Apartment with a garden near sea

Entire home/apt
6 Guests
1 Bedroom
4 Beds
Per Night
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Apartment with a garden near sea

The Space
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 4
Check In: 1:00 PM
Check Out: 10:00 AM
Room type: Entire home/apt


Weekly discount: 10%
Cancellation: Strict


The Space

2-bedroom apartment is located in the private house,two minutes to the sea.It has a separate entrance, garden, barbecue, parking, internet, cable, kitchen utensils, ... It is a beautiful location and ideal for a family with kids.Ther,s also shops,the golf and tennis course in the vicinity .
Additionally shall be payable tourist tax.
We rent all year,also we rent for just one night or weekend.

Pets not allowed.

Slovenia is a small but wonderful country and is an ideal destination for those who want to have nice time and appreciate nature.
Slovenia is the air-diverse country, with both Mediterranean and alpine and continental climate. Lies in moderately warm band.
Therefore, the temperatures from March to October, ranging from 20 to 35 degrees.
Slovenia has many wonderful destinations worth visiting...

Slovenia, the green heart of Europe, lies between the mountainous Austria and Italy, flat Hungary and the warm Adriatic Sea, the discovery of many visitors from around the world. Snowy peaks of the Alps and Triglav National Park with numerous glacial valleys, gorges, waterfalls, lakes and crystal clear waters attract wild walkers who are looking for tranquility of mountains, as well as sports climbers, skiers, canoeists, boaters and others who seek relaxation and revitalize daily life. Space tourist resort of Bled with an island in the middle of the lake and the majestic castle on a cliff.
Just a two hour drive separates visitors who marvel at the mountain peaks of the pleasures offered by the Slovenian Mediterranean. Portoroz riviera with green surroundings, excellent hotels, casinos, conference centers, a marina and the airport is known far and wide. A lot of fun and a great coastal cuisine with fish specialties and quality wines satisfy the most discerning tastes.
Many opportunities to explore Slovenian tourist offer of Karst caves, plateaus, fields, streams and lakes disappearing. In Slovenia there are more tourist underground caves: the world-famous Postojna cave, with its picturesque stalactites, stone pillars and curtains and UNESCO to the caves less accessible, which will take you to an experienced locals. In Lipica in the Karst region, surrounded by century-old lime trees over 400 years old Lipizzan farm, the famous white horses, which have their origin in Slovenia.
On numerous thermal and mineral springs are world famous natural spas, where you can gather lovers of active holidays, families, businessmen and patients. Or as the slogan says Slovenian spas for a healthy mind and body for relaxation and wellness to entertainment and recreation in all seasons.
One indicator of rich Slovenian history and culture are also castles. Cultural Heritage of Slovenia is very rich and varied, but unfortunately in the past been a huge cultural and historical monuments left to collapse.
Probably in the last few years, ski slowly but steadily become one of the most recognizable features of Slovenian tourism. This is a generous helping managers and snow Slovenian ski resorts, and their efforts and investment in the airlifts. Most ski resorts offer après ski, which meets the requirements of modern customers, they also well-maintained ski trails and a reliable service seems important to be able to fully enjoy the huts on the slopes immediately after skiing.
The identity of the Slovenes was formed with a lively cultural life. It is mirrored in the architecture of villages and towns and a large number of folk traditions, cultural events, museums and galleries. Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is an architectural treasure, is a center of economic, cultural and political life, which is always a lively tourist beat. The second most important center of Slovenia, Maribor. The capital of Styria in the embrace of its wine growing hills and green Pohorje attracts visitors with a range of cultural events.

History of Izola
An ancient Roman port and settlement known as Haliaetum stood to the southwest of the present town as early as the 2nd century BC. The town of Izola was established on a small island by refugees from Aquileia in the 7th century . The coastal areas of Istria came under Venetian influence in the 9th century. The settlement was first mentioned in writing as Insula in a Venetian document entitled Liber albus in 932AD.[2] It became definitely the territory of the Republic of Venice in 1267, and the centuries of Venetian rule left a strong and enduring mark on the region. The Venetian part of the peninsula passed to the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation in 1797 with the Treaty of Campo Formio, until the period of Napoleonic rule from 1805 to 1813 when Istria became part of the Illyrian provinces of the Napoleonic Empire. After this short period, during which Izola's walls were torn down and used to fill in the channel that separated the island from the mainland, the newly established Austrian Empire ruled Istria until November 1918.[3] Then Istria became part of the Kingdom of Italy, until Italian capitulation in September 1943, whereupon control passed to Germany. Izola was liberated by a naval unit from Koper at the end of April 1945. After the end of World War II, Izola was part of Zone B of the provisionally independent Free Territory of Trieste; after the de facto dissolution of the Free Territory in 1954 it was incorporated into Slovenia, then a part of Yugoslavia.[4] The newly defined Italo-Yugoslav border saw the migration of many people from one side to the other. In Izola's case, many Italian speakers chose to leave, and in their place Slovenian-speaking people from neighbouring villages settled in the town.[4]

In 1820, a thermal spring was discovered in Izola, leading to the town's earliest forms of tourism. Between 1902 and 1935 the Parenzana, a narrow-gauge railway line connected the town to Trieste and Poreč (known as Parenzo until 1947). Today Izola has many hotels near the sea, a famous discothèque (Embassy of Gavioli) Ambasada Gavioli, many art galleries, summer concerts, street performances and a movie festival.

In the future an island is planned to be constructed between Izola and Koper. Also a tunnel is under construction which will connect these two cities.

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Apartment with a garden near sea

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