Swimming and sunbathing
Relaxation and rest
Coastal climate and air
Walks at sunset
Exploration of the
Fun in Portoroz
Culture and Arts
Trips with boats at sea
Music and dance
Trips to the coast or
Open space imagination
on Levstikova street ...
The apartment is located in the center of Piran just behind of the main
Tartini square, near fruit and vegetable market and only
100 meters from the beach.
(5 persons - 65 m2)
Apartment CIELO is comfortable 65 m2 big apartment with
two bedrooms. In the biger bedroom of 25 m2 there is
matrimonial bed size 180 cm x 200 cm, additional single
bed size 90 cm x 200 cm and wardrobe for clothes. In the
smaller bedroom which is 16m2 big, there is a sofa, which
used like additional matrimonial bed for 2 persons,
wardrobe, table with cable LCD TV. Apartment is equipped
with air-conditioning and heating.
The kitchen is fully equiped with 4 place glassceramic
hob, an oven, a big fridge with freezer and a dishwasher.
There is a table with seats for 6 persons.
There is also toilette with bath tub, washing machine and
In the price there are bed linen, towels, hair dryer, end
cleaning, cable LCD TV, air condition, use of terrace,
completely equiped kitchen, unlimited wireless internet
(you have to bring your own laptop), vacuum cleaner,
On the top of the house there is a roof terrace which is a
typical for the town Piran. From there you have beautiful
view to the sea, main church, city wall and green
hinterland of Piran.
Portorose), literally "Port of Roses", is a coastal town in
Slovenia and one of the country's largest tourist areas.
Portorož belongs to the coastal municipality of Piran, located in
the southwest of the Gulf of Trieste (at the northern-most point
of the Adriatic Sea) between the boundaries of Italy to the North
and Croatia to the south. The municipality is not so well
protected against bora wind, as is near city of Trieste. Thanks to
that, Portorose is about 2 degrees cooler on average, with
especially colder nights. Surprisingly, the number of day with
temperatures below zero is strikingly high - 45, if you compare it
with Trieste - Barcola (only 12 per a year). Otherwise, Portorose
is slightly drier and has warmer days during the year. It's a
quite sunny place with an average 2334 hours of sunshine.
Portorož is home to a marina, casino, and numerous sporting
facilities. There is also Portorož International Airport in nearby
Portorož was host to the International Physics Olympiad in 1985
and to the European Universities Debating Championships in 2001.
It is the host of the new Euro-Mediterranean University, that
was inaugurated on Monday 9 June 2008, in collaboration with
universities of the EU, the Middle-East and North Africa (the EU
States and the Euro-Mediterranean Basin, from to Turkey to Morocco
and including Israel), by Janez Janša, Prime Minister of the
Republic of Slovenia, José Manuel Barroso, President of the
European Commission, Amr Moussa, Secretary General of the Arab
League, and Hans-Gert Pöttering, President of the European
Parliament. This university will be fully operational for its
first academic year in 2009.
Portorož hosts annual Festival of Slovenian Film (Festival
slovenskega filma) with Vesna awards for best festival
achievements. The city also hosts (since 1961) a biennial of
contemporary art, the International Sculpture Symposium Forma Viva, where artists come to create a work before the public. The works
were created together in a sculpture park in the hamlet of Seca (free