Dobrepolje, whose centre is the town of Videm, is a vast karst polje stretching along the length of two interconnecting valleys lying to the south of Ljubljana. It is well known for its scenic attractions.
The town of Grosuplje lies in a small basin to the south-east of Ljubljana. As one travels from Ljubljana to Grosuplje, Ljubljana Marshes blend into the characteristic hilly landscape of the Dolenjska region.
The small town of Ig lies on the edge of Ljubljana Marshes, at the foot of Mount Krim (1107 m). Life in Ig and its surrounding villages has mainly been shaped by the distinctive environment of Ljubljana Marshes.
The origin and development of Vrhnika, a small town lying on the south-western edge of the Ljubljana Moors, near the source of the Ljubljanica river, are closely connected to boat traffic on the Ljubljanica.