Glamping Slovenia

Glamping is the combination of nature and a more luxurious vacation. Enthusiasts have come up with amazing places and ways for such vacations in the mountains and at sea. The holiday homes are amazing - simple and at the same time comfortable. You don't have to bring stoves or pans. The convenience of the forest and the birdsong is already a fact. That is why the famous glamping, especially in Slovenia, is becoming more modern and conquering all of Europe.

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Glamping Slovenia

Luxury campsites sprout in the mountains! We are happy to find that glamping fashion is conquering the world. In recent years, because of dirty air and food preservatives, people are increasingly turning to nature. A glamping is just that: it is a return to nature, but in terms of rest.

Glamping is the combination of nature and a more luxurious vacation. Enthusiasts have come up with amazing places and ways for such vacations in the mountains and at sea. The holiday homes are amazing - simple and at the same time comfortable. You don't have to bring stoves or pans. The convenience of the forest and the birdsong is already a fact. That is why the famous glamping, especially in Slovenia, is becoming more modern and conquering all of Europe.

Take a look at out glamping Slovenia offers and enjoy your glamorous holiday!

Flora and fauna

Flora of Slovenia has about 3200 species of tubular plants, of which 66 species are endemic, and 330 are listed in the Red Book. More than half of the territory(54%) of Slovenia is covered by forests. According to this indicator, Slovenia ranks third in Europe(after Finland and Sweden). The lower mountain belt(up to 600m) is represented by oak-hornbeam forests, in places with maple, linden and ash. In the river valleys there are flooded and boggy meadows. Coniferous forests are distributed mainly in the upper tiers of the mountains, deciduous ones - in the lower parts of the mountain slopes and on the lowlands in the eastern and northern regions of the country. In the uppermost layers of the mountains(above 1700-1800m above sea level) shrubs predominate, but they are especially abundant on the Adriatic coast.

Thanks to the forests in Slovenia, the natural fauna has been preserved. The fauna of the country numbers about 13 thousand species. Among them, 420 species of vertebrates stand out, 400 species are endemic, which are found mainly in caves and karst reservoirs. 238 species are included in the Red Book. Large animals are found in mountain-forest regions: brown bears, lynxes, wild boars, wolves, deer, fallow deer, chamois, wild goats, on the steppe plains - hares, ground squirrels, field mice; jackals are found on the coast, and turtles, snakes, and lizards are found in karst areas. The bird world is very diverse - from now rare in Europe eagles to pelicans. In the Adriatic Sea, the waters of which have been noticeably polluted recently, sardines, mackerel, tuna, and mullet are of industrial importance.

In Slovenia, the total area of ​​protected areas is 140 thousand hectares(8% of the total area of ​​the country). The country has created one national park Triglav(Julian Alps), 2 regional parks, 34 landscapes, 49 nature reserves. There are over 600 natural monuments in Slovenia. The presence of parks in the country creates conditions for the effective development of ecological tourism.

Slovenia beaches

The length of the coast is only 46km, the beaches are mostly small, rocky(there are pebbles, and in some places the pebbles are not very large, and sandy in Portorož), there are many concrete platforms. Along the entire Adriatic coast there is a motorway connecting the coastal cities, so there are almost no secluded corners to be found here, although in comparison with other European resorts, Slovenian beaches are not crowded anyway.

The sea is crystal clear, near many hotels there is loose sand for children. High-class hotels have their own coastal recreation areas, most often platforms, but mostly municipal beaches, well-equipped. The beaches on the lakes are grassy with sandy areas.

Diving

Diving is not yet one of the most popular Slovenian entertainment, although there are all conditions for exciting diving. The waters in the Adriatic Sea are clean and transparent, and under the surface of the local lakes there is definitely something to see. Experienced divers often come to Piran, a small town in the vicinity of Portorož. The sea is deep and cool here, at Cape Madonna you can swim among the mysterious caves and outlandish fish.

In the list of places recommended for beginners and experienced divers, Strunyan and Izola are also worth noting: the latter, by the way, is also good for yachting and windsurfing. You can dive not only in the Adriatic Sea, but also in mountain lakes: for example, the resort Bled at an altitude of 500 meters is a tectonic basin with a depth of more than 30 meters, ideal for studying freshwater flora and fauna.

Skiing

The most popular entertainment among tourists is skiing, as well as such types of entertainment as paragliding, snowboarding, sledding, mountaineering on frozen waterfalls, rafting, canyoning. Bovec is one of the most popular ski resorts in Slovenia. The resort has a ski school(downhill and cross-country skiing, carving, telemark, snowboarding), a kindergarten in the snow, day and night sledding, snowboarding, snow skiing and other types of entertainment.

Slovenia climate

Slovenia is divided into three climatic zones: temperate continental, Mediterranean and alpine. There are no sudden temperature changes, mild winters(no lower than −10°C) and summers without sweltering heat. In summer, the average air temperature in most of the country is between +23°C and +25°C, and in winter - from −2°C in the northwest to +6°C on the Adriatic coast. In July-August on the Adriatic coast, the high beach season is in full swing, and in May-June and September-October it is better to go in Slovenia for those who consider the temperature to be comfortable between +24°C and +26°C. Thermal spas are open all year round.