Coastal - Inner Carniola - Piran
Coastal - Inner Carniola

Coastal - Inner Carniola

Parks, arboretums, gardensParks, arboretums, gardens

Parks, arboretums, gardens
Source: Public information of Slovenia,
The Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia,
State map in measure 1 : 1.000.000, 1995
www.gu.gov.si

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Seca - Garden of cacti

The Garden of cacti is situated in Seca near Portoroz. You can come to the garden by walking from the Camp Fiesa or in the main road from Portoroz. The Garden of cacti is located by the road and you will see the direction table for garden. Before the Garden of cacti is the parking place. In the time of my visit I had to pay one euro entrance fee. The Garden of cacti is extending over one large covered pl ... arrow

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Izola - Park Pietro Coppo

Izola is a lively Mediterranean town located on the coast between Piran and Izola. It is one of the most important cities in Slovenian Istria with well-developed craft and economic activity. In addition to its historical and cultural features, Izola is also distinguished by its varied cuisine. Being a fishing town, it is in the first place a rich choice of delicacies offered by the sea. The favorable M ... arrow

Koper - Hlavaty Park

Koper is an interesting seaside town, which, along with the older cities of Ankaran, Izola, Piran and Portoroz, extends over the 47 km long Slovenian coast. The city has two official languages, Slovenian and Italian. Near the town is the Skocjanski zatok Nature Reserve. Koper is the administrative center of the Municipality of Koper. The climate is sub-Mediterranean, characterized by hot and long summe ... arrow

Portoroz - Rastelli Park

Rastelli Park is located in Portorož, which is one of the largest tourist destinations in Slovenia and the most important tourist destination on the Slovenian coast. Rastelli's park was renovated in the second half of the 19th century when spa tourism began to thrive in Portorož. Mr Rastelli owned the park at the time. The beginnings of health tourism in Portoroz are attributed to patri Benedictines, w ... arrow

Sezana - The Botanic Gardens of Sezana

The botanic gardens of Sezana are situated in the north – eastern part of the town. Sezana has been the administrative centre of the Upper Carst since 1848, and was a commercial and traffic centre already before the date. The trader family Scaramanga from Trieste was so enthusiastic about the location and the significance of the town that it build a summer residence. In the period between 1848 and 1880 ... arrow


Natural Sights/Attractions

Natural baths, beaches

Beaches

Caves

Caves

Gorges, canyons, river beds (troughs)

Gorges

Karavanken Mountains

Karavanken

Lakes, ponds

Lakes

Triglav National Park

NP Triglav

Parks, arboretums, gardens

Parks

Rivers and confluences

Rivers

Sources, springs

Sources

Waterfalls

Waterfalls

Cultural-Historical Sights/Attractions

Basilicas, churches, chapels

Basilicas

Castles, manors, towers, forts

Castles

World War I Military Cemeteries

Cemeteries

The biggest cities in Slovenia

Cities

Monasteries, abbeys

Monasteries

Monuments, statues

Monuments

Museums, galleries, exhibitions

Museums

The Old Town Centres

Old Towns

Town Halls

Town Halls

Other

Camps

Camps

Places for wedding

Places for Wedding

Marinas, ports

Ports

Ski slopes

Ski Slopes

Health resorts, spas, wellness

Spas

Toboggan runs

Toboggan Runs