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Real Estate in Slovenia

Slovenia boasts a 50 km stretch of sandy coastline along the Adriatic Sea. To the north lies Italy and to the south, Croatia. The peninsula is growing in popularity, most notably the towns of Koper, Piran and Potoroz, which possess strong Venetian influences.
 
Demand for real estate in Slovenia focuses around the coast, Ljubljana and the ski resorts (particularly those in the Julian Alps). Since EU membership, prices have grown between 15-20% in 2 years leading Channel 4’s ‘A Place in the Sun’ to mark Slovenia as the 8th best place in Europe to profit from a real estate investment.

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- Adriatic Coast

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Slovenia’s Adriatic Coast (also known as Istrian Coast) is a hilly landscape often compared to Provence due to the prevalence of olive groves and vineyards. The major towns along the coast are:

  • Piran – situated at the end of a peninsula, a city which has preserved its medieval heritage and superb Venetian Gothic architecture
  • Koper - the 2nd largest Adriatic port after Venice
  • Izola – an island fishing town Portoroz- most popular for tourism due to its attractions of a large casino, marina and annual fairs

CLIMATE

The coast enjoys long hot summers with temperatures between May and September of 20-26 °C (68 – 79 °F). Winters are relatively mild between 7-9 °C.

HOW TO GET THERE

The coast is approx 1 hour by car from Brnik airport which lies 20 km south of the capital, Ljubljana. Easy Jet offer regular flights from London Stansted. The national carrier Adria Airways also offer regular flights from most major European cities including Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna, Zurich, Brussels, Paris, Barcelona, Dublin, Manchester, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Moscow and, Split and Prague.

Slovenia’s coastline can also be reached by one of the border crossings with Italy or Croatia.