Slovenia – The beauty spot on Europe’s exquisite face
Lake Bled – the icon of Slovenia. Visit the Alpine town nestled at the bottom of the Julian Alps. See the famous Bled Castle, take a pletna boat ride to The Church of the Assumption. You won’t be disappointed. Lake Bled is the must-see of Slovenia.
Soča Valley – explore the stunning waterfalls in the Soča Valley. Stay in a mountain villa and be adventurous with the hundreds of hiking trails and adventure sports at your doorstep. This area also gives insight into the most atrocious battles of WW1. Do the Walk of Peace or the Museum in Kobarid.
Goriska Region – the Emerald Route – see breathtaking natural wonders with every step. River gorges, mountain ranges and towns full of folk traditions such as Bovec, Tolmin & Nova Gorica. Taste Slovenian Karst prosciutto in the hilltop medieval village of Smartno or stop at the town of Dobrovo and visit a Renaissance Castle.
Slovenian Riviera – visit the tiny 46km coastline which hugs the Adriatic Sea and stay in the town of Piran
preserved in its medieval layout of narrow cobblestone streets and intimate cafes. Portoroz, the “Nice” of Slovenia is a summer mecca for the locals and foreigners alike.
Ljubljana – stay in the “green” capital of Europe. The Baroque old town centre with its cobbled streets will delight your senses with attractions like Ljubljana Castle, the Three Bridges, the marketplace and Preseren Square all within walking distance of each other.
Maribor & Ptuj –in one day see the second largest city as well as the oldest city in Slovenia. This region is famous for its wineries and history. Take a tour of the oldest grapevine in the world, taste some local wine and savour some of Slovenia’s culinary delights.
Caves & Castles – Slovenia is home to around five hundred castles, manors and ruins. Take a tour through the Skocjan Caves which features the highest cave hall in Europe. Spend the day combining Postojna Caves, made up of 20km of passages, galleries and chambers with Predjama Castle which has been perched high up in a 123 metre cliff for the last 800 years.
Spa & Health Resorts – amazing resorts are waiting for you to visit. Due to its geographical location Slovenia is home to many Thermal Spas & Wellness Centres. Revitalise your senses and give yourself a welcome break from your busy life.
Going Green in Slovenia – Slovenian Tourist Board awards Green Label to 11 destinations and one landscape park. The destinations included in the Green Scheme of the Slovenian Tourism (GSST) now represent 34 % of all Slovenian municipalities and make up as many as 74 % of all tourist arrivals of foreign and domestic guests. In addition, Menina Campsite has obtained the Slovenia Green Accommodation label.
- Slovenia Green Destination Gold label: Miren Kras
- Slovenia Green Destination Silver label: Lenart, Sveta Ana, Brežice and Postojna
- Slovenia Green Destination Bronze label: Razkriški kot, Kostanjevica na Krki, Moravske Toplice, Ljubno, Rečica ob Savinji & Kanal ob Soči
- Slovenia Green Park label: Logar Valley landscape park
- Slovenia Green Accommodation label: The Menina Campsite joined almost eighty accommodation providers that share the vision about the development of the Slovenian tourism and believe that Slovenia should remain green and further develop their sustainability under the auspices of the umbrella project, the Green scheme of the Slovenian tourism.