Destination - Portorož, Slovenia

mapSlovenia has its own coastline with a pleasant sub-Mediterranean climate and rich historical past, worthy of a sightseeing tour. The beautiful Bernardin and Historin hotels are located between the picturesque coastal cities of Portorož and Piran.


Portorož, this "world-renowned seaside resort", as it was called in the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, is located in a magnificent sheltered bay. It is surrounded with some of the oldest saltpans in Europe on one side and the distinctive Istrian hills with olive groves, vineyards and fruit trees on the other.

PortorožThe oldest Slovenian seaside resort of Portorož has been well known from ancient times for its mild winter temperatures and gorgeous summer days. Still today the climate of Portorož is suitable for hosting events from the early spring until late autumn including the possibilities for different sea activities, including the exploration of the Slovenian Istria Region, known for its culinary heritage and summer evening events. The destination exudes a resort feel, with all major hotels within walking distance of the beach, and is the destination for those looking for, sun, fun and a creative tailor made program.

The Slovenian Coast stretches also into the hinterland, where small villages decorate each hill top and produce some of the region's best olive oil and wine, bringing to life the areas culinary heritage and adding a new dimension to any visit of Piran and Portorož. Portorož is Slovenia's largest seaside resort town with perfect conference facilities for your events. The Slovenian coast is the ideal conference destination easily accessible by air and land with a temperate climate and great infrastructure.

Portorož is also very good logistically connected to the major sites in Slovenia as:

Ljubljana (Capital) 1h15
Lake Bled 2h00
Postojna Cave 1h00
Lipizzaner Horse Ranch 0h45
Croatian Istria 1h00

Useful information about Slovenia

Do you require a Visa?

Slovenia is in the Schengen Zone. To enter Slovenia from Croatia, a passport or ID is sufficient if your visit will not last more than three months. If you need a visa to enter Slovenia, or you do not know what goods you can bring into the country or any further visa information CLICK HERE.

If you need a visa to enter Slovenia, you can obtain one at the Slovenian consular office in your country or at the consular office of any other Member State of the Schengen Zone. CLICK HERE to find the nearest consular office.


The currency used in Slovenia is Euro. Please see further details on relevant exchange rates here.

Weather in July

The weather in Slovenia varies from season to season. The average temperature is above 20°C in July.


The official language of the country is slovenščina. Italian and Hungarian are also official languages.

For a very useful website with further detailed information about traveling to Slovenia - please CLICK HERE.