that are traditionally part of the Gorski kotar cuisine. But very soon you will find out that you are in excellent hands of Mr Andrej Kauzlarić, a descendent of the long family tradition in running this hotel and restaurant, that was opened in 1933 as the tourist house Neda.

This historical site is totally refurbished in 2007 and in its new glory welcomes tourists from all over the globe. It has 18 double rooms, special Aphrodite’s room, and all the necessities needed in a four-star hotel. But the hotel is far more famous for its offer of the autochthonic meals of Gorski kotar, often followed by live music (Andrej plays as well). Its cuisine? Well, in one word: amazing!

Nothing of meals we’ve tried – and we did try a lot – came from a shop. Every single thing in this restaurant is carefully chosen, mostly bought from the local producers in this Croatian mountain region or the interior. This includes drinks as well, and the first surprising taste was of brinjevac, a brandy made from juniper, also known in Croatia as šmrika, klek, or borovica. Used as a folk medicine, this herby brandy contains 60% alcohol! A solid aperitif evokes ideas of friendly gathering in some mountain hut in the vicinity; one bottle would do the trick! Almost all other hard drinks come from the Fužine’s neighbour Vid Arbanas, whose brandies and liqueurs rest upon the generational knowledge of making drinks from the nature.

In order to show us what kind of small bites are possible in Bitoraj, Mr Kauzlarić welcomed us with Highlander’s plate, consisting of deer prosciutto, boar salami, homemade pancetta, deep-fried frog legs, oyster mushrooms filled with prosciutto and cheese, and four kinds of škripavac cheese. Flavours abound on this forest menu, showing the basis of fine dining in the Gorski kotar region. Prosciutto and salami are dark, rich in taste and a bit spicy, as one would expect from the game. If eaten alone, be sure to drink a lot of water – or beer.

Yes, beer. No, it is not a crazy idea and gastronomic horror of combining prosciutto with beer, as the heavy food was traditionally eaten with beer. The owners are very careful of having draft beer in house, and recall of brewery working across the street. Memories of the old times didn’t break our solid will to continue our lunch with Agrolaguna and Palinkaš wines. And if you think beer is not a good option – you are always left with brinjevac!

Most foreigners would be surprised with frog legs. Both in Lokve and in Fužine, this was a traditional dish for locals, as the edible frogs abound in the area full of water. Once someone told me that all amphibians and crocodiles taste like chicken. Frogs are not an exception, but still it can have a distinctive watery flavour in the background. And you can always be a hero when you come home as you’ve eaten a frog without kissing it!

Personal choice for the best thing on the plate is cheese. Škripavac is well known cheese of Croatian mountain regions of Gorski kotar and Lika, and its name stems from the sound it makes when biting it. The cheese served in Bitoraj comes from Josipdol’s excellent cheese dairy farm Miščević and it comes in four varieties: plain, with homemade herbs, with peppers, and deep-fried. It is absolutely amazing how solid it remains when deep-fried, which is due to its instant shocking on -50 degrees. When prepared, the cheese is put frozen on the hot oil. Tremendously good and very milky.

Fužine is a place where continental and maritime climate collide. The result is much rain, winds from all sides of the world, but also a tasteful combination of influences on the table. We were presented with Highland risotto and Mushroom pasta. The highland risotto is made with deer prosciutto and apple, a great combination and meaty-sour blend, a solid choice for warm appetizer if you like strong tastes. The mushroom pasta is simple token of woodlands in combination with classic Istrian fuži pasta.

Another appetizer was frog legs’ brodetto, with polenta and pumpkin seed oil. Mild brodetto gives plenty of taste to frogs; indeed, more restaurants serving frog legs should keep in mind there is a lot more to the deep-fried frog legs. And while the frogs are really good, the pumpkin seed oil gives a finishing touch. In combination with polenta it is a rare example of using this oil in near-coastal area of Croatia. Pumpkins are more continental brand, starting from Vrbovsko, also in Gorski kotar, but without much influence in the traditional foods. Thus, bravo for the idea!

A refreshing retreat was two kinds of soup: an ordinary mushroom soup (always replenishing and hearty) and horseradish soup. Horseradish is popular sidedish, either fresh or as a sauce. But to make a soup from it? The taste is far from your imagination. It is a bit spicy but very refreshing and calls for more.

If you think we’ve done most of the work in Bitoraj, you are heading to a surprise, just as we did. Grand main meal consisted of three signature dishes of this restaurant, and no wonder Bitoraj is on the list of 100 best Croatian restaurants for the 20th time! It might be difficult to choose where to start from these main dishes, but maybe the Highlander’s lunch is typical of the area.

It is the most traditional and most sold dish in Bitoraj, consisting of pork ribs, homemade sausage, baked pancetta, sauerkraut, and potatoes. A fatty bomb for more colder days was a normal diet for many decades now, showing a tremendous need for energy in an area known for harsh winters and rather short summers. There’s no particular suggestion for this meal, only be hungry enough to eat lavishly. And do you remember that beer we’ve mentioned in the beginning?

Then came baby boar, baked under the iron lid with potatoes. Soft and salty, it melts in mouth. Baked piglet is a standard offer of the house and excellent choice for anyone into the glorious cousin of our domesticated pig. They weigh some 10 kilos and can be found in continental Croatia, feeding in a special hunting areas where they feed with quality foods from the nature. The fact that piglets are not at all scared of human is their death-warrant: they are simply taken by hands and later prepared for the juicy and tasty meal. Don’t be shocked, that’s circle of nature!

And what would a highlander’s menu be without a bear? All praise should go to chef for making such soft bear steaks, with cranberries and deep-fried dumplings. Even for Croats, bear is not an everyday dish nor can be eaten in every region of Croatia. Mr Kauzlarić testifies his hard work in preparing bear meat, with constant controls of quality, but is too humble to admit it takes a real knowledge to master the hard and dark bear meat. Those who succeed can proudly be called a temple of the game dishes. And Bitoraj is exactly that!

Yes, we did have a dessert. It wasn’t a surprise any more that we had three kinds of berry strudels and gigantic kremšnita cakes. Blueberry strudel is so typical for Gorski kotar that Mr Kauzlarić tends to protect it as an industrial heritage. Local producers of forest berries, such as family homestead Borovnica, contribute to the widely shared recipe for this most beloved highlanders’ dessert.

Unavoidable point for every true gourmet lover, with dedicated staff and very kind owners, in a picturesque environment and pleasant climate, Bitoraj is pure happiness, fine dining, and homemade cuisine turned into a masterpiece. We toast a glass of brinjevac to that!

Hotel Bitoraj
Sveti križ 1, 51322 Fužine
Phone: 0038551835019, 0038551830005
E-mail: info@bitoraj.hr
Web: www.bitoraj.hr



May 29 – September 24, Fužine

In the summertime, the banks of the attractive Lake Bajer become a venue for entertainment events such as concerts or sporting events. The hosts in Fužine provide these events to supplement their visitors’ stay in this beautiful mountainous region. While the pleasant temperature of Saturday nights in the mountains caresses your skin, and music stars provide a delight for your ears, the gastronomic offer, including unusual and mysterious dishes of the Croatian mountains, will attend to your palate.

Apartment Erika, Fužine

Only 800m from the centre of Fužine, and five minutes away from the beautiful lake Bajer, stands the Apartment Erika, property of Rački family. This means you are in good hands, as the family traces back their ancestry to the very foundations of Fužine. Another guarantee is the Kvarner family quality, a special quality brand in this region. Special attention is given to the families visiting this region, and for that Apartment Erika offers a Family Package.



There are two apartments available. Both of them are cosy and superbly made with touch of wood. In one predominates red colour, while the other features blue. Both can cater for four persons.



The apartments are fully equipped, have small kitchen space with all the necessary utilities, wifi and satellite television, air condition and central heating.



All the guests can use the house garden, full of greenery and overlooking Bajer Lake. In here you can find a garden barbecue, children playground (toboggan, teeter, swing, carousel), and badminton playground. Guests can enjoy here in their barbecue and clean mountain air.


If you visit in winter, there is a great small hill for sledding, with a view of the lake. In summer, you can walk round the lake, and enjoy so many other activities, from berries picking, to mountain hiking. And if your sense of adventure seeks more, you can visit the adrenalin Paintball Park Vrata, just a kilometre away from the apartment.


For having so many possibilities, the apartment is also bike friendly, as the family has warehouse for eight bicycles. It also boasts with a brand of hike friendly home.


The Lake itself features a boat, where you can enjoy magnificent views of Fužine and the surrounding hills. And in the very vicinity is Vrelo Cave, an underground delight. Thus, there are so many reasons to visit Fužine and indeed to stay in the Erika apartments.

Apartment Erika
Mostići 11, Fužine
+385 51 835-608, + 385 98 170 81 66

Holiday House Denis, Lič

Looking for mountainside getaway? Wanting to stay in a house built with wood and stone? Then check out for the Holiday House Denis in small place of Lič near Fužine. Made in original Gorski kotar style, this home is sheer enjoyment for rural holiday lovers. The house is settled in Banovina neighbourhood, surrounded by mountain valleys and evergreen forests in the Gorski kotar highlands.



The house has three bedrooms and welcomes up to ten people. It has a living room with a beautiful rustic fireplace. The kitchen and adjoining dining room will make you believe you have stepped into a world of old hunter lodges.



Perfect for fine dining, but if you are not so sure how to make real highland lunch, Fužine is just some five minutes drive away. And if you like to make a barbecue, do not despair – the house has their own roofed grill.



Juričić Family owns this place and will help you kindly for any request. That is why they hold the Kvarner Family quality sign, a prime brand for accommodation in Kvarner region.



The house is situated in nature, and you can roam freely and let your children enjoy the thrills of meadows and mountain air. Many hiking paths and cycling trails are feature of this region, as well as the Bajer artificial lake in the very centre of Fužine.



You can rent the house in any time of the year, and it is perfect for bigger families and jolly companies wanting to celebrate any occasion.



A very rare feature is that the house can offer accommodation already for two persons on apartment basis, given the separation of the bedrooms!



Anyone looking for real mountain relaxation in any time of the year – we definitely advise you to check this holiday home.


Holiday House Denis
Banovina 26, 51323 Lič
Info: tel. +385 98/326573
mail: renata.juricic@gmail.com

Homestead Plesničar

Unmistakable scent of lavender could lead you to a small farm on the outskirts Lic. Oldest place in Fužine municipality is known for the shrine of Our Lady of the Snows, built in 1733, the year when, according to the legend, the villagers started to renovate the dilapidated St. John the Baptist Church which kept collapsing. On 5th of August snow fell again and out of snow they built a chapel and inside of which Mother of God has appeared. The shrine may have been built on the miracle, but Plesničar estate was built on the basis of the great love for nature’s gifts.


Fragrant kingdom of Plesničar family, although best known for lavender, is abundant of orchards and cranberry and the surrounding area has a wealth of natural flavours and fragrances. Family’s first lavender field was planted in 2008, and it is Lavandula angustifolia, which is extremely favourable for continental climate and mountainous region, and its properties are suitable for making edible products. So on the shelves of wooden house on the farm there can be found: elders flower syrup, eglantine syrup, lavender syrup, lemon balm soap, lavender cookies which fits perfectly with lavender brandy. Furthermore, there are sea salt with lavender, named Harmony of sea and mountains, then liqueur from elder berries and plum jam with lavender, and teas are represented by lavender tea and magic of nature that is made from the mixture of herbs.


Ingenuity of the family is best seen in the programs that they prepare on their property as well as around Lič. Each season is a new challenge. Visitors can pick medicinal herbs, flower on meadows, get familiar with forest comforts, find wild fruit. The story does not stop here; harvested fruit is then processed together in activities such as cooking jam, making cookies and the like. Programs are appropriate to the various age, interests and abilities. Coming to the fore is a spiritual component, so it is certainly uncommon to find the blessing of the womb, global meditation of woman, first held here in 2012.


By coming to this unique piece of Lič field visitor observes all the magic of nature. Clearly defined is coexistence among plants on the property and its immediate surroundings. Visitor immediately feels somewhat inexplicable connection with groves and mountains, the breeze that caresses Lič valley, and though surrounded by village, being at Plesničar feels like it is miles away from the influence of busyness and stress.


OPG Plesničar
Mob: +385 98 1955117

Apartment Darinka, Fužine

Fužine is one of the most picturesque settings in Gorski kotar. Large artificial Bajer Lake, mountains surrounding it, and a town built on a winding road, thus giving to Fužine a distinguishable look and flair.

And it is here where family Crnković offers their beautiful Apartment Darinka. Named by the owner herself, it is located mere 300m from the Fužine city centre, but still surrounded by woods and hiking paths. In summer you can relax here and enjoy mountain air, while having seaside only half an hour drive away. Winter brings you snow joys and you can also celebrate New Year twice! Namely, Fužine is known for celebrating New Year at noon on December 31st, and then again at midnight!


At arrival family Crnković will greet you with local specialties from nature surrounding Fužine, like raspberry syrup, compotes, homemade jams, mushrooms, and blueberries liqueur.


The apartment itself is ideally suited for a larger family. It gives everything you need in a home away from home, with fully equipped kitchen, living room, and cosy bedroom.




In summer, the family will provide you with bicycles to ride around the area, while in winter the central heating will give you that childhood sense of warmth while watching the snowy terrain around the house. Full blossom of flowers and hospitality of the place is guaranteed!


Darinka i Nino Crnković
Kolodvorska 6 – 51322, Fužine – Hrvatska
Tel: +385 (0)51 835524, Mob: +385 (0)91 5774633

Highland Blueberry – Goranska Borovnica

The Kozlica Family from Belo Selo near Fužine grow fruits. It may be simply said, but in area of Gorski kotar, to grow anything, means hard work in quite a difficult mountain surroundings. Additionally, everything is fresh, and the family produces it under the motto: Fresh Sales!

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Why is that? On offer is only the fruit that preserves the best taste and aroma. Climate here makes high quality fruit, and Obrt Borovnica is famous for its raspberries, currants, blueberries, elder, mint, strawberries, and other fruits and herbs.

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But don’t think fruit production is everything in Belo Selo. It is a real agritourism, with specific offer that may encourage many to visit. Within the homestead is an Educative Mountain Garden Karolina. The garden is rich with grown and self grown plants.

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Here you can find alpine flowers, medicinally mountain flora, forest fruits. It is envisaged as a rural learning about the tradition of gardening in Gorski kotar. The garden is thematically based, arranged for small and bigger groups of visitors, for playing, relaxing, and surrounded by mountain creeks.

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While staying here you can look and buy wooden and ceramic traditional decorations, homemade teas, soaps, candles, postcards. Most interesting souvenir to bring with you may be Fužine basket, a mix of mountain fruits from the homestead. Besides, you may be well interested for jams, syrups and liqueurs made from these fruits.


And if you feel more than visiting, you may stay in a nice apartment, within the homestead itself, ideal place for relaxation in mountain nature, only 30km away from the seaside and 3km from Fužine centre. Catering five persons, it has all the utensils necessary, and your hosts will welcome you with fruits and blackberry wine.

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Obrt Borovnica
Belo selo, Fužine 51322
+385 91 5124712


Photos by: Goranska Borovnica

Konoba Volta, Fužine

Pravi je užitak sjediti na obalama jezera Bajer, okruženi crnogoričnim šumama, drevnim stablima na obroncima Tuhobića i Viševice, s pogledom na Fužine. Nastalo u 17. stoljeću, Fužine su od središta drvne industrije i iskopa željezne rude, na staroj cesti Karolini i željezničkoj pruzi, vrlo brzo postale omiljeno odredište turista. Već 1874. stigla je skupina gostiju posebnim vlakom iz Sušaka, Rijeke i okolnih primorskih mjesta, a i prije toga su u fužinskim svratištima stali putnici.


Zasigurno su mnogi od njih prošli uz kuću građenu davne 1839., u samom središtu mjesta, gdje je danas smještena konoba Volta. Daleko od očiju prolaznika, konoba skriva izvorni kameni ambijent nadsvođen voltama. Restoran s kaminom prima 50 osoba, a još 30 se može smjestiti na uređenu terasu, te uz aperitiv bar.


Mjesto je to i izvornih goranskih kulinarskih specijaliteta. Hlada predjela započinju s tvrdim i dimljenim sirom, a izdvaja se i kravlji sir škripavac. Uz to dobro paše domaća panceta, dimljena šunka ili pršut i kulen od divljači. Od toplih predjela iznenađenje su pohani žablji kraci. Kako i priliči goranskom podneblju, od juha su istakute lovačka i juha od gljiva.


No, svakako je Volta poznata po divljači. Okruženi gustim šumama, Gorani su već odavno pripremali divljač kao svoju posebnost u kuhinji. Volta obiluje jelima od divljači. Posebno se ističe gulaš od divljači, odresci od divljači s brusnicama, potom u raznim umacima, kao i pečeni veprić. Svakako su obilježje Volte i jela od konjetine, pa se tako ovdje mogu probati konjski čevapčići, konjska pljeskavica punjena sirom te konjski biftek u zelenom papru. Ostala uobičajena mesna jela su također u ponudi konobe.


S obzirom na vodeno bogatstvo na dohvat ruke, čudi pomalo oskudna riblja ponuda, od koje se izdvaja samo pastrva na žaru. Mnogi će reći da je ipak najveći podsjetnik na Voltu štrudla i palačinke od šumskog voća.


Vlasnica Volte, Renata Korica Vlahović, naglašava da je uvijek spremna na još autohtonija jela za grupni posjet. Tada se konobom razliježu mirisi rolane teletine, špikane konjetine i gulaša od gljiva. Gospođa Renata ima svoj voćnjak u mjestu Lič, nedaleko Fužina, gdje uzgaja jabuke, šljive, maline, višnje, kupine i drugo voće koje tako dobro uspijeva u goranskim uvjetima. Od njih spravlja domaći pekmez i rakiju, stoga požurite u sezoni pojedinog voća, kako biste isprobali tradiciju goranskih jela od plodova gorja.

Vinska je lista kratka, ali se izdvaja Krauthakerova Graševina te Plenkovićev Zlatan plavac. To je bogato nadoknađeno domaćim rakijama, poput šljivovice, travarice, komovice, viljamovke, brinje, biske, medice te voćnih likera.


Ukoliko se umorite od jela i pića, unutar kuće su i sobe Ela, s deset dvokrevetnih soba po cijeni od sto kuna za polupansion. Odluka o noćenju će sigurno omogućiti uživanje u šetnicama uz jezero Bajer ili po planinarskim putevima koji okružuju ovo pitomo mjesto usred surove ljepote goranske prirode. Cjelokupni dojam nadopunjava i konoba Volta s odrazom fužinske okolice i baštine u svom prostoru. Gostoprimstvo i obiteljsko ozračje obogaćuju doživljaj odvojenosti od svakodnevice i lakoće postojanja u Gorskom kotaru.

Konoba Volta
Dr. Franje Račkog 8, 51322, Fužine
Tel. + 385 51 830-030, 830-035
fax. + 385 51 830-040