NOVASOL has a range of over 100 self-catering holiday homes located in the charming country of Slovakia. Slovakia is a hugely varied place and offers wild and captivating nature, crystal clear lakes, relaxation in health resorts with thermal springs and countless places where history has left its mark. Slovakia is a country where the folk art is still alive and evolves constantly throughout time. Immerse yourself in all that this fascinating country has to offer during your stay in our accommodation in Slovakia. In the north and middle of Slovakia you will find mountains, where you will find that the landscape is perfect for mountain activity and skiing enthusiasts. In the south, Slovakia spreads up to the Hungarian border. When you book Slovakia self-catering properties through NOVASOL, you can be sure that you are getting a flexible, authentic and cost effective means of exploring this beautiful country.
The central European country of Slovakia is best known for its dramatic natural landscapes and numerous story-book castles. Whilst the country is renowned for its spectacular scenery, the capital city of Bratislava offers plenty for those in search of cultural offerings and modern convenience during their self-catering holidays in Europe. The city has a lovely pedestrianised Old Town area, which boasts a buzzing cafe culture which rivals many other European cities! There is also great nightlife on offer within easy reach of our Slovakia apartments for those who want it.
If you wish to venture out of the main city of Bratislava then you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to other sites of both historical importance and natural beauty. Among others, on our list of 'must-sees' during you stay in our self-catering holiday homes in Slovakia must be the amazing Tatra Mountains. These fabulous mountains create a natural border between Slovakia and Poland and offer breath-taking scenery. The region is also a popular destination for both summer and winter sports, so no matter what time of year you decide to stay in our Slovakia apartments and holiday homes you will have plenty to do. These mountains are also home to a variety of animals including lynx and bears!
Just outside the city you will find the stunning Devin Castle. This well-preserved ruin, which is easily reachable from our Bratislava Slovakia apartments, boasts marvellous views of the two rivers which flow through Slovakia; the Danube and Morava. The castle sits over 200m above the ground and is a popular place to spend an afternoon for locals and tourists alike. During your stay in one of our self-catering holiday properties, why not pack a picnic and head to Devin Castle for a fun afternoon filled with both relaxation and history. Alternatively, why take a trip to the amazing Demanovska Caves of Liberty? This extensive labyrinth of caves has been delighting visitors since 1921 and is sure to leave you awe-struck.
Wander through an untouched landscape where you can see unique flora and fauna, lakes, waterfalls, caves as well as dozens of hidden palaces and incredible castles. There are activities for any age and any season on offer in Slovakia with facilities and opportunities for skiing and snowboarding in addition to great aqua parks, mountain bike trails and rafting. When self-catering Slovakia with NOVASOL our great variety of self-catering holiday properties give you easy access to all these attractions and the many things to do. Along with folklore festivals, there are musical celebrations of every kind throughout the year, as well as cheese and wine festivals and even a unique event that celebrates ghosts! Why not browse through our range of holiday lettings in Slovakia today and you too could join the festivities!
The Slovak folklore is omnipresent and saturates culture there. Therefore, each year Slovakia hosts various folk music festivals which are well worth a visit if renting one of our self-catering holiday homes at the time. One of the most important is ‘Janosik festival’ in Terchova in the northern Slovak. During your stay in our self-catering Slovakia accommodation you can enjoy the singing and performing arts groups of Slovak folk music. It's as if time has stood still in the host village of Vlkolínec, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. Traditional Slovakian cuisine is delicious and includes dishes such as sheep cheese gnocchi, warming cabbage soup, fried carp, potato salad and slow roasted pork with dumplings. Perhaps you could ask one of the friendly locals for the recipe and even try making one of these delicious dishes in the comfort of the private kitchen of your Slovakia holiday homes or apartments in Slovakia.
This holiday house (Property ID: TSM187) is located in a very beautiful place. The region is very calm, superbly suited for leisure breaks. Nearby is a mountain lake where you can fish or swim, and there are also many water parks with thermal pools. The place is suitable for holidays throughout the year.
Katrina from London, June 2015
The house (Property ID: TSO105) is really nice. It is very clean and there was everything you might need for a great holiday. The area of Ansich is very nice and we had a great holiday.
Kathrin from Leipzig, September 2015