Slovenia offers a rich cultural and historical heritage and several natural beauties. The green and varied landscape is criss-crossed by large forests. wine is growing on sunny slopes. On the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites there are places like the caves of Škocjan, the Idrija mercury mine and the prehistoric lake dwellings of the Ljubljana Moors.
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The 27-hole golf resort Royal Bled in the small town of Bled, close to the Austrian province of Carinthia, offers two phantastic golf courses, which are among the most beautiful in the Alps. Surrounded by a majestic mountain landscape, the renovated "King's Course" is a magnet for golfers from all over Europe. The "Lake's Course", although a 9-hole course, is a gem itself.
The practice range, pitch & putt course and short natural golf course in the lush surroundings of the Brdo Estate are ideal for anyone looking to get into the world of golfing – from kids and youth to seasoned golfers and businessmen on a break, along with everyone visiting Brdo for their meeting, conference, seminar or anniversary.
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The 18-hole Golf Club Schloss Mokrice stretches under the medieval Mokrice castle walls on 70ha. It was designed by the world famous golf architect Mr. Donald Harradine who created a masterpiece golf course by combining the natural configuracy of the landscape, that runs through the medieval forest.
The 18-hole Golf Arboretum Ljubljana (1998) is located in the province of Kamniške Alpe, not far from the capital of Ljubljana. The golf course is surrounded by a picturesque natural landscape in the middle of a pine forest, between lakes and other natural beauties. The magnificent view of the Kamnik Alps offers a wonderful experience.
The 18-hole course of Golf Livada - Terme 3000 Moravske Toplice (2002) is located in the North-east of Slovenia in Moravske Toplice. It invites the golfers to test their skills on the longest hole in Slovenia. The golf course Golf Livada offers the pristine Prekmurje environment, countless native plant and animal species and a variety of golfing challenges.
The 18 hole course of Diners Club Ljubljana (2009) is located in the village of Smlednik under the Šmarna Gora hill, at a distance of slightly less than 10 kilometers from the Ljubljana. The golf course is surrounded by forest edges and it is famous for its outstanding wooden club facility and excellent cuisine. The private Diners Golf & Country Klub Ljubljana has hosted two European Championships in 2012 and 2014.
The 18-hole Golf Grad Otočec (2005) is located in southeastern Slovenia, 5 km from Novo mesto. Nestled among lush forests of Dolenjska, the open and diverse fairways, large and fairly undemanding greens, and spectacular views of the fairways and the surrounding areas are all the more reason why you will love this golf course. The golf course is considered to be true highlight in Slovenia.
The 9-hole Golf Club Bovec (2008) is located in the border triangle of Slovenia, Austria and Italy. The golf course Bovec is situated under the Mt.Kanin and the smaragd Soča river where parts of Disney’s epic The Chronicles of Narnia were filmed. The golf course boasts breath-taking views of the surrounding mountains and a beautiful location surrounded by pristine nature.