About Coast and towns

With only 46 kilometres of Adriatic coast Slovenes have to make the most of every centimetre. The result is a coastline dotted with half a dozen or so notable towns, each with its own unique character, strengths and weaknesses. The poetically named Portorož, or Port of Roses, is home to one of the largest modern marinas on the Adriatic and is the undisputed king of Slovenia's coastal tourism trade. Although it lacks the Venetian old towns that can be found else where along the coast, its numerous hotels, restaurants, conference centres, spas and casinos make it a popular destination for both foreigners and Slovenes, and an excellent base for day trips and excursions farther afield.

Sea, wind, salt, odours, palms, roses and evergreen plants, relaxation, entertainment and sociability are the terms to introduce Portorož, liing at the Slovenian coastline and at the same time right in the heart of Europe. Different cultures and types of music, nature, gastronomic specialties and a still living history are forming an ambience for perfect relaxation, leaving the daily grind behind. A relaxing seaside promenade, a stimulating beach run, a bath in the Adriatic or in an indoor swimming pool, a beauty or wellness treatment at the spa or sporty acitivities, everything seems to spend new energy.

Nowadays, Portorož is a very popular city with modern indoor swimming pools and a varied offer of restaurants and events. Trips to the surroundings might enrich your days. The coastal towns Piran, Izola and Koper appear as off a fairy tale, with narrow alleys leading to picturesque places with majestic palaces. From the small villages on the hilltops of the hinterland you have a wonderful view on Istria; on bright days you can even admire the Alps. The near Karst offers additional sightseeing occasions, visiting underground caverns and grottos or the famous stud of Lipica, the origin of the royal Lipizzaner.


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Apartment Majda, Portorož, Slovenia