Unfortunately Slovenia has a very short coast line and the beaches are not very special. Probably the best beaches are the organized beach in Portoroz and the wild beach below the Strunjan cliffs. There are some other beaches, for example the coastal area between Piran and Fiesa.The water is shallow and warms up fast. Regretably, the sea, although clean, is full of organic particles and the experience is inferior to most other Mediterranean beaches.Edited: 9 years ago
thank you for the answer. I'will have to pay Croatia a visit probably :P
Marjan is right I now live in Piran and have to agree its not the sandy beaches one finds in the Carribean, however just the fact that the coastline is small I think makes the Slovenian people living and working here appreciate it more: I bring groups to Croatia alot since 5 years now but just started bringing them to Slovenia and let me tell you the welcomeing spirit and friendliness of the people here is much more evident than Croatia whichtakes it for granted that tourists will come, while Slovenia is still continualy trying to find new reasons to have tourists visit. I feel Croatia is getting complacent resting on its past few years success while Slovenia, Montenegro, and others are not, curious what my friend Marjan has to say being a native.
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