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THE BEAUTY OF JULIAN ALPS & its hidden gems

Visit Slovenia’s postcard Bled surrounded by its fairy-tale scenery. Wonder around Bohinj, a unique lake encircled by wild nature and powerful mountains. Take the funicular up to Vogel ski-resort and be rewarded by the amazing panorama awaiting you on the top. Julian Alps offer it all and a lot more. The Official Travel Guide by Slovenian Tourist Board A view of the Soča and the upper Sava river valleys spreads below Mount Triglav, Slovenia’s highest mountain. Lying between the two rivers is Triglav National Park, which protects numerous endemic animal and plant species in a region of high rocky mountains, deeply cut river gorges, high-mountain karst shafts, and attractive low mountains as well as the traditions of the once difficult life of mountain farmers and alpine dairymen. To the south is the Soča Valley and the gorges of its tributaries. The spots beside the emerald river attract seekers of tranquility as well as those seeking adrenalin challenges. Here, numerouswater sports are available, from kayaking and canoeing to rafting and canyoning. Visitors can also experience the valley with parachutes, hang-gliders, and mountain bikes. Slovenia’s highest ski center on Mount Kanin is accessible from the valley where the majority of accommodations and restaurants are to be found in Bovec, Kobarid, and Tolmin. […]

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SLOVENE COAST & find out from where virtuous Tartini took its inspiration

We take you for a complete tour of the tiny- but rewardful Slovenian coast, with its 47km. Get to know Izola, Koper and Portorož. See the amazing pieces of Forma-Viva project. Watch the sun reflect over the saltpans. Explore charming Piran, with its unique sunsets. Yellow is the colour of the sun that strokes the picturesque Mediterranean towns on the Adriatic coast. Its rays are infatuated with the beauty of the Karst region planted with olive groves and vineyards, with peach orchards and cherry trees. Some of the most beautiful underground worlds of our planet lie below their roots. There are more than eight thousand karst caves and sinkholes in Slovenia, and twenty of these treasuries of limestone masterpieces created by disappearing karst rivers have been adapted and opened for tourists. Every kilometer of the Slovene coast is a new surprise. Here is a natural reserve with a rich fund of marl and sandstone and the unique, eighty-meter Strunjan cliff, the highest flysch wall on the Adriatic coast. Here are the Sečovlje saltworks, first mentioned in the 13th century, and the nearby is a sanctuary for more than 150 bird species. Here the towns ofPiran, Izola, and Koper draw visitors with their medieval cores, while Portorož, though mentioned as early as 1251, offers […]

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