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Holiday homes in the Savinjska region - Slovenia accommodation
The eastern part of Slovenia is divided into the region Savinjiska and Pomurska. Savinjiska is dominated by vineyards, rolling hills and national parks, meaning that the region is popular with both nature and wine-lovers for their self-catering holidays in our Slovenia accommodation. In addition, the region attracts visitors who travel to Slovenia hoping for rest and relaxation because of the country's numerous excellent spas and thermal baths.
Active holidays in eastern Slovenia
The vast and untouched nature of the eastern part of Slovenia is best explored and enjoyed while cycling. A bike ride along the river Krka and through the rolling hills and vineyards between Drava and Mura is a special treat for all visitors during their stay in our self-catering Slovenia accommodation. The towns along the Mur River and its tributaries are linked by well-designed cycle paths, so Slovenia is a real haven for lovers of active holidays.
Discover Savinjska from the comfort of your chosen Slovenia accommodation
You will soon find that you should decide to spend your next holiday in our Slovenia accommodation that there are so many different things to do in Slovenia and no shortage of sights to see or experiences to be had. One of our favourite attractions in Slovenia would have to be the spectacular 'Hell Cave'. 20 kilometres south lies the karst cave, which exhibits various stalactites, rock walls and two underground streams, making for an exceptional and unique experience during your self-catering holidays in our Slovenia accommodation. A highlight of the cave is the 4-metre high waterfall – the highest underground waterfall of Slovenian caves.
Things to do and see whilst self-catering Slovenia
In the distance, you can see the Old Castle of Celje, the largest castle in Slovenia, which is perched on a hill south-east of the old town. Walk in the footsteps of history and enjoy the magnificent view as well as a glimpse into the history of Slovenia. Alternatively, if you are hoping to relax and recharge your batteries, then we would suggest a visit to Olimje. In the south is Olimje, a health resort that stands on a hillside at the end of the valley and is equipped with baroque, decorative elements that make it so special.
Marvel at Slovenia's lovely lakes
The lakes in Slovenia are of wonderfully clean and clear and great to cool off in during the summer. Especially recommended is lake Bukovniško jezero in the Nature Reserve Krajinski Park Goričko. The waters of the lake are said to have a calming and revitalizing effect on its visitors. Why not browse through our range of holiday accommodation in Slovenia and find the right holiday home to suit you, no matter what kind of activities you are hoping to get up to - we are confident that we can offer the right holiday home for you.
Culture in Celje
Celje is the third largest city in the country and is home to a variety of cultural highlights. The town boasts well-preserved medieval architecture in the centre and is filled with a host of historic attractions. For example, you can visit the Museum Square on the left bank of the Savinja and the Regional Museum. Walk in the footsteps of history and visit the Old Castle, perched on a hill high above the city, which offers an outlook alongside historical ambience to the Alps. A visit to the city is a great way to soak up some modern Slovenian culture and gain a bit of insight into the local day-to-day way of life.