Kranjska Gora is a sporting, recreational and entertainment centre in the Julian Alps.
Natural features suited for training are rounded off by the Vitranc Sports Hall and the Hit Holidays hotel offer.
We cater to all athlete's needs. Focus on the quality training. And leave everything else to us.
Kranjska Gora has become the centre of football preparation trainings of recreational and professional sports teams.
The grass surface on the one large and two smaller football fields is nice and tidy. There is less than 500 m between the hotels and the fields.
Large field: 102 m x 68 m.
Small field: 80 m x 45 m.
Small field: 80 m x 40 m.
Both sand volleyball courts are suitable to any team.
They are intended for recreation and competitions of professional players.
The courts are situated next to the Oštarija tavern.
The golf course is situated by the Pišnica and Sava river confluence.
The exercise grounds have 6 playing fields. A driving range and putting green are also available.
The nearby golf courses in Trbiž and Bled are also available.
The rink is suitable for team or individual recreation.
In winter the rink is situated in the parking lot between the Kompas Hotel and the Ramada Resort Kranjska Gora.
U20 European Basketball Championship 2012, European Basketball Club Championship 2013 (Jesenice), European Para Table Tennis Championship
Ex-Yu Veteran Basketball Tournament (30 teams): 2009 - 2014, Ex-Yu Veteran Handball Tournament (20 teams): 2009 - 2014
Marko Milić Basketball Camp, Teoman Alibegović Marko Milić Basketball Camp, Gregor Fučka Marko Milić Basketball Camp
Men: Slovenia, Croatia, Poland, Qatar, Serbia, Latvia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Russia
Women: Belgium, Macedonia, Portugal, Slovakia, Luxembourg, Poland, Israel, Ukraine, Russia and Switzerland
Alba, CSKA, Efes, Turow, Kijev, Himki, Crvena Zvezda, Hapoel, Rostov, Galatasaraj (M and F), Astana, Cedevita, Triumf, Nižnij Novgorod, Royal Halil
Slovenia (M and F), Serbia (M, F, juniors, cadets)
Omička, Iskra Odincovo (Russia), Hit Nova Gorica
Slovenian national team (members, U21), Norilsk (Russia)
Slovenia (M and F), Bulgaria (F), Serbia (M), Kuwait (juniors)
Celje Pivovarna Laško, Bologna, Gorenje, Cimos, Kolubara, Krim, Zagreb, Vesprem, Siracusa, Vardar, Melsungen
Domžale, Francesco Totti Academy, Korona Kielci, Hit Nova Gorica, Rijeka, Slaven Belupo, Rudar Velenje, U19 Azerbaijan national team, Inter Baku
Italian national team
Russia, Japan, Bulgaria, France, Germany