Camper’s Map Of Slovenia
So it’s almost that time of the year. It’s time for you to pack your bags, leave all the conference calls and agendas aside for a week or two and embark on this year’s journey into the wilderness. For all of you who prefer camping and beautiful nature scenery over beaches and palms, Slovenia might just be a place for you! Let us walk you through some of the finest campsites of this wonderful Mediterranean country.
Lake Bled camp
As one of Slovenia’s most notable tourist destinations, Lake Bled has its own camping site and facilities. Serving as a natural gateway to the Julian Alps, this lake is located near the village of Bled and is a sight to behold when it comes to natural scenery and environment. It is just about 30km far from Ljubljana national airport and is easily accessible by road.
Lake Bled offers lots of entertainment for all ages. Whether you are an adventurous kind of person who enjoys rafting or canoeing or you just want to relax beside the lake or play some golf (this part of Slovenia is famous for its golf courses) – Bled has it all! Natural attraction of Lake Bled is also a small island in the middle of the lake which is accessible only by boat, with beautiful little church standing on the small cliff in the center of the island waiting to be visited by guests.
Camping ŠobecSource: www.slotrips.si
Within a walking distance from Bled, at the entrance of Triglav National Park lies Šobec camping site. One of the most popular camping destinations in Slovenia, mostly thanks to close vicinity of A2 motorway connecting Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital, and Villach, this camping site is built in a traditional Alpine style with wooden bungalows available to rent. The entire camp is nestled in the shades of pine tree forest and is located just beside Sava Dolinka river.
Camp DanicaSource: www.camp-danica.si
This camping facility is located near Sava Bohinjska river and in a close range of lake Bohinj and Triglav mountain. As one of the largest camping facility in Slovenia, camp Danica can host up to 700 visitors and is the only campsite that’s disabled-friendly. Regarding of time of the year you choose to visit camp Danica, you can enjoy different festivities, ranging from sports tournaments taking place at the sport’s hall beside the river to folk-culture event called “Vasovanje”, which is traditionally held during summer months with lots of entertaining content for both kids and adults. One of the most populated tourist attractions in this region is Bohinj Aquapark, which is within walking distance from the campsite.
Camping Center KekecSource: www.cck.si
Near Pohorje mountain and just 7 km away from Maribor, second largest city in Slovenia, lies camping center Kekec. Kekec is predominantly populated during winter time, with Pohorje mountain being one of top destinations for skiing in Slovenia. It is heaven for all of you who enjoy climbing, hiking via long mountain roads, trekking or cycling. And due to the close range of Maribor, it would be a real shame for you not to visit this beautiful city, where you can taste the oldest vine in the world and visit the old part of town.