Mediterranean & Karst Slovenia

This region is more than the sea; nice climate and rocky scenery. The medieval village of Stanjel, Lipica’s horses, Piran’s salt pans, and Brda’s wine, all raped up in a mixture of Italian and Austrian influence, make a destination recognized as a perfect getaway. 

The Slovenian Adriatic coastline could be named 47 kilometers of pure beauty. Walk through the narrow streets of medieval Piran or visit charming Kopar, and you will want to come back. The Postojna cave is a symbol of the karst area. Explore its depths by riding in a 140-year-old unique tourist train. Who knows, you might even see an olm – endemic amphibian that lives only in a few places in the world. If you enjoy stories about knights, don’t skip the magnificent Predjama castle, which has found its place among the cliffs in the cave’s vicinity.

Everyone interested in cuisine should prepare the taste buds for fresh, organic ingredients. Mediterranean diet includes a lot of fish, mussels, and calamari, while the karst area loves recipes with turnip - vipava jota, air-dried pork meat, and cespovi njoki (plum gnocchi). The best time to visit is from April to October, and while you pack, remember to leave some space to squeeze in a fig loaf or bottle of teran on the comeback – for some sweet Slovenia aftertaste.



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