Did you know that our purpose built factory is located in the beautiful country of Slovenia?
If you plan to visit this hidden gem of a country then let us give you an insight into what to explore and where to go during your stay!
The capital of Slovenia is a modern and compact city with a rich heritage. You can enjoy the view of the city from the Castle Belvedere Tower, stroll along the Ljubljanica River and absorb some of it’s ancient character whlst exploring the cobbled streets in the old town. There are plenty of restuarants and bars offering cultural cuisine.
It’s 24km of galleries, tunnels and magnificent halls make the Postojna Cave one of the worlds best know tourist caves. It’s many unique, picturesque features have been enchanting visitors for almost 200 years! The Postojna Cave is the only cave where you can experience an exciting train ride through a breath taking underground landscape.
With it’s iconic fairytale church steeple on top of the tiny rock island in the middle of Lake Bled. Bled is a sight which stays in your memory. The town is a known destination for those seeking relaxation through it’s sunny alpine air and thermal springs.
The most beautiful town on the Slovenian coast grew with the help of salt. The Piran salt pans, where the world-class fleur de sel (flower of salt) is still produced today using age-old methods, were the reason why the picturesque Mediterranean walled town, with its church with a view and cultural attractions, flourished.
The façades of the buildings and their interiors reveal the millennial history of Koper, once Capris, then Iustinopolis; and evoke the era of the Venetian Republic and the golden age of Gothic style and the Renaissance. Intertwining narrow streets wind towards the main square that boasts the largest cathedral in Slovenia. A diverse palette of cultural experiences enriches the city streets and squares, especially in the summer months.
Nestled in the midst of mountains nature invites in all its glory. The area of the Slovenian Alps represents the intersection of three large mountain massifs and the pre-Alpine hills. The pristine nature of Triglav National Park boasts exceptional beauty in its hills, lakes and valleys. In the Soča Valley you can admire one of the most beautiful Slovenian rivers, and Bled Island is a unique symbol of Slovenia. Alpine hills and valleys are criss-crossed with exceptional hiking trails.