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Known for its continental climate, its unforgettable natural beauty and its wealth of ski resorts, Slovenia is a popular holiday destination for countless visitors from around the world. To learn more about this unique destination, make time to speak with a LUX-Camp representative at your earliest possible convenience.

Known for its continental climate, its unforgettable natural beauty and its wealth of ski resorts, Slovenia is a popular holiday destination for countless visitors from around the world. To learn more about this unique destination, make time to speak with a LUX-Camp representative at your earliest possible convenience.
List of most popular destinations in Slovenia (2)
West Slovenia
West Slovenia
Enjoy the Slovenian nature with your family....
Enjoy the Slovenian nature with your family....
  • Tours to the Capital, Ljudljana
  • Go to Zagreb in Croatia
  • Hiking in beautiful mountain fields
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South-East Slovenia
South-East Slovenia
Famous for its ancient monasteries, imposing castles and quaint vineyards, anyone who desires a luxury camping holiday will be amazed with what south-east Slovenia has...
Famous for its ancient monasteries, imposing castles and quaint vineyards,...
  • Tours to the Capital, Ljudljana
  • Go to Zagreb in Croatia
  • Hiking in beautiful mountain fields
1 available campsite
Check availability

Why Should I Choose to Camp in Slovenia?

Some of the features which draw numerous visitors to the luxury camping sites within Slovenia are:

The wide variety of outdoor activities to choose from.

A coastline known for its beauty and its clean waters.

Camping sites to suit even the most unique of needs.

A welcoming and accommodating culture.

A Brief Look at Slovenia

Covering a total area of just over 20,000 square kilometres, Slovenia boasts a geography which is as diverse as its inhabitants. Coastal plains give way to rolling green valleys before the Dinaric Alps dominate what can only be called a rugged landscape. These features have enabled the country to offer a nearly unrivalled number of outdoor activities throughout the year. The capital of Ljubljana is considered to be an important cultural centre and smaller towns are true windows into the past of this ancient land.

Popular regions & Beaches

The Most Popular Regions in Slovenia for Camping

The Slovenian coastline, also known as Sub-Mediterranean Slovenia, is quite popular due to its proximity to warm waters and decidedly agreeable climatic conditions. Skiers will frequently visit the Slovenian Alps or the sub-Alpine lands which are found inland and to the west. Those who desire a rather moderate climate could instead opt to camp within the central region known as Subpannonian Slovenia

Beaches and Nature in Slovenia

Nature abounds in Slovenia. Despite its rather small size, this country is home to an estimated 24,000 different species of wildlife. Some of these include rare animals such as the chamois, the marmot and the Alpine ibex. Thanks to a varied climate, temperatures and precipitation levels can fluctuate. Inland locations are known for cold winters alongside cool and dry summers. The beaches along the short coastline are collectively known as the Slovenian Riviera. These white sands stretch for a total of 46 kilometres and include well-known spots such as Kobar City Beach, Izola Beach, Piran Beach and Moon Bay.

Attractions & food, drink and culture

Attractions in Slovenia

The natural attractions found here should never be missed. Those looking to experience a luxury camping holiday within stunning surroundings should visit Lake Bled, Triglav National Park and the Julian Alps region. Cultural attractions are just as famous and unforgettable. Cities including Trieste and Ljubljana offer some wonderful glimpses into the ancient past while sights such as Triple Bridge afford some wonderful photographic opportunities. The variety of family-oriented parks should also be frequented. Terme Catez, Adria and Pivka Jama are a few locations to visit.

Food, Drink and Culture

Slovenian food and drink represent an interesting melange of traditional Balkan cuisine alongside a Mediterranean diet. Prosciutto, nut rolls, Istrian stews and roasted potato soups (alongside meats) are particularly popular. The wines here are also well respected. Regions such as The Littoral and the Lower Sava Valley are known for their varieties of sweet red wines. De┼żelno vino (country wine) is a favourite amongst tourists. The Slovenians are a proud and yet welcoming culture. They are pleased to interact with tourists and most visitors note their extremely friendly attitude.