Welcome to the Web Site of Preloka, a picturesque small village in Bela krajina. Preloka is where ethnologists, musicologists, photographers, filmmakers and many more always found something interesting, it is where especially those who enjoy a beautiful countryside and breathtaking panoramic views were always attracted to.
The village is watched over by the Holy Trinity Church, which has a rich and interesting history, while the local schoolhouse dates back to the period of Franz Josef reign.
It is where the cultural life has always been very active.
It is where folk song has a tradition of many centuries.
It is where back in 1914 the first sound recordings of Slovene folk songs were made.
It is where in 1940 a famous Slovene painter and filmmaker Božidar Jakac made his ethnological documentary entitled Bela krajina.
It is where people used to make the traditional instrument of Bela krajina tambura.
It is a village known for its folklore group.
It is where theatrical group was once very active.
It is the home village of a well-known Slovene actor Stane Starešinič.
And finally, it is the village of people who value the heritage of their ancestors.