Popular Accommodations in Izola
Highlights in Izola
- Istrian Fishing Festival
- Trip to Trieste
- Diving in the Adriatic Sea
- Istrian cuisine
Most popular in Izola
Vacation rentals in Izola
If you are looking for a beautifully situated holiday apartment or a modern apartment in the Slovenian seaport of Izola, you will find it especially in the picturesque centre. Of course, you will live particularly beautifully along the picturesque promenade and in the vicinity of the small marina, where you will also benefit from the proximity of numerous restaurants. Alternatively, you can move into a vacation rental on the outskirts of town. You will find what you are looking for in the Dobrava district and in the villages of Sared and Baride in the municipality of Izola. Thanks to the hilly location, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Adriatic Sea from there.
Holiday in Izola
Travelers and Activities
Put on your hiking boots and set off for the most beautiful part of Istria, which is dotted with olive groves, orchards and vineyards. In addition to the coastal and mountain trails with their picturesque views, the mountain villages of Sv. Peter, Novas Vas and Padna are also worthwhile hiking destinations. In addition to churches and oil mills worth seeing, visitors can also expect one or two festivals, such as the wine and garlic festival in Novas Vas. Water rats will also get their money's worth on the Adriatic. You can try your hand at stand-up paddling, sailing or diving, or simply spend a relaxing day by the sea.
Things to know
Hikers and cyclists can book their vacation rental in Izola between May and October, as temperatures and sunshine hours are in an ideal range. For the great bathing fun, however, the period between the end of June and the end of September should rather be targeted, when the water temperature rises to over 20 degrees.
Izola means translated "island in the coastal area".
Top 3 travel tips
You have a thing for history and culture? Then a trip to Trieste in Italy is a must. The best thing to do is take a guided tour and explore sights such as the Venetian-style Old Town and the Roman Theatre.2. visit the fishing festival
The Fischerfest, which takes place in June, is the event highlight in Izola. You can look forward to a mixture of music, dance and local delicacies that you can only get in this way on the Slovenian Adriatic coast.3. try Istrian cuisine
Among the specialities you should try in one of the cosy restaurants are the risotto (crni rizoto) coloured with squid ink and the mussels cooked in white wine (musule buzara).