The north-eastern part of the Adriatic Sea is home to 300 km2 of Slovenia’s territorial waters. The deepest point is at 37 m, while the average depth is usually around 17 m. Our sea is calm, unpolluted, full of vegetation, and has low levels of traffic, which makes it perfect for sport fishing. There’s even a 200-metre-long coral reef growing in Slovenia’s Adriatic which is of great importance for underwater biodiversity.
The Slovenian coastline is only 46.6 km long, but makes up for it with an abundance of cultural and natural heritage. After a long day at sea, the picturesque town of Piran and other beautiful places on the Slovenian coast offer a wonderful retreat for relaxation and sightseeing.