Piran

We will start our march across large and especially long Primorska at the seaside, as the name of the region requires. With a short, 46 kilometers long coast, Slovenian region Primorska indents between infinitely longer coasts of the neighboring countries, Italy and Croatia, which are, despite its length, both disturbed by the Slovenian coast. For us, it?s a precious window to the world, also because of the fact, that the Adriatic Sea reaches its maximum length into a continent in Slovenia, so we will have to fight here in order to defend our belongings.Read More →

Weather in Slovenia

As most of you probably already know, late holidays are a good option if you want to save some money and avoid the crowds on tourist spots, roads, etc. Although Slovenia isn?t very expensive country (if you are used to prices in Western Europe or USA), it is always good to save an Euro or two, because you can then spend it in restaurants, clothing shops, buying souvenirs or save it for your next trip.Read More →

In my previous article I described three out of seven most beautiful Slovenian seaside spots. In part II. it?s time for other four ones. 4.) Strunjan Next spot moving from north to south is Strunjan. It?s famous for attractive Strunjan cliffs. Strunjan cliffs are part of Strunjan Nature reserve, also famous for being the highest flysch cliffs at the Adriatic Sea.  Strunjan cliffs look like this: As you may notice, there isn?t much space between the sea and the cliff, but there is enough space for many wild beaches, appropriate for naturists as well. Strunjan also has one big settledRead More →