Meet Us in the Spas

Izvir, Nea Culpa
Izvir, Nea Culpa

Slovenia is one of the most water-rich countries in Europe. It has 27,000 km of rivers, streams and other watercourses, as well as numerous thermal or mineral springs, and quite a few aquifers. Most people drink tap water here since it’s clean and delightfully pure.

The secret of Slovenia’s health and well-being lies in 87 natural thermal springs. The water, climate and other factors are the core of the offer of the 15 certified natural spa resorts. The thermal and mineral waters in Slovenia have been the source of health for centuries.

In the Central and Eastern part of Slovenia, natural health resorts have the longest tradition. Almost each spring of thermal and mineral water has an intriguing legend. One of them saying that the spring of Roitschocrene was discovered by Pegasus, who hit the ground with his hoof and thus became the symbol of the Rogaška mineral water – Donat Mg – renowned for the highest magnesium content in the world.

Modern spa facilities are often combined with access to meeting rooms, which offers the perfect combination for organization of various meetings and events for up to 1,100 delegates. Most of the spas can be found in the Central and Eastern parts of the country, often in wine-producing regions, so for a natural extension to the complete sense of wellbeing a wine tasting is a further highlight!

Slovenian Energy is the foundation of our offer to the meetings and events market. But Slovenian Energy is different. It’s naturally laid back. Relaxed. Calm. Not all sparkly on the outside but then running quickly out of fizz. It’s slow release, enduring, in it for the long haul. Slovenian Energy is there when you need creative input in planning your event. And it’s there throughout the event journey, right until the end when your attendees give you a standing ovation for a job well done.

So, how about a harmony of tradition and modernity in Radenci, a balanced blend of hedonism and tradition in Moravci, a selfness business meeting in Olimje, or a splash of Slovenian Energy in Laško? The decision is all yours.

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