Magical world of winter

Welcome to the magical world of winter holidays in the Slovenian countryside, where unforgettable adventures await you. Our tourist farms offer the perfect combination of activities and relaxation for every taste – from thrilling skiing escapades to indulging in wellness centers and thermal spas.

White paradise for winter enthusiasts

Enjoy skiing, cross-country skiing, hiking or ice skating in the picturesque winter landscape. Our farms serve as the perfect base for visiting the best ski resorts, offering courses and equipment for skiers of all ages. Additionally, many Slovenian villages have smaller ski resorts that are excellent for children. Explore our list of farms located near these ski resorts and cross-country skiing trails, and experience the perfect winter adventure for the whole family.

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Wellness and thermal springs for complete relaxation

After an active day in the fresh air, indulge in pampering at our wellness centers. Enjoy massages, saunas, and warm thermal pools that will help you relax your body and mind. The majority of thermal springs and spas are located in the Dolenjska, Podravska region, and the southern part of the Savinja Valley. Many of our farms offer their own small wellness havens on their estates, where you can enjoy an intimate relaxation experience.

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Slovenian tourist farms are renowned for their excellent homemade food, produced on-site. They offer you traditional Slovenian dishes prepared from fresh and locally sourced ingredients.Explore>>

Holidays for you and your furry friend

We understand that pets are part of the family, so we have prepared a list of farms where your four-legged companions are welcome. Here, they can enjoy play and exploration while you indulge in a well-deserved break.

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Book your winter getaway now and discover why our tourist farms are the perfect place for relaxation, exploration, and enjoying the winter enchantments.

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