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Camping in Slovenia

34 campsites in Slovenia

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Postojna is renowned for its extraordinary limestone caves which form one of Slovenia’s prime tourist attractions. Pivka Jama is a most convenient site for the...

Camping Menina is in the heart of the 35 km. long Upper Savinja Valley, surrounded by 2,500 m. high mountains and unspoilt nature. It is...

Camping Terme 3000 is a large site with over 400 pitches. Three hundred are for touring units (all with 16A electricity, 30 with hardstanding), the...

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2020, 2019, 2018

Kamp Koren is situated in picturesque valley by the Soča river, 500 m from historical town Kobarid. A unique campsite and sole holder of the...

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2020

Camping Terme Ptuj is close to the river, just outside the interesting town of Ptuj. It is a small site with around 120 level pitches...

Camp NaturPlac is a small, quiet and peaceful rustic campsite located beside the river Savinja close to the Logar Valley. The site is run by...

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2019

Camping Terme Lendava forms part of an important thermal resort holiday complex, located at the meeting point of Slovenia, Hungary and Croatia. This is an...

Camping Adria is on the south side of the Milje/Muggia peninsula, right on the shore of the Adriatic Sea and just beyond the port. It...

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2020, 2019, 2018

Camping Bled is situated on the western tip of Lake Bled. The waterfront here has a small public beach, immediately behind which runs a gently...

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2018

Camping Saksida is a very small campsite, open all year in a rural setting in the Vipava Valley. It is set in the grounds of...

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2019, 2018

Located only five kilometres north of central Ljubljana, on the relatively quiet bank of the River Sava, Ljubljana Resort is an ideal city campsite. This...

Terme Catez is part of the modern Catez thermal spa, which includes very large and attractive indoor (31°C) and outdoor swimming complexes, both with large...

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2020

Camp Lijak is a small campsite with well-maintained facilities and enthusiastic and friendly owners. They are continuously working on projects to improve the site and...

This is a very small, quiet, peaceful campsite of only 20 level, grassy pitches, 16 with electricity (16A), laid out in a farmyard orchard. It...

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2020

Camp Soca is just off the main road on a shelving bluff formed by a wide curve of the Soca River. The site, with around...

ECO River Camp is a small, private and intimate campsite in the midst of a big meadow, bordering the river Sava on one side and...

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2021, 2019

Camp Smlednik is relatively close to the capital, Ljubljana, yet within striking distance of Lake Bled, the Karavanke mountains and the Julian Alps. It provides...

Under the management of Hotel Belvedere, this site has developed into a massive leisure complex of which camping is a small part. It may be...

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2021

This wonderful family friendly campsite is situated in an idyllic location within the picturesque Slovenian Alps. Set amongst several breath-taking valleys, three mountain ranges and...

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2021

If you are camping with a tent (no caravans or motorhomes accepted) and looking for some authentic, back-to-nature camping in the Slovenia’s Upper Sava Valley...

Slovenia

Slovenia is something of a hidden gem when it comes to holiday destinations. Like its neighbour, Croatia, it remains unblighted by mass tourism, making it the perfect place for campers and caravanners looking to truly escape.

With over half the country being forested, camping in Slovenia can feel like a superbly wild experience. It has a diverse range of plant and animal life in its extensive woodlands and mountain areas, and ‘green tourism’ is heavily promoted to encourage the preservation of these beautiful natural environments. There are numerous walking trails and cycling routes to enjoy, as well as rafting and kayaking experiences for anyone looking to see the countryside from a different perspective.

The country’s star attraction is its karst cave systems, particularly the Postojna and Škocjan Caves. These labyrinths of echoing chambers and passageways wind for 6km and feature remarkable stalactite formations. The Murmuring Cave, part of the Škocjan system, is supposedly the largest subterranean canyon in the world.

Camping in Slovenia affords other delights besides the natural highlights. Towns such as Piran and Kobarid offer an insight into the country’s long history and its capital, Ljubljana is a vibrant city with a colourful central market, beautiful architecture and an impressive castle.