Frequently asked questions about Eastern Slovenia
Spend your holiday in eastern Slovenia with the following tips:
- Pay a visit to Slovenia’s most beautiful city: Ptuj
- Explore the rolling countryside and its magnificent wine regions
- Create your own postcard at the bank of Lake Bled
- Put on your hiking boots and Explore Triglav National Park
- Descend into the second-deepest stalactite cave in the world: Postojna
The aquapark at the camping itself is outraging, but we also recommend a visit to the Thermal Park Aqualuna. At this park, you will find many attractions and spectacular slides with high speeds.
For the tough teenagers among us, you can climb and clamber in the Pustolovski Park. Near the town of Bled, you will find this adventure park with unique challenges. It contains 90 exciting elements, 8 different courses ranging from 1 to 12 meter above the ground.
Slovenia is a typical country that has 4 seasons. Actually, you can compare it with England or The Netherlands. With the Alps in the hinterland and bordering the Adriatic Sea, you can honestly say that Slovenia has a Mediterranean climate. Especially in the east of Slovenia, it is very pleasant during the months of June to September. On average, the temperature here fluctuates around 25 degrees. Should there be any precipitation, it is usually short-lived, which is ideal for all the vines growing in this region.
In the midst of Slovenian nature, you will find several campsites. The best campsite in eastern Slovenia, and perhaps the best in all of Slovenia, is Terme Catez. With 11 thermal springs, outdoor and indoor Riviera and 10,000 m² of water surface, you will find everything and more at this campsite.
Eastern Slovenia consists of the regions Stajerska, Koroska and Prekmurje. In addition, besides the many vineyards, you will also find the country's oldest city, Ptuj here. This atmospheric city is characterized by the castle that rises high above the city and the colorful carnival masks.
Slovenia has two ski resorts. One of them, the Rogla, is located in this region. The Treetop-Hike is a must-do while visiting this mountain. During the winter, this mountain is transformed into a 21-kilometer skiing area.