Summer in Slovenia is, of course, all about beautiful beaches and the sea. The Adriatic coast isn’t long, but it’s perfectly prepared to cater for the needs of tourists coming here from all over the world. The most beautiful of the Slovenian coastline is probably Piran, which is considered to be the biggest attraction of Istria. Its historic part is a real maze of narrow streets, squares, alleys, and above all, the St. George’s Church situated on the rock. Izola is yet another unique town situated on the Slovenian Riviera and famo-us for the best fish restaurants on the coast.
Winter, on the other hand, is all about wide and long ski slopes, perfectly groomed as early as December. Each year, Slovenia hosts a number of world cup events in alpine and cross-country skiing, as well as snowboarding. For adventure, seekers who wish to have an even closer contact with nature the-re are excellent possibilities for ski touring. Walking through the unspoiledareas of the Alps covered with a thick layer of snow, you can enjoy scenic vistas and crisp, clean mountain air. On top of that, there are numerous charms of winter days in Ljubljana and the opportunity to see Postojna, one of the most beautiful caves in Europe.