Campsites in Slovenia

Natural Slovenia

Slovenia is not well known as a tourist destination. This undiscovered country has many things to offer, and that makes it worth visiting. The wide rolling hills, rough canyons, beautiful lakes, wild rivers and picturesque villages. You might not think about a beach holiday and the sea during your visit in Slovenia, but with a coast of 29 miles you will find here even cozy coastal towns.

For the active holiday there is plenty enough to do. You can find plenty enough rivers that are suitable for fishing, rafting or canoeing. The woods are perfectly made for hiking, cycling or mountain biking. During the winter it is even possible to go skiing or snowboarding. In short, you will find something for everyone!  

Despite that Slovenia is nog very big, it gives you plenty enough opportunity’s. The coastline is 29 miles long and you can go for a swim in the Adriatic sea. We recommended to visit the harbor town of Piran. This fishing town has retained its old charm and is definitely worth a visit.

Slovenia has mainly campsites that are located nearby a lake or in the nature. The Julian Alps are a well-known holiday area and are partly located in Italy and Slovenia. This region is best known for Lake Bled. A beautiful blue streamlined lake with in the heart of the lake a small island with a church on it. This fairytale-like environment can not be missed when visiting Slovenia!

Campsites in Slovenia

Our recommendations in Slovenia:

  • Get some paddles and row to the church in the middle of Lake Bled
  • Put on your hiking boots on and go to the Vintgar gorge for a nice walk
  • Go underground in Slovenia's largest cave system; Postojna Caves
  • Feel like a medieval knight in the castle of Predjama, built on a cliff
  • Have a drink at the port of Piran or Potoroz
  • Visit a music festival in Lipica, known for the Lipizzaner horses

About Slovenia:

Capital: Ljubljana
Area: 20,256 sq mi
Inhabitants: 2,005,692
Highest point: Triglav (9397 feet)
Language: Slovenian