Best holiday rental deals in Slovenia
17,087 amazing lettings from 42 holiday letting websites are listed in Slovenia with prices beginning at £16 per night. By comparing these properties, HomeToGo highlights the lowest prices as well as the most popular rentals in Slovenia.
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Price and Availability Index Slovenia
Holiday Letting Price Information in Slovenia
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Slovenia. Slovenia is more expensive in December (22/12 - 29/12), where prices are on average £111 a night. However, in September (29/09 - 06/10), prices decrease to an average of £85 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Slovenia
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Slovenia. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 6 months is in August (18/08 - 25/08), where 70% of the holiday lettings are booked. It is easier to find a rental in a week of September (22/09 - 29/09), as only 38% of the accommodations are booked.
Unforgettable holiday lettings in vibrant Slovenia
Slovenia is a country of incredible diversity that remains somewhat undiscovered, offering visitors pure and authentic-feeling experiences not afforded by better known travel destinations. The diversity of its landscapes is matched by that of its culture and food which is rich with influences from neighbouring countries. Don't miss the idyllic Logarska Dolina, some of the world's largest caves, or the splendid art nouveau creations in the capital of Ljubljana. Immerse yourself in the delights of Slovenia with your own stunning holiday chalet.
Just like its weather, Slovenia's cuisine is enhanced by borrowing a little from its many neighbours, Italy, Hungary, Austria and the Balkans. You'll find risotto and ravioli, pizza and goulash, strudel and Wiener schnitzel in this heaven for food lovers. Ingredients are generally fresh and cooking careful. Slovenes have also adopted street foods from abroad, and their renditions of Serbian hamburgers, Turkish Shawarma and Borek often rival the originals. Don't leave without sampling traditional gibanica - somewhere between a cake and a pastry, this dessert is made with poppy seeds, walnuts, apples, raisins, cheese and cream. Coffee culture is a big part of Slovenian life, and the coffee served is generally of the strong, dark, Turkish variety. Wines are also on the potent side and the perfect accompaniment to fresh, local fare.
The sun shines on Slovenia
Slovenia is blessed with a huge diversity of microclimates and is warmed by the Mediterranean, dipping its toes in the Adriatic, and cooled by stretching into the foothills of the snowy Alps. It is one of the world's greenest countries, more than half covered with dense forest, offering visitors a vast temperate playground in which to indulge in outward bound activities and holistic natural retreats. From the gigantic Škocjan caves to the dramatic Adriatic coastline and vineyards in the east of the country, Slovenia has an incredible range of landscapes to discover. Experience the Solčava Panoramic Road with its inspiring vistas of the Kamnik-Savinja mountains and Logar Valley's ninety metre Rinka waterfall.
An ideal family holiday destination
Your kids will never forget your holiday in Slovenia. There is an almost endless list of outward bound activities for them to dive into, including skiing, hiking and cycling through the huge array of landscapes that comprise the country. They will love horseback riding, caving and canoeing, and bigger kids will be thrilled by rafting down the sparkling Soča river. And when they're tired out, you can loll on the sunny beaches of the Adriatic. There's sailing and windsurfing on offer there too if you want to pack in even more action. Besides exploring the UNESCO World Heritage protected Škocjan caves, children will love learning new things at the National Museum of Slovenia in Ljubljana, the oldest and largest of Slovenia's museums.
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