Portoroz is the largest Slovenian seaside resort with a very favorable climate, lush vegetation and a centuries-old tradition. Sheltered sunny position in winter Portoroz defends against the cold weather. The beginnings of tourism date back to the middle of the 19th century. Portoroz has many bars, restaurants and hotels. The most famous hotel is a five – star deluxe Kempinski Palace Portoroz.
The Island of Pag is located in the northern Adriatic Sea. The island has the longest coastline and it is the fifth-largest island of the Croatian coast. It has two mountain chains running parallel to the coast. The small main island town Pag occupies a sheltered bay facing the mainland. The Island of Pag is renowned for its delicious sheep’s cheese and its clean waters, but it is also well-known for its beautiful lace. The most known places in the island are Zrće, Novalja, Gajac, Metajna, Pag, Šimuni and others.
Koper is the largest town on the Slovenian coast. It has a picturesque old town, where the main attractions are the Praetorian Palace, the City Loggia, the Cathedral of Mary’s Assumption, the Town Tower, Taverna and many other. The area suburs Žusterna is intended primarily for tourism, entertainment and recreational activities. Marina Koper is located close to the old town. It is a popular port of transit, because it has a good location and is protected from the winds.
The beautiful city of Krk developed in the Middle Ages on the site of the Roman town of Curicum. The old town of Krk is encircled by stone walls which together with the four gates and forts define the ancient part of the city. There are three preserved defense forts: the City Hall, the multi – angular Tower and the Frankopan Castle. Inside town walls there are stone cobbled streets with coffee bars, restaurants, shops, souvenir shops and galleries. The town of Krk is a very attractive and most visited place on the island of Krk.