Holiday Slovenia

Holiday in Slovenia

Natural beauty and culture...

Although Slovenia is small in terms of surface area (half the size  of the Netherlands), it’s huge in terms of nature! The alps, deep valleys, vast plains and beautiful caves ....  Discovering new places during your holiday will make it a holiday to remember!

Stunning caves to expore!

Slovenia, one of the greenest countries in Europe, is still remarkably undiscovered as a tourist destination. Perhaps that is  why there is still so much discover in the many nature reserves,  after all, where else can you find stunning waterfalls inside vast caves? The stalactite caves of Škocjan can be up to 200 meters deep . The caves and waterfalls are on Unesco’s list, and rightly so!

Boating, lakes & beautiful views......

Another fantastic place to visit is the beautiful lake Bled. Here you can enjoy a days sailing with ease, or maybe a spot of  fishing? or maybe expore the nearby forests? A vast variety of activites are available from horse riding, taking a  picnic in stunning surroundings or  maybe walking   a trial with your family? Walkers can find their inner spirit in Slovenia. Or if you just feel like relaxing in a town, Ljubljana provides good entertainment and shopping  with a great ice cream bar! So sit back on a terrace with a Slovenian sparkling wine and relax....... 

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Holiday in Slovenia

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Slovenia

Capital: Ljubljana
Population: 1,992,690
Area: 20,373 km2
Highest point: Triglav on 2864 meters
Language: Slovenian

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Culinary Delights

Pohorska omelette

Ingredients: 
3 eggs, 2 egg yolks, 70 g sugar, 1 sachet of vanilla sugar, lemon zest (1 lemon), 30 g of white flour, 20 g of butter, 100 g cranberries, 10 g of sugar, 100 ml of whipped cream.

Beat the egg whites until stiff and gradually add 50 g of sugar. Add 2 egg yolks, vanilla, sugar, lemon zest and flour. Mix everything together making sure not to leave lumps. Grease a round baking pan and dust it with flour. Pour the mixture into the pan and bake in the oven. Once you have finished cooking, add the blueberries to the hot surface. Fold the omelet in half and garnish with powdered sugar and whipped cream.