The only country in Europe, and indeed the world, that features the Pannonian Plane, the Karst, and the Mediterranean climate as well as the Alps mountain range, Slovenia is blessed with an extremely diverse and unique landscape. From the mountain forests, stunning panoramic views of rivers zigzagging through lush green planes can be seen in one direction and the shimmering Mediterranean in the other.
Like something out of a Brothers Grimm fairytale, you can explore the old forests, pick your own fruit and discover the secrets of Slovenia, whilst living in gorgeous Slovenia apartments. A vast number of Slovenia’s two million inhabitants are indigenous, with a smaller part of the population originating from the former Yugoslavia. Most Slovenians live in the towns and cities where manufacturing and services account for the largest part of the country’s workforce. Slove-nia’s people are known internationally for being some of the most hard-working and diligent, constantly aiming to improve themselves and their country.
Slovenia Accommodation - let Casamundo introduce you to an eastern European holiday jewel
Looking for more tranquil holidays away from the usual tourist hotspots?:
Rent Lake Saimaa Holiday Cottages and experience a holiday region boasting 120 crystal clear blue lakes and 14,000 lush green islands and facilities for cycling, swimming, hiking, boating and canoeing
The lucious greenery near your Lake Balaton North Accommodation is a sight for sore eyes
Discover the rich historical and cultural heritage of the town of Arta, with Arta Holiday Villas
Visit a wonderful town on the Costa del Sol road boasting top-quality shopping areas, quiet and peaceful parks and squares and beautiful gardens, with Alcántara Villas
Enjoy the beautiful natural landscape around your Slovenia Holiday Cottages
With old recipes still widely in use across the land, traditional food is served at almost every inn, restaurant and Slovenia holiday accommodation. Due to its prime geographical location, the country’s cuisine is very rich and diverse. International restaurants such as Asian, Italian and Siberian restaurants are also plentiful. The age-old culinary event of osmice is held over a period of eight days where homemade wines are available for extremely low prices. Here cheeses and meat prod-ucts, such as the famous kraški pršut, an air-dried ham, is also available. One of the more interesting Slovenian holidays is that of the “tourist farm”. Even though working on the farm is not mandatory, most farmers welcome a helping hand. On these farms, holiday accommodation Slovenia is usually in the form of self-catering apartments and farmhouse rooms, most with ensuite facilities. Other holiday accommodation options to consider are self-catering apartments, chalets and houses, many of which are conveniently located close to major amenities. The owners as well as locals will be more than happy to assist in holiday plans and advise on local produce, sights and events.Enjoy the glittering Mediterranean, meandering rivers, stunning mountain vistas and rolling green hills, while the genial people and superb holiday accommodation Slovenia make for a truly unforgettable holiday.