...Portoroz aerodrom is a small international aerport on the Slovenian coast.With Croasia and Italy so close, many small aeroplane flights come in and out of this busy, but highly efficient, little aerport. For the visitor it is also possible to arrange a short flight over the locality,a half hour flight costing around 5,000 sit. You get a good view of the salt pans the coastal area and nieghbouring...
Advantages: Unique, clean taste; beautiful colour; just a quality product Disadvantages: Only available wholesale at present but watch this space.
...Portoroz on Slovenia's Adriatic coast since the 1980s. Fearing the the Yugoslav economy might one day collapse, the forward thinking Vanja bought up some land and planted six hundred olive trees, though he admits that at the time he knew almost nothing about olives or how to grow them. The very next winter all the trees froze to death but, unperturbed, Vanja planted more; today there are over one...
Advantages: Pretty Venetian town, a good base for exploring the Slovenian coast Disadvantages: Hard to learn about historic sights, no sandy beaches
...The small coastal town of Izola is often overlooked in favour of its more flashy (Portoroz) or quaint (Piran) neighbours. One of the best things about the short (just 46 Kilometres) Slovenian coastline, however, is that it offers a selection of quite contrasting resorts with very different attractions and facilities with each town being quite distinct in ambience.
Piran (which I have...
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