Accessibility of tourist farms
The majority of tourist farms have returned to their regular operations and are enthusiastically welcoming both vacationers and day visitors, despite the flooding earlier this month. However, there are a few exceptions where access is restricted or infrastructure challenges in certain municipalities have forced temporary closures to guests.
THE KOROŠKA REGION
Koroška was hit by a disaster unlike any we can remember, but the people of Koroška remain optimistic and more united than ever. Most providers are operating normally, and they have a message from the destination: "Now, we need support in tourism more than ever before. Thank you for being with us."
All tourist farms are open, except for the Plaznik farm, which currently is not accesible.
THE SAVINJSKA REGION
The Savinja region, stretching from the beautiful valleys of Upper Savinja, through the fertile Šaleška and Lower Savinja valleys, to the central Celje and Dravinjsko regions with the rich Pohorje, and the hilly Kozjansko and Obsotelje, suffered the worst consequences of the floods in the northern part.
Most tourist farms in the Savinja region are operating normally, except for farms in the municipalities of Solčava, Ljubno, and Luče, which are not yet able to accept guests.
THE MAJORITY OF SLOVENIA IS SAFE AND OPEN TO TOURISTS
The majority of Slovenia did not suffer severe flood-related consequences, so all tourist farms in the other parts of Slovenia are open and have been pampering their guests all this time.
You are invited to explore the farms stay options by the regions.