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  • Although the biggest town on the Slovenian coastline it is still small enough to walk from one side to the other and wherever you are you can feel the energy bursting around you. Koper o�ers it all - medieval town center; pedestrian walking zones with various shops, bars and restaurants; city beaches and an excellent, always expanding sports infrastructure.

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  • Although the biggest town on the Slovenian coastline it is still small enough to walk from one side to the other and wherever you are you can feel the energy bursting around you. Koper o�ers it all - medieval town center; pedestrian walking zones with various shops, bars and restaurants; city beaches and an excellent, always expanding sports infrastructure.

    Index:

    About Slovenia .............................................................................................................................................................................. 1

    Koper ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3

    Rogla & Zreče ................................................................................................................................................................................. 5

    Laško ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7

    Bled .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9

    Terme Lendava ............................................................................................................................................................................ 11

    Ptuj .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13

    Kranjska Gora .............................................................................................................................................................................. 15

    Maribor .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 17

    Terme Olimia ............................................................................................................................................................................... 19

    Nova Gorica .................................................................................................................................................................................. 21

    About us ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 23

    References .................................................................................................................................................................................... 23

    Contact us ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 24

    Some photos are courtesy of www.slovenia.info

  • ABOUT SLOVENIA

    State: Democratic parliamentary republic since 25 June 1991; Member of the European Union since 1 May 2004 Capital: Ljubljana, 261700 inhabitants O�cial Language: Slovene; in some nationally mixed border areas also Italian and Hungarian Currency: EUR 1 = 100 cents Phone dial code: +386 Internet country code: .si

    GENERAL INFORMATION

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    GEOGRAPHY

    Size: 20273 km² Length of borders: 1370 km: with Austria 318 km, with Italy 280 km, with Hungary 102 km, with Croatia 670 km Length of coastline: 46.6 km Largest towns: Ljubljana (261700), Maribor (108600), Kranj (39400), Celje (38400) Highest mountain: Triglav 2864 m Longest river: Sava 221 km

    POPULATION & CLIMATE

    Inhabitants: 2,046,976 (1 January 2010) Population density: 101.1 inhabitants per square kilometer Nationalities (2002 census) : Slovenian 83%; Italian 0,1%; Hungarian 0,3%; Croat 1,8%; Serbian 2,0%; Muslim (including Bosniacs) 1,6%; others 2,2%; unknown: 8,9% Life expectancy : 75,8 for men and 82,3 for women Religions: Catholic 57.8%, Muslim 2.4%, Orthodox 2.3%, other Christian 0.9%, una�liated 3.5%, other or unspeci�ed 23%, none 10.1% Climate: continental with cold winters and warm summers Average temperature: -2°C in January and 21°C in July

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    INDIVIDUAL SPORTS

    Iztok Čop (rowing): 4 time Olympic medal winner; multiple World Championships medal winner Rajmond Debevec (shooting): 3 time Olympic medal winner; multiple World and European Championships medal winner Urška Žolnir (judo): 2 time Olympic medal winner; multiple World and European Championships medal winner Primož Kozmus (athletics): 2 time Olympic medal winner; multiple World Championships medal winner Vasilij Žbogar (sailing): 2 time Olympic medal winner Mitja Petkovšek (gymnastics): multiple World and European Championships medal winner Peter Mankoč (swimming): multiple World and European Championships medal winner Peter Kauzer (kayak): multiple World and European Championships medal winner Tina Maze (alpine skiing): 2 time Olympic medal winner; multiple World Championships and World Cup medal winner Petra Majdič (cross country skiing): 1 time Olympic medal winner; multiple World Championships and World Cup medal winner Jakov Fak (biathlon): 1 time Olympic medal winner; multiple World Championships and World Cup medal winner Robert Kranjec (ski jumping): multiple World Championships and World Cup medal winner Anže Kopitar (hockey): Stanley Cup winner with the Los Angeles Kings in 2012

    TEAM SPORTS

    National male handball team: silver medal at the European Championships in 2004 Celje Pivovarna Laško handball club: winner of the handball Champions League in 2004 Krim handball club: winner of the handball Champions League in 2001 and 2003 National male basketball team: 4th place at the European Championships in 2009 and 8th place at the World Championships in 2010 Football club Maribor: quali�ed to group stage of the Champions League in 1999 and the UEFA Cup in 2011 National ski jumping team: bronze medal at the Olympic Games in 2002 National male hockey team: quali�ed for the Olympic Games in 2014

    Slovenia is a central European country, surrounded by Austria, Croatia, Hungary and Italy. Its geographical position between the Alps, Pannonian lowlands, Dinarsko mountains and Mediterranean creates a diversi�ed countryside and o�ers unique opportunities for adventures in the mountains, lowlands and seaside all in a matter of hours. Slovenia has it all - snow covered mountains, sunny coastline, famous karst caves, warm spa waters, crystal clean mountain rivers in beautiful gorges and slow �owing rivers on the plains, mountain lakes, antique villages and medieval towns, castles from the past and entertainment centers of the future, numerous vineyard yielding vintage wines, and ancient virgin forests.

    COME AND DISCOVER IT YOURSELF.

    SLOVENIA AND SPORT

    HOSTING EVENTS

    European basketball Championships in 2013, European handball Championships in 2004, European men's artistic gymnastics Championships in 2004, European water polo Championships in 2003, Multiple World rowing Championships and World Cups at Bled, Annual biathlon World Cup at Pokljuka, Cross country skiing World Cup in 2009 and 2011 at Rogla, Annual alpine skiing World Cup at Maribor and Kranjska Gora, Annual ski jumping World Cup at Planica

  • KOPER Although the biggest town on the Slovenian coastline it is still small enough to walk from one side to the other and wherever you are you can feel the energy bursting around you. Koper o�ers it all - medieval town center; pedestrian walking zones with various shops, bars and restaurants; city beaches and an excellent, always expanding sports infrastructure.

    BONIFIKA SPORTS HALL (volleyball, basketball and handball)

    • Playing field 52 m x 38,40 m • Height min. 12 m (ceiling) • 6 wardrobes (4 for 20 persons each, 2 for 5-10 persons each) • Martial arts hall on 136 m² • Gym on 97 m² • 2,5 km from hotel Žusterna (transportation is organized) or 500 m from hotel Koper • Venue for the qualification round of the 2013 European basketball championship in Koper

    INDOOR SPORT TRAINING CAMPS possible all year round

    FOOTBALL

    • 1 large playing field 105 m x 68 m with natural grass (with �oodlights) • 1 large playing field 105 m x 65 m with artificial grass (with �oodlights) • 1 small playing field 70 m x 40 m with artificial grass (with �oodlights) • Gym on 120 m² • 10 wardrobes (for 30 persons each) • Conference hall for 30 persons (with all necessary video and audio equipment) • 2,6 km from hotel Žusterna (transportation is organized) or 600 m from hotel Koper

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    OUTDOOR SPORT TRAINING CAMPS

  • Although the biggest town on the Slovenian coastline it is still small enough to walk from one side to the other and wherever you are you can feel the energy bursting around you. Koper o�ers it all - medieval town center; pe