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Slovenia and Croatia Resources

Slovenia’s main attraction for the walker is one of Europe's most beautiful and historic mountain ranges, the magnificent Julian Alps, featuring the high rugged mountains, deep river gorges, high-mountain karst shafts and attractive lower hills. Another lesser-known area is the Karavanke, a natural border with Austria offering amazing walking opportunities without the crowds. Or, if long-distance trails are your cup of tea, the Slovene High Level Route is one to check out.

The wall of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps seen the west

Photo from Trekking in Slovenia


Croatia offers a wonderful choice of mountains, gorges and lakes inland, while the coastline is studded with strings of islands in an azure sea; a land with great history, both ancient and more recent. Gently strolling along the sunny beaches combined with the mild Mediterranean climate or trekking up the steep snow-covered mountains, Walking in Croatia caters for a range of tastes and abilities.

Useful websites:

Slovenia
Tourist Information:
www.slovenia.info
www.sloveniatravel.com
www.kranjska-gora.si

Guided / Self guided trips:
www.slovenedream.com (Holidays)
www.humanfish.com (Outdoor holidays, including walking, trekking, skiing)
www.lifetrek-slovenia.com (Adventure travel and event agency)
www.justslovenia.co.uk
www.julianalps.co.uk (Tailor-made chalet holidays)

Blogs:
adeleinslovenia.wordpress.com (blog with a walking focus)

Accommodation:
www.planina.co.uk (2-bedroom chalet near Bled)

Croatia
Tourist Information:
www.croatia.hr
www.adriatica.net
www.visit-croatia.co.uk
www.croatiatraveller.com

Guided / Self guided trips:
www.essentialcroatia.com (Holidays)
www.hiddencroatia.com (Activity holidays)
www.campingcroatia.net

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