A flag-bearer for quality ecotourism

This trip features some of the best available accommodation in the area. You will be sleeping in a diverse range of three and four-star properties, from lakeside lodges to wooden alpine bed & breakfasts, family-run agriturismo, luxury glamping sites and boutique hotels. But they have one thing in common – they were all carefully hand-picked by us.

Blessed with natural splendor in abundance, Slovenia has been crafting itself a well-deserved reputation for clean, green travel. The Slovenian Tourist Board developed its strategic guidelines for green tourism in 2009 and made it its principal goal to make Slovenia one of the most sustainable countries in the world. Today, Slovenia tops the World’s Top 10 Sustainable Destinations – and has been named the pristine alpine ecotourism destination in Europe.

To supplement its outdoorsy appeal, quirky accommodation is springing up all over Slovenia’s scenic countryside. Just to give you an idea of the kind of places you will stay in, have a look at Garden Village Bled, a luxury eco-resort. Alternatively, you can indulge in the back-to-nature appeal (no electricity, no wi-fi) of the Natura Eco Camp outside Kranjska Gora. Other unusual lodgings include: Nebesa (which translates as ‘Heaven’), which is a fitting name for heavenly mountain retreat sitting at the top of a winding road with breathtaking views over the Soča Valley; Majerija, which is a wonderful base in the fertile, wine-rich Vipava Valley, famed for both for its superb restaurant and underground guestrooms. Also Krk Island provides a leading model in sustainable and responsible waste management, which is the first of its kind in Croatia. We personally love the eco-friendly Agroturizam Dvori Svetog Jurja, which describes itself as “an oasis of peace, nature and gastronomy”.

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