Terme Zreče

Zreče is a town in north-east Slovenia at the foot of Pohorje in the valley of the Dravinja. It is only in the last 20 years that it has developed as a single settlement consisting of the villages of Zgornje (Upper) and Spodnje (Lower) Zreče and Dobrava, after officially becoming a town in 1987. The town of Zreče is the centre of the municipality of Zreče, which includes six local administrative communities: Zreče, Stranice, Gorenje, Skomarje, Resnik and Dobrovlje. The first traces of settlement in the Zreče area date back almost 4,000 years to the late Stone Age, as demonstrated by numerous archaeological finds from Brinjeva Gora and Gračič. The first written references to thes... Read more

Ski resort Rogla

In the central part of Pohorje, on the last branch of the southeast Alps in Stajerska, it is situated Rogla-slovenian ski resort and from 1997. also an Olimpic resort. On a highness from 1050-1517 m and on a surface of about 100 hectares that includes the ski centre Rogla, everyone will find something for themself. The ski season lasts from November till the middle of April, and 100 days of snow covered ski paths are guaranteed-which is allowed as well as by natural snow also by an artificial snow system. Its favourable position, on the northeast side surrounded by pinewoods, represent a natural protection from the winds of south which might disturb the skiers. Ski resort has a ... Read more

Kranjska Gora

With Pohorje, Kranjska Gora is another imperative World Cup in Slovenia. While the much larger resorts are trying to host "snow circus" Kranjska Gora has long been a privilege to be on its slopes the world's best alpine skiers technicians struggling to Pokal Vitranc, weekend competition consisting of slalom and giant slalom. But Kranjska Gora not only FIS homologated tracks, indeed. Among the 20 km trail prevailing light to medium-heavy tracks intended for those who will make the first turns, as well as those who want to hone in on the gentle slopes and deepen their knowledge. Read more


Bled Lake is of tectonic-glacial origin and lies 475 meters above sea level. Its surface amounts to 1.45 km2 and its average annual temperature is 12°C. Due to numerous species of fish of trophy sizes, idyllic island in the middle of the lake, Bled Castle and breathtaking surroundings, the lake is considered one of the best destinations for lake fishing in Slovenia. The lake was formed after the recession of the Bohinj glacier. It is up to 2120 m long and up to 1380 m wide, its maximum depth being 30.6 m and tectonic in origin. After the last Ice Age, the Bohinj glacier deepened the natural tectonic hollow and gave into its present form. The basin was filled with water when the ... Read more

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina has access to the Adriatic Sea. Center of the coastal belt, a distance of about 22 km is the town of Neum is less than an hour's drive from Dubrovnik and Mostar. Neum is situated on the main road and excellent road communication is associated with the eastern and southern Croatian coast. With airports in Mostar and Dubrovnik offer visitors from around the world easy and quick arrival. Bosnia and the Adriatic coast is an ideal place for a family holiday by the crystal clear waters and shore island that sheltered peninsula of high seas and strong winds. Neum is a town - resort with a warm Mediterranean climate and warm days throughout the year. Architecture ... Read more


Neum is a famous tourist destination in the southern part of Dalmatia, and the only way out of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the sea. It is noted for a large number of sunny days in a year with mild and short winters as well as long and hot summers with a very small number of rainy days during the summer months. Average air temperature is 32 ºC in July and August. The sea is clean and translucent and average sea temperature is between 24 ºC and 26 ºC during the summer months. The Neum hinterland is well-known for archeological sites and historical sights as well as numerous Karst caves out of which Vjetrenica in Popovo polje is the most distinguished and renowned for the Proteus or ... Read more


Međugorje, or Medjugorj is a town located in the Herzegovina region of western Bosnia and Herzegovina, around 25 km (16 mi) southwest of Mostar and close to the border of Croatia. The town is part of the municipality of Čitluk. Since 1981, it has become a popular site of religious pilgrimage due to reports of apparitions of the Virgin Mary to six local Catholics. The name Međugorje literally means "between mountains". At an altitude of 200 m (660 ft) above sea level it has a mild Mediterranean climate. The town consists of an ethnically homogeneous Croat population of over 4,000. The Roman Catholic parish (local administrative and religious area) consists of five neighbouring vi... Read more


Vabriga is about 8 km from Porec and Novigrad. The location itself is located on a plateau and one side and the sea on the other, to the mouth of the river valley. Thanks to its location, this region is one of the most fertile areas of Istria, and offers a rich vegetation and a variety of local specialties of nearby homes. The land on which to build a house overlooking the picturesque bay and green landscape. New Novigrad Marina and Marina Červar available car in 10 minutes. All golf lovers will be delighted as the new golf course is within 30 minutes. Read more


The village Manjadvorci is settled on the east side of Istria only 6, 5 km far from the seaside, where there are famous beaches Krnica, Blaž and Duga uvala, and is nearby the main road Rijeka – Labin – Pula. Manjadvorci is the village where you can feel nearness of the see but also the magic of Central Istria: peace and quiet for real vacation in rural ambient as well as all the necessities for comfort accommodation for short and long vacation. The biggest town in Istria, Pula, which is full of antique treasuries, especially Roman amphitheatre, is only 19 km far from Manjadvorci. Therefore, it is possible to see the cultural sights and to attend many artistic and cultural perfor... Read more


Vinjerac is small settlement distanced 35 kilometers from Zadar in northeast. It is the picturesque and intriguing village, due to its charming position on a small peninsula in Velebit`s canal. It has just 200 something people living in it, yet in summer time that number multiplies. Everyone who desires peaceful clean Mediterranean environment find their way to Vinjerac through the macchia of Middle Dalmatia. It is a place with crystal clear sea, laying beneath the feet of mighty mountain Velebit. Although the climate is Mediterranean, with all its mild and gentle features, the mountain still gets to impact into predictable cycles of winters and summers in Vinjerac. The sea is c... Read more

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