We provide location suggestions to suit your budget.
We are specialists for Slovenia and Croatia offering locations near the sea or in the mountains.
You can choose a luxurious accommodation or a unique experience in glamping houses or camps.
“On the sunny side of Alps”
Slovenia is a boutique country situated in the heart of Europe between the Alps, Mediterranean Sea, mysterious Karst with more than 11,000 karst caves and Pannonian Plain, rich in healthy water springs. In this small green country you will find elegant cities (Ljubljana, Ptuj, Maribor,…), lakes that take away your breath (Bled lake, Bohinj lake), vast caves (Postonjska jama, Škocjanske jame), fast running rivers (Soča, Kolpa, Mura, Sava) high mountains, medieval Mediterranean cities, vine areas (Goriška Brda, Haloze), mountain valleys and much more. Slovenia is the first country in the world to be declared a green destination based on the Green Destinations Criteria. Capital city Ljubljana was awarded the European Green Capital 2016 title.
It is a country with high level gastronomy and great wine. The cuisine is based on high-quality, locally-produced ingredients, which provide a fullness of flavours and follows ‘from the garden to the table’ principle .
Slovenia is an active country where the activity choices are limitless in all seasons. Climb a summit, indulge in water adventures, explore the bike paths, enjoy the ski slopes, ride a horse, play golf and inhale the freshness.
Slovenia has an old tradition of health resorts. Wellness, relaxation and treatment programmes are offered in beautiful environment.
Croatia - Istria
Istria is the biggest Croatian peninsula located in the northern Adriatic. Its medieval splendour, stunning coastline and mediterranean food will take your breath.
Istria has a complicated history and the echoes still resonate, particularly in the cuisine and language. Most Istrians speak Italian as well as Croatian, and many places have names in both languages. Istria has a verdant indented coastline a hilly rural hinterland with vineyards and olive groves, guarded by medieval fortified hill towns. Istrian people are known for their hospitality and openness and don’t be surprised if they invite you for a glass of their home produced wine.