Camping in Slovenia

Camping in Slovenia

Slovenia sits seductively between the imposing magnificence of the Alps and the sheer elegance of the Adriactic coast. Officially one of the world’s greenest countries. It’s a nature lovers fantasy, filled with a diversity of natural beauty that other countries can only dream of. Lush green mountain countryside, dense pine filled forests, emerald lakes, mysterious caves and long stretches of superb sandy beaches. The perfect setting for some spectacular campsites.

There are many reasons why Slovenia is a delightful destination for a fabulous family camping holiday. Firstly, it’s not yet been discovered by mass tourism. Secondly it’s extremely affordable. And last but not least, it has a wealth of history and culture to admire and some of the most beautiful countryside in Europe. See the many faces of Slovenia and be bewitched and amazed! 

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Camping Adria

Ankaran - Adriatic Coast (SL) - Slovenia

Situated at Trieste Bay, in the small Slovenian coast between Italy and Croatia. Large Olympic sized pool next to the sea. Visit Trieste and the lovely cities Koper and Piran.

Camping Sobec

Lesce - Julic Alps/Bled - Slovenia

A spacious campsite situated on a bend of the Sava Dolinka river, a few kilometres from the popular lake Bled. The campsite also features leisure lake. Folk dancing is a tradition here.

The beautiful countryside of Logarska Dolina, Postojna, Kočevje and Triglav National Park

The Slovenian landscape is beautiful, rich and varied. The Alpine green valley of Logarska Dolina is filled with waterfalls, rock towers and mountains. Take a trip from your campsite to visit the Triglav National Park which houses the spectacular emerald green river and the magnificent Lake Bled, the most popular sight-seeing spot in Slovenia. Postojna has an extensive cave system to explore. 20 km of chambers, hallways and galleries, with ceilings nearly 50 meters high. The Kočevje region of Slovenia has the best preserved primeval forests in Europe. Home to bears, wolves, lynx and eagles.

Cultural highlights in LjubljanaBled, Piran and Maribor

The mighty medieval fortress of Ljubljana Castle has looked over the vibrant capital of Slovenia since the 12th century. Take the tram ride up to the top for some stunning views of Ljubljana. Art lovers head to the pretty seaside town of Piran. A medieval masterpiece with museums to match. The most iconic cultural image of Slovenia is that of Lake Bled, with its imposing hillside castle overlooking the magnificent emerald waters. It’s located near the campsite, so great for an easy and exciting day out. Wine buffs visit Maribor to see Stara trta, the oldest vine in the world, which dates back to the 16th century.

Camping by the sea in Slovenia

Slovenia has just 47km of Adriatic coastline, but its quality, not quantity that appeals here. The largest and most popular beach is Portoroz and it has some of the finest stretches of sandy beaches on the Adriatic coast. The port towns of Izola, Piran and Koper have delightful pebbled beaches, with clean, crystal clear water. A camping holiday by the sea in Slovenia is an active affair, with ample opportunity for Swimming, snorkeling, water-skiing, sailing and fishing.

Great trips for all the family from your campsite

Get your thrills in Pustolovski Park in Straža Bled. This incredible tree top adventure park provides fun for all ages. Real daredevils delve deep down into the Postojna caves. A little train takes you through the 5 km long interior. Predjama castle close by will take you back to the time of knights and adventures. Dark dungeons, draw bridges and secret hiding places. Half way up a 123 m cliff. For some great edutainment head for Park Vulkania and learn all about the volcanoes of the Goricko region. So much fun, so close to your campsite.

Regions in Slovenia:

Adriatic Coast (SL)

Julic Alps/Bled