The hotel village is situated in the very heart of the Slovenian coast, between the towns of Izola and Portorož, on a slope immediately above the sea and with a beautiful view of the Gulf of Trieste.
Next to the Belvedere hotel, not far from the road linking Izola and Portoroz, the camp site Belvedere is situated on a small hill overlooking the Gulf of Trieste.
Restaurant Kamin has a terrace which offers a beautiful view of Izola and the gulf.
Our gastronomic offer contains Istrian and fish specialties prepared on the grill at the fireplace.
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Yes, in the 1990s.2011-03-01 10:05:03 by Constellation21
Ceacescu was rough on the city. He tore out the entire center, leaving it a big empty lot. I'm afraid there is not much left. However, the Romanian countryside is beautiful and accessible. Take a bus to Bran, site of Dracula's castle, and hike into the stunningly beautifuly Translyvanian Alps. Take the train to Sinaia, an old Hapsburg mountain resort with a Grand Hotel and very pretty palace. Al...a was inexpensive, lodging and food were of good quality, other an Burcharest (and Alba Ulia), the cities were pretty. Also, take the train to Efrorie Nord on the coast. It has the delightful feel of an old communist workers resort (which I like, no kidding) and beautiful views of the Black Sea. In the 1990s, Romania had not yet become a traffic-jam country (like Slovenia), it may still be nice.
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