slovenia has just 47 kilometers of coastline, but it certainly makes up for it. three seaside towns - koper, with its medieval core, izola, known for its good restaurants, and glorious piran - are full of important venetian gothic architecture, and have clean beaches, boats for rent and rollicking bars.
If you decide to visit the Slovenian coast, you certainly won't be bored. Take a stroll through charming coastal towns, wander around quaint inland villages and spice up your holidays with countless active adventures.
A series of well-maintained bathing areas can be found along the Slovenian coast for those who yearn for busy beaches and those who seek peaceful areas in nature by the sea. A pleasant mix of the scent of the sea and pine trees awaits you, and those with an exploring spirit are drawn by the rich archaeological heritage.
The most beautiful town on the Slovenian coast grew with the help of salt. The Piran salt pans, where the world-class fleur de sel (flower of salt) is still produced today using age-old method