Have you already sampled the delights of such typical holiday locations as Benissa Villas and Bijažići Apartments and are looking for something a bit different for your next getaway? Historical castles and towering mountain peaks, deep sloping valleys and dry white wine are just some of the delights you will sample whilst on holiday in Lower Styria. Styria, located in north eastern Slovenia, is an inviting corner of Europe which offers all visitors a warm and friendly welcome, whether you're exploring historical towns or wild woodlands, skiing on the slopes and high mountain passes, or simply sitting and soaking up the view from your Lower Styria holiday rentals with a nice chilled glass of wine, such as the local Ljutomer Riesling.
Lower Styria Holiday Lettings - a beautiful natural landscape for you to enjoy
Slovenia is a great country for anyone who enjoys the great outdoors. The Alps provide a spectacular natural backdrop to your stay in Lower Styria apartments, as Styria shares a border with Austria. Stunning mountain views are complemented by access to some of the most unspoilt winter sports venues in Europe. The city of Celje and the surrounding region is brimming over with fasinating history. Celje Castle, which dates back to the early 1300s, holds a Medieval Festival each year, allowing visitors to experience aspects of life in the area during the Middle Ages. Maribor is the largest city in the region of Lower Styria, and is the centre of government for the region.
For more fascinating history on your holidays, look no further than the following holiday jewels:
Rent Almeria Apartments to visit the 13th century ancient Moorish fortress, the Alcazaba of Almería
Visit the many late 19th century mansions of Alpes- Maritimes, scattered across the rolling slopes of Provence, covered in fragrant thyme shrubs and umbrella pines, with Alpes- Maritimes Chalets
Lower Styria Holiday Cottages - romance, culture and winter sports fun
There is a 12th century Gothic cathedral at Maribor, as well as a castle which dates back to the 1400s, offering more insights into the turbulent history of the region during the Medieval period. Maribor also hosts international skiing events during the winter months, while the spring sees a two-week long Lent Festival, which celebrates arts such as music and drama. In the countryside, the Kamnik-Savinja Alps offer locations such as the Logar Valley, with its hiking trails and sites such as the Rinka Falls. Close to Luce, you will find another amazing site, the Snežna jama cave on Mount Raduha, which has a 100-metre deep cavern of stalactites. Solčava is a high mountain village which offers visitors the chance to ice climb as well as cross country ski, along with a variety of other winter sports.
After a day of hiking and skiing, a day trip to a spa is exactly what the doctor ordered for recharging your weary batteries. Rogaška Slatina is a by-word for health tourism in Slovenia, and the mineral-rich waters close to this town have been enjoyed by bathers since Roman times. An added incentive to visit this delightful region is the excellent quality white wine which the area produces. Whether it is clear mountain air, powdery snow or medieval castles you are looking for, Lower Styria offers a huge range of attractions. For any types of Slovenia holidays, Lower Styria holidays really are hard to beat.