We offer a wide range of holiday homes, houses, apartments and many other properties for sale in Prekmurje the eastern province of Slovenia as well as in the Slovenian mountains and on the Slovenian coast.
Map of Slovenia
These areas include the resorts of Bled, Bohinj, Kranjska Gora, Planica, the Soča valley, Piran, Portorož and Koper. In the east of the country we have properties for sale in the Goricko National Park and in Ljutomer, Ormož and in the famous wine growing areas. We also offer properties around Maribor and the ski and mountain areas around it.
Location of Prekmurje province, Gorenjska province (Upper-Carniola - Julian Alps) and Costal-Karst (Slovenian Adriatic Coast) province.
A region of rolling hills, ancient woodland, mixed agriculture, orchards and vineyards.
This region offers the best remaining property bargains in central Europe.
Compared to the prices in Austria, Italy and even Hungary these days your investment in this region should realise good capital growth in the coming years. A truly wonderful region of Europe.
Moravske-Toplice Spa, Prekmurje, Slovenia
It is also a huge wine producing region especially around Lendava, Ormož and Ljutomer. The "Bread basket" of Slovenia.
Moravske-Toplice Golf Course, Prekmurje, Slovenia
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Farms, renovation properties, cottages, houses, holiday homes, investment opportunities and businesses for sale.
Vineyards surrounding the village of Jeruzalem, Prekmurje
The Julian Alps in Winter
Gorenjska (Upper Carniola), is the region just north of the capital Ljubljana amidst the peaks of the Julian and Kamnik-Savinja Alps it also encompasses about half of the Triglav National Park.
The Sava Dolinka - headwater of the Sava River, northwestern Slovenia
Lake Bled, Julian Alps, Slovenia
This area is well known for its beautiful scenery, excellent hiking and biking trails and the gorgeous lakes of Bled and Bohinj.
Lake Bled is another must-see!
A tranquil destination with its legendary island church, lakeside castle, hot springs, fine dining and a pleasant atmosphere.
Bohinj Lake, Gorenjska (Upper Carniola), Slovenia
Not far from Bled is the stunning gorge of the river Radovna called Blejski Vintgar, with its immense natural beauty. Gorenjska also offers a whole heap of activities in the resort town of Kranjska Gora and unforgettable walks through the beautifully preserved city centres of Kranj, Škofja Loka and Radovljica.
Blejski Vintgar Gorge, Gorenjska (Upper Carniola), Slovenia
The 2000+m high peaks of the Julian Alps stretch from the northwest of Slovenia across the border to Italy, the summits of the Karavanke and Kamnik-Savinja Alps connect the northern sections of Slovenia with Austria
Autumn at Bohinj Lake, Julian Alps, Slovenia
The Julian Alps and the Alpine foothills offer the visitor abundant opportunities to explore nature’s diversity and beauty.
Alpine foothills, Julian Alps, Slovenia
The Strunjan peninsula, Slovenian Adriatic
Ankaran, Julian Alps, , Slovenian Adriatic
The Slovene coast is also known by a myriad of other names;
Portorož, The Slovene Riviera
Izola, The Slovene Riviera
Think of the northern Adriatic and you’d be forgiven for conjuring up images of Italy – of Venice, Rimini, and Trieste – or imagining lavish coastal gems from Rovinj to Zadar in Croatia.
However, you’d be missing an important 47 kilometers, which belong to Slovenia, a tiny fragment of coast wedged between its neighbors that packs in a disproportionately large number of treats.
Talaso-Strunjan spa, Slovene coast
Croatia might completely hog the waterfront in this part of the world, snatching miles and miles of stunning coastline from similarly-sized nearby countries and attracting huge numbers of visitors to match, but the Slovene Riviera – sitting at the tip of the Slovene Istria in the south west of the country – is equally enticing.
Slovenia’s Adriatic coast is just 47km long – but like the rest of the country, punches well above its weight in the number and quality of attractions it offers.
Piran, Slovene Istria
Piran, Tartini Square, Slovene Istria
The main draw, for most, is Piran, a magnificent medieval Venetian town on a peninsula jutting into the Adriatic centered around the picturesque Tartini Square and overlooked by an imposing and beautiful hilltop cathedral.
A few kilometers to the south is Portorož, a cheerful town with all the trappings of a busy seaside resort.
A number kilometers northward of Piran is Izola another charming Italianate seaside town.
The Cliffs of Strunjan, Slovene Adriatic
Strunjan is a small and pleasant village famous for its stunning coastal views and prominent cliffs. Strunjan is located about half way between Piran and Izola.
Further north the port of Koper is initially unappealing but actually conceals an attractive medieval old town that is well worth a second look.
All along the coast one can find excellent Italian influenced cuisine and plenty of fresh seafood.
Sunset over the Slovene Adriatic
Inland from the coast is wine growing country dotted with old Istrian hilltop villages, which often have views of the Alps and the Adriatic.
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