Slovenia

Camping at campsites in Slovenia

Campsites in Slovenia

• Rugged mountainous nature in the Alps and the Mediterranean
• Skiing in winter
• Sun, sea and beach on the Adriatic coast
• Famous Postojna Caves
• Swimming paradises and thermal baths

Did you know Slovenia is shaped like a chicken with the head in the east? The country can be divided into the Alps (the tail of the chicken); the Slovenian coast (the hind leg) and the Karst; Ljubljana; (the body) South (foreleg) and East Slovenia. (the head).

Adventure, nature and culture

Slovenian campsites are increasingly being discovered by Dutch campers. And not only as a transit country to Croatia. More and more Dutch people are discovering campsites in Slovenia as an ideal destination. It is a place where you will never get bored, no matter the season. Guests looking for peace, beautiful nature in all its diversity, mountains, lakes, sea, thermal baths, historic cities and villages, castles and churches ... Almost too many to mention!

The list of museums, castles and churches worth visiting is endless. There are countless hiking routes in the hills and mountains, cycling routes and ski slopes, opportunities for hunting, fishing, horseback riding and sports such as canoeing, rafting, skydiving, paragliding and hang gliding. Scattered across the country there are many cultural events (music, theater, dance, etc.) and local festivals, as well as discos where you can soak up the nightlife.

Slovenian campsites

Campsites in Slovenia are the ideal starting point for a holiday in untouched nature, with nothing but the sound of rustling trees and singing birds in the area. To keep the kids busy and happy, many campsites have installed playgrounds or adrenaline parks. Some camping sites also have a swimming pool or the possibility to splash around in the river. Many campsites in Slovenia organize all kinds of activities for children.

Alpine

Much of the land around the campsites in Slovenia is made up of mountains covered with dark green forests, especially in the northern Alpine region. The decor is enchanting everywhere, from the gray peaks of the Triglav National Park to the turquoise waters of the Soca River. It is a well-known ski resort in winter and a beautiful holiday area during the summer months for hiking, mountaineering, mountain biking, rafting, equestrian sports and other sports.

A second beautiful holiday area in western Slovenia is around and near Lake Bled. An oasis for tranquility, but also a challenging area for hikers, mountain hikers and climbers. Here you will find smooth lakes where the surrounding mountains are reflected. The lakes are great for canoeing or swimming. They are refreshed by water from the countless waterfalls and rivers from the mountains. You can make beautiful walks around the campsites in Slovenia along streams that run through various deep gorges, such as the Vintgar gorge.

The Slovenian coast and the Karst

In the southwest, behind the limestone caves, there is a narrow coastal strip. It is seen as the transition zone between the Alps and the Mediterranean. There, the rocky ridges and high meadows on the limestone plateau known as the Karst suddenly merge into a lush coast with olive groves and palm trees and a number of important historic towns. Goriska Brda is a region of rolling hills close to the Italian border and known for its vineyards. The short Adriatic coast is very varied. There are historic port cities, such as Koper and Piran. Portoroz is the seaside resort par excellence with a vibrant nightlife in summer. Inland, the Karst offers gorges and caves, such as in Postonja and Skocjan. The Postonja caves are one of the largest in the world.

Ljubljana

In the center of the country is the capital Ljubljana, a bustling city where graceful architecture goes hand in hand with zest for life. There is a good city camping site on the outskirts.

South and East Slovenia

These regions border Austria, Hungary and Croatia. The campsites in this part of Slovenia are surrounded by a melting pot of cultures and histories. The landscape varies from hills to wide green plains and from idyllic vineyards to virgin forests, where brown bears and lynxes still live. Slovenia has traditionally been known for its thermal baths and mineral water sources. Campers can come here for all kinds of modern forms of relaxation in various thermal baths and spas. Historic towns such as Maribor and Ptuj are well worth a visit. The Kolpa Valley is one of the Slovenians' favorite holiday destinations, thanks to its beautiful nature and one of the cleanest and - in summer - warmest rivers.

Campsites in Slovenia by the sea

Slovenia is a camping destination that has yet to be discovered by many. The country has a short coastline on the Adriatic Sea in the west and borders on the Alps in the south. Camping in Slovenia has advantagesral much to offer for the camper who is ready to embark on a journey of discovery. In this country you will find a lot of vibrant cities and beautiful natural beauty. Due to the small surface, it is possible to book a campsite on the Slovenian coast and to combine your beach and action holiday. A day at the beach and a city trip to Ljubljana are certainly possible. Campingnavigator has selected the best campsites in Slovenia especially for you on the website. This way you no longer have to search for your ideal camping holiday for a long time.

Campsites in Slovenia

• Rugged mountainous nature in the Alps and the Mediterranean
• Skiing in winter
• Sun, sea and beach on the Adriatic coast
• Famous Postojna Caves
• Swimming paradises and thermal baths

Did you know Slovenia is shaped like a chicken with the head in the east? The country can be divided into the Alps (the tail of the chicken); the Slovenian coast (the hind leg) and the Karst; Ljubljana; (the body) South (foreleg) and East Slovenia. (the head).

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