About Adriatic Coast
The Slovene coast is relatively short but full of surprises; natural beauty abounds such as the 80 m Strunjan Cliff and the historic Secovlje salt pans are a sanctuary for over 100 bird species. The resort towns of Piran, Izola and Koper draw visitors with their mediaeval cores, while Portoroz has many modern hotels, a fully equipped marina, thermal baths, a casino and a large programme of cultural and sporting events throughout the summer.
Behind the coast is the Karst region where in the cellars of the stone houses excellent wines are poured and sold, and in the attics excellent pršut is cured in the bora wind. This gourmets’ paradise is also a heaven for lovers of the beauties of the karst underworld, for example, the Skocjan Caves (UNESCO) boasts the 1400m long and 150m deep underground canyon of the Reka River.
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