Our final stop in Slovenia was Izola, which is located on the what’s known as the Slovenian Riveria. Slovenia only has 46 km of coast and we could imagine it gets very busy in the summer.
It is very motorhome friendly. We stayed in a car park by the marina called Parking Argo which cost 11.50 euros for 24 hours. There is also dedicated motorhome parking a little further along the road for the same price and with all usual facilities, including electric.
Izola used to belong to the Italians and you can see that they have left a strong mark on the region. It was only incorporated into Slovenia in 1954.
Izola is an old fishing town and we sat and watched the day boats come back in.
We had a lovely couple of days relaxing here and look forward to discovering more of the Slovenian Riviera in the future.