Active tourism Slovenia
Active tourism is a temporary travel and stay, which is the main motive for recreation, outside his residence. Because of the need to participate in physical activities, visits and desires for watching various sporting events or any active or passive involvement in sporting activities on a personal level or the organized tourist destination for tourists prepare a variety of sports and recreational offerings. Thus, the capacity of accommodations are sports fields, gyms, fitness gym and other sports and recreational facilities are increasingly under the control of professional trainers. For lovers of active tourism prepared various adventure specialties such as rafting, kayaking, scuba diving, paragliding, climbing the cliffs of mountains, diving the depths of the sea, the wild nature cycling, caving, air tourism and other ordinary and unusual sports. The nature of man's movement, and accelerated pace of life, stress and more sitting and not moving during the work, on vacation people make up sport.
Slovenia has a surface of 20 251 km². The Republic of Slovenia has a border with Austria on the north, on the north-east with Hungary, on east and south with Croatia an on the west side with Italy. Ljubljana is the capital city of Slovenia and it’s spreads along the Ljubljanica river.
There are 28 peaks and mountains above 2.500 m of hight, the highest peak is the Triglav with it's 2.864 m. The Alpine world is divided in 3 mountanious groups: Julian Alps, Karavanke and Kaminsko-Savinjske.
Slovenia in all his Dinaric-Charsic teritory has approximately 6.500 large and small debris caves and pits, about twenty of theme were addapted for tourist visiting purposes. The most famous and visited caves are the caves of Postojna (19,50 km of cave galleries and pits); the most accessible are the Škocijanske jame (Škocijan Caves nad pits) which are signed in the UNESCO’s list of world natural heritage.
On the boundiaries of the Panonian valley there are many spring waters, creeks and rivers which create a numerous areas enriched with thermal water. Sixteen sources were...