Our best campsites in Slovenia
The stunning 5* Glamping Olimia Adria Village, as the name suggests, welcomes you on a superb glamping holiday directly on the border with Croatia. You are so close to boundary line that you could shout good morning to your Croatian neighbours from your beautiful glamping tent. Set in a beautifully green valley, the resort has a great swimming pool complex, numerous activities and lively Kid’s Club. It’s a great base for exploring the nature of the local area and relaxing.
Perched by a beautiful Adriatic beach, 4* Adria is a family friendly campsite with a great pool complex and sports facilities. The location of the campsite means you can enjoy a coastal camping stay while having the option to make a quick trip across the border to Italy and explore terrific Trieste. A firm favourite with families, Adria offers sun-soaked stays filled with smiles.
Close to the city of Maribor, 4* Terme Ptuj offers fantastic recreational facilities, a fun children’s entertainment programme and the chance to explore the quaint town of Ptuj. The best thing about the campsite is the amazing pool complex that features several pools, water slides, saunas and much more.
Things to do in while camping in Slovenia
A camping holiday in Slovenia will offer guests the freedom to explore a truly stunning landscape that is richly diverse and at times, utterly stunning.
For walking and hiking, there are enchanting woodlands, rolling green valleys and riverside trails. Pack a picnic and follow where the road takes you. There are many picturesque lakes scattered throughout the country, but perhaps none more striking than Lake Bled. Located in the Julian Alps, this stunning body of water is well worth a visit, if only to take some photographs.
Slovenia is famed for its caves, featuring jaw-dropping caverns that tunnel deep underground and featuring thousands of stalactites and stalagmites. The cave systems at Postojna, Skocjan and Predjama are highly recommended.
On the coast, you can enjoy the beautiful blue waters and golden sandy beaches of the Adriatic Sea. Sun bathe under the hot sun, build sandcastles and hunt for fish while snorkelling in the crystal clear water. The coastal resorts are well built up, so you will find restaurants, cafes and water sports providers.
The capital Ljubljana is a thriving city that offers great shopping experiences and nice restaurants along with many cultural attractions. If you have time, make sure to visit Ljubljana Castle, the Dragon Bridge, Tivoli Park, the Central Market and Prešeren Square.