· Ljubljana · 105km · 2 hrs
Culture and history
So what's it like?
Piran is a coastal jewel and the birth place of the Italian violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini. Steeped in history and exuding charm, Piran is characterised by narrow twisting alleyways, hidden courtyards and an impressive square and cathedral. The area enjoys a warm and temperate climate and the nearby Portoroz nestling on the Adriatic and surrounded by hills draped in vines, olive and cypress trees, is Slovenia’s premier coastal resort.
Regular bus services run between Piran, Portoroz, Strunjan and port of Koper, as well as to some of the neighbouring resorts in Croatia.
• Jewel of the Slovenian Adriatic • Bask in the warm sunshine and listen to the lapping of the clear blue waters of the Adriatic Sea • Abundance of activities and sophisticated summer sun atmosphere • Host to the Avditorij international festival, open air concerts and a range of outdoor events
Twin centre suggestion
Why not try a twin centre combining 7 nights in Piran, at the Hotel Piran, with a stay at the Hotel Kompas, in the picturesque mountain resort of Kranjska Gora? If combining a mountain and coastal resort, your flights must be via Ljubljana and your coastal resort should be your first stay.
Transfer to your second centre is usually by coach or minibus and may be via the airport. Call us to book.