50 Spectacular Aerial Photos That Prove Why Slovenia Might Just Be The Most Beautiful Country On Earth

Are you afraid of heights? Well even if the answer is yes, you better get over it fast. Aerial photography can be a little daunting and intimidating at first, but if you let your fear get the best out of you, you are bound to miss out on something wonderful.

Aerial photography provides you with a breathtaking bird’s eye view – one you won’t get anywhere else. Sure in towns you can maybe get up to the rooftop and have a nice view of the urban landscape, but in nature it is a totally different, thrilling, and exciting experience altogether. Slovenia is a wonderful country; we would even say that it is a true paradise for all the photography enthusiasts. But seeing things from air provides you with an entirely different perspective. There is nothing like it, trust us. Everything looks even more impressive from the bird’s-eye view.

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Slovenia, as seen from the air. 50 spectacular aerial photos that prove you absolutely have to visit Slovenia.

An aerial view of Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia
The charming and cool capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana. With a main river or canal going through its center, the many bridges, water-front cobbled-stone walkways and a castle standing on a hill above the city, Ljubljana is situated about halfway between Vienna and Venice and is often compared to Prague for to its impressive architectural beauty. (Image by Tomo Jesenicnik)

An aerial view of the coastal town of Piran, Slovenia
Perching on a jutting peninsula along Slovenia’s 47 kilometres (29 miles) of coastline, Piran is a charming medieval town with great views, great food, and great people. The stunning turquoise Adriatic sea surrounds three sides of the town. The lovely cafés and restaurants are abundant on the cobblestone streets that weave through the preserved medieval center. Music often floats on the breeze, a nod to Giuseppe Tartini, a famous Piran-born violinist and composer whose bronze statue stands in the center of the oval-shaped marble main square that bears his name. Around the edge there are colorful buildings with some intricate architectural details. (Image by Ubald Trnkoczy)

An elevated view of the coastal town of Piran, Slovenia
Charming. Delightful. Appealing. Attractive. Lovely. Enchanting. These are just a few adjectives that could be used to describe the coastal town of Piran. Above the red-tiled rooftops, a lone bell tower pierces the sky, while defensive walls rise even higher on the hillside and offer stunning panoramic views of the town. Doesn’t Piran look like it’s out of a story book?

An aerial view of the coastal town of Izola, Slovenia
Izola is a laid back town with a lively history on the Slovenian coast. The old part of the town rests upon what once used to be an island – that’s where the name of the town comes from – in latin, ‘isola’ means ‘an island’. (Image by Jaka Jerasa)

An aerial view of the town of Novo Mesto, Slovenia
Perched snugly on a very sharp and very scenic bend of the Krka River, Novo Mesto is Slovenia’s 7th largest city and the capital of the Dolenjska region with a population of about 23,000 inhabitants. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

An aerial view of the Soca river at the town of Most Na Soci, Slovenia
With its remarkable emerald color, the Soca River is considered one of the most beautiful and clean rivers not only in Slovenia but in the whole of Europe. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

An aerial view of the Unica river flowing through the Planinsko Polje karst field in Slovenia
Meandering across the Planinsko Polje karst field is the unique and very picturesque Unica River, which tends to flood in heavy rain (especially in spring and autumn), turning the Planinsko Polje into a lake for a while. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

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An aerial view of the Ljubljana marshlands in Slovenia
The Ljubljana Marshes are a very interesting and unique natural area of wetlands and peat bogs, known for its rare plant and animal species and for the remains of the prehistoric pile dwellings, which are a very important source of evidence for early human history from 5000 to 500 B.C. and are also inscribed under the UNESCO World Heritage List. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

An aerial view of the vineyards situated mostly on marl terraces of Vipava hills in Slovenia
Across the Vipava Hills you’ll find orderly terraces with their thriving vineyards, sometimes at considerable altitudes. The vines are planted in neatly arranged rows, creating together with the terraces the characteristic local landscape pattern. (Image by Marijan Mocivnik)

An aerial view of the vineyards at the Skalce village in Slovenia
The small hills around the Skalce village in the municipality of Slovenske Konjice in eastern Slovenia are covered with well-kept idyllic small vineyards. The area is known as the Natural Park Of Vineyards and is the place to go if you want to find out more about the wine of this region. There are numerous wineries here, and the nature along the wine road is really beautiful and calming and you get a feeling of being with nature.

An aerial view of Lake Bled with its island and cliff-top castle
Located in the Julian Alps, Lake Bled is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, thick green forests, and fresh crisp air. It is famous for both the medieval Bled Castle, which is perched high up on the cliffs, and for a church on a little island in the center of the lake. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

An elevated view of Lake Bled in Slovenia
A splendidly deep blue lake, a picture-postcard church on a small island, a medieval castle clinging to a rocky cliff, and the Julian Alps as a backdrop. Lake Bled is straight out of a fairy-tale book and built for the relaxed tourist. (Image by Jost Gantar)

An aerial view of Lake Bohinj in northwestern Slovenia
Lake Bohinj is another remarkable lake in the Julian Alps, not far from Lake Bled. It is much more more tranquil than its neighbor, and the best way to explore the lake is probably to walk around the lake. You can also take a tourist boat. Its crystal clear blue-green waters are so inviting in the summer months. Jump in, go for a swim, rent a canoe or kayak or simply enjoy and relax along the water’s edge and listen to the gentle waves lap against the shore. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

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An aerial view of the Vogel cable car above Lake Bohinj in northwestern Slovenia
The Vogel mountain is rising high above Lake Bohinj and offers magnificent views over the whole lake and the surrounding mountains of the Julian Alps. It can be reached by a cable-car that takes you 1,665 altitude metres high to the top of Vogel from the far end of the lake. (Image by Mitja Sodja)

An aerial view of the Klemensekova Kmetija farmstead above the Logarska Dolina valley in northern Slovenia
The Klemensekova Kmetija farmstead is known for the spectacular vistas of the Logarska Valley and surrounding mountain tops of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. It is often referred to as the most photographed farm in Slovenia. It has such an extraordinary setting that photos of it are regularly found in travel magazines, tourist brochures and on travel blogs and forums. (Image by Ana Pogacar)

An aerial view of the picturesque alpine village of Podkoren, Slovenia
Podkoren is a charming small alpine village situated between the Julian Alps and the Karawanks mountain range in the far northwestern corner of Slovenia, only a mere 5 minutes by car from both the Italian and Austrian borders. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

An aerial view of the Gozd Martuljek village in the Slovenian Alps
Gozd Martuljek is a lovely alpine village which breathes with the mountains! In the background is Kranjska Gora, another charming alpine village and the most famous ski resort in Slovenia. (Image by Matjaz Vidmar)

An aerial view of the Tamar valley in the far northwestern corner of Slovenia
The Tamar Valley is a jewel among the many beautiful glacial valleys in the Julian Alps. It is located only a few kilometres from both the Italian and Austrian borders, in the far north-west corner of Slovenia. The valley is best known as the home of the Planica ski-jumping hills. (Image by Darinka Mladenovic)

An aerial view of the town of Tolmin and the Soca river in Slovenia
Tolmin is a lovely small town situated on the southern rim of the Julian Alps in western Slovenia, close to the border with Italy. It is located on a terrace above the confluence of the Soca and Tolminka rivers. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

An aerial view of the vineyards at Slovenske Gorice in Slovenia
The hilly and sun-exposed vineyards of the region of Slovenske gorice, a well-know wine-growing region close to the border with Austria. The vineyards here occupy 1875 hectares of land, which is about 10 percent of all vineyards in Slovenia. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

An aerial view of the vineyards at Goriska Brda in western Slovenia
Goriska Brda is a delightful wine area with the same soil conditions as the much more famous and highly regarded Friuli region on the Italian side of the border. This is a land of gently rolling hills, covered with vineyards and dotted with charming small villages. The gentle climate assures the perfect growing conditions for grapes. Goriska Brda is Europe’s next hidden gem, waiting to be explored.

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An aerial view of the Smartno village in Goriska Brda, Slovenia
The medieval village of Smartno is located in the centre of the boutique, hilly wine growing region of Goriska Brda. It charms its visitors with its romantic narrow lanes, its Baroque church, the wall and the viewing tower, from which the Adriatic Sea and vineyards can be seen.

An aerial view of the vineyards in the Upper Vipava valley in western Slovenia
The Upper Vipava Valley is renowned for its quality wines, especially white ones. Among white grapes, the most common varieties in the region are Chardonnay, Sauvignon, and the indigenous varieties Zelen, Pinela, and Vitovska Garganja, while red varieties include Merlot, Barbera, and Cabernet Sauvignon.

An aerial view of the picturesque village of Stanjel in the Karst Region of southwestern Slovenia
The picturesque and very unique Slovenian village of Stanjel is located on the Karst Plateau overlooking the vine-growing Vipava valley. In the 17th century it was fortified to defend it against Ottoman raids. It was heavily damaged during the Second World War and it has been slowly rebuilt since. (Image by Bogdan Kladnik)

An aerial view of the city of Celje, Slovenia
The medieval Old Castle perched on a hill above Slovenia’s third biggest city Celje is the largest castle complex in Slovenia and Celje’s most visited landmark with over 70,000 visitors yearly. The castle was built in the 12th century by the Heunburg family. It changed several owners before it was bought by the Counts of Celje, the most important medieval aristocrats in Slovenia, who rebuilt, expanded and significantly improved the castle and its grounds. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

An aerial view of the town of Lasko in eastern Slovenia
Lasko is a lovely small town in eastern Slovenia, located at the foothills of Hum Hill on the Savinja River. It was first mentioned in written documents dating to 1227 and was granted town privileges in 1927. (Image by Boris Vrabec)

An aerial view of the city of Nova Gorica in western Slovenia
The Soca River runs through Nova Gorica, a modern city built after the Second World War on the border with Italy. With a population of about 14,000 inhabitants, it’s Slovenia’s 12th largest city and the biggest city in the area. (Image by Alex Stokelj)

An aerial view of the town of Kostanjevica Na Krki in southwestern Slovenia
Kostanjevica Na Krki is a lovely small town in southeastern Slovenia near the border with Croatia. The town’s center lies on a small island in the Krka River. Due to several floods through the town’s history, when the only way to get around was by boat, the town became known as the Venice of the Dolenjska region. The town was first mentioned in the 13th century and is now protected as a cultural and historical monument. (Image by Matej Jordan)

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An aerial view of the Kolpa river in eastern Slovenia
River Kolpa stretches for 292 kilometres, of which 113 kilometres run along the border with Croatia. It is known as one of the warmest, cleanest, and most pristine rivers in Slovenia. A part of the river, between the villages of Stari trg and Dragosi, is a protected area within the Nature Park Kolpa. (Image by Dunja Wedam)

An aerial view of the confluence of the Sava and Krka rivers
The Krka river joins the Sava between the village of Catez Ob Savi and the town of Brezice in southeastern Slovenia. The confluence is one of the most beautiful spots to photograph in this part of Slovenia. The 524 metre-long bridge over the confluence was one of the longest bridges in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Today, the bridge is open for one-way traffic, while a walk across the bridge offers the visitors an remarkable view of the Krka and Sava Rivers and the surrounding hills and villages.

An aerial view of the town of Sentjur in eastern Slovenia
Sentjur is a small town in eastern Slovenia, which lies on the Voglajna River east of Slovenia’s third largest city Celje. (Image by Stane Jersic)

An aerial view of Portoroz, a Slovenian Adriatic seaside resort and spa town
Portoroz is the most important tourist centre on the Slovenian coast. It is known as Slovenia’s glitzy coatal town, with palm trees, pricey hotels and fancy cars parked on the streets.

An aerial view of the Adriatic seaside resort of Portoroz
Portoroz was officially declared a health resort at the end of the 19th century. Today, it is a modern tourist resort with many hotels, its own marina, airport, casino, and congress and wellness centers.

An aerial view of the coastal town of Portoroz in Slovenia
Portoroz is a great place for walks along the promenade, dining out and sunset cocktails. It is also well-known for its nightlife so if you want to have a night out, this is where it’s at. (Image by Darinka Mladenovic)

An aerial view of the Strunjan cliffs in Slovenia
Only a couple kilometres from Slovenia’s well-known coastal resorts of Portoroz lies a wild and mostly unexplored natural landscape of the Strunjan Nature Reserve. Dominated by steep white cliffs rising from the Adriatic sea to almost 100 meters in height, it is known for its abundant flora and fauna (much of which extends under the surface of the sea). The Strunjan cliffs are the tallest on the Adriatic coast and among the 15 tallest sea cliffs in the whole of Europe. (Image by Darinka Mladenovic)

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An aerial view of the spa village of Podcetrtek in Slovenia
Podcetrtek is a lovely small village on Slovenia’s eastern border with Croatia, where most people come to relax at the Terme Olimia thermal spa.

An aerial view of the Terme Olimia thermal spa in Podcetrtek, Slovenia
The Olimia Thermal Spa is known as a modern wellness centre. Besides this principal pillar, they have established a spatially separated offer for youth and young families: a popular aqua-park, placed far enough from the core spa facilities not to interfere acoustically with guests who wish to relax in peace and serenity amidst nature and its beauty.

An aerial view of the Terme Lendava thermal spa in northeastern Slovenia
The Lendava Thermal Spa is located in the Pomurje region in the far northeastern corner of Slovenia. It’s a great place to base yourself for exploring the area, with its indoor and outdoor thermal pools, saunas, energy park, traditional cuisine, and full range of treatments, many of them based on its unique paraffin water known for its healing and rejuvenating properties. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

An aerial view of the Zdraviliski park in Rogaska Slatina, Slovenia
The wonderful Spa Park is the main natural attraction in Rogaska Slatina and represents the green heart of this lovely historic spa town.

An aerial view of the hot air balloons above the Dravsko Polje in Slovenia
Hot air balloons are a common site in the skies of Slovenia, especially during the spring, summer and fall. (Image by Darinka Mladenovic)

An aerial view of the countryside in the Koroska region of Slovenia in spring
Spring is such a beautiful time of the year in Slovenia with new life bursting out all round us; the grass is turning green again, the trees are blooming, new leaves are growing and flowers are so colorful!

An aerial view of the Zelenci lake and nature reserve in northwestern Slovenia
Tucked into the far northwestern corner of Slovenia near the village of Kranjska Gora is a pristine 15-hectare nature reserve called Zelenci with a brilliant jade green lake. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

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An aerial view of the Velika Goba village in central Slovenia
Velika Goba is a typical small village with a church in the heart of Dolenjska region of Slovenia. (Image by Iztok Medja)

An aerial view of Sevnica, a town on the left bank of the Sava River in central Slovenia
Sevnica is a small town on the left bank of the Sava River in central Slovenia, where Melania Trump, the First Lady of the United States, spent her childhood and youth. (Image by Iztok Medja)

An aerial view of the Aljaz tower on the summit of Mount Triglav in northwestern Slovenia
At 2,864 meters (9,396 feet), Triglav is the highest mountain in Slovenia and offers a challenging climb. The mountain is a true national symbol which is featured on the national coat of arms, the flag and Slovenian euro coins. The origin of the name Triglav (literally ‘three-headed’) comes from its characteristic triple peak shape as seen from the south-east side. On the top of Triglav stands the Aljaz Tower. What may at first look merely like a metal refuge for mountaineers has, over the past 121 years, also come to symbolize Slovenia’s nationhood. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

An aerial view of the Kanin ski resort in northwestern Slovenia
Perched high above the town of Bovec at 2,300 meters high, Kanin is the highest-lying ski centre in Slovenia and boasts the longest winter season, actually running all the way from November until well into spring and the May national holidays. (Image by Bogdan Kladnik)

An aerial view of Pokljuka, a forested karst plateau in northwestern Slovenia
Forests cover more than 58 percent of the territory of Slovenia and are an essential element of the landscape. (Image by Janez Skok)

An aerial view of Lake Cerknica, an intermittent lake in southwestern Slovenia
Lake Cerknica is one of the largest intermittent lakes in Europe and when full, it is the largest lake in Slovenia, covering a surface of up to 38 square kilometres. The lake is filled up in two or three days by heavy rain and normally stays on the karst Cerknica plain for about eight or nine months a year. Discharge of water is a much slower process. During the dry season in the summer months, the lake drains out in three to four weeks and disappears almost completely. (Image by Matevz Lenarcic)

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An aerial view of the alpine village and ski resort of Kranjska Gora in winter
Kranjska Gora is a charming alpine village and the most famous ski resort in Slovenia situated on the tip of the Triglav National Park in the Slovenian Alps. (Image by Janez Skok)

An aerial view of Lake Bohinj in northwestern Slovenia in winter
Lake Bohinj is known as the lake at the end of the world and on this breathtaking aerial photograph it really does seem like it is at the end of the world. With the magnific Julian Alps as a backdrop, the lake seems to come from some heavenly realm, untouched and unspoilt by human interference. (Image by Janez Skok)

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Peter Zajfrid is a well-respected and very passionate amateur landscape photographer who loves capturing the beauty of this world through photography. He enjoys the outdoors and nature, and photography provides him with a medium to capture and share this with others. He especially loves creating images that portray the beauty of the Styria region of Slovenia and its landscapes.
FINE ART LANDSCAPE PHOTOS OF MARIBOR AND ITS SURROUNDING AREA BY UROS LEVA (25 photos)
Uros Leva Photography

Uros Leva is a versatile freelance artist – photographer, graphic designer and screenwriter. He has been living in Slovenia’s second largest city Maribor for his whole life and never fails to be overawed by the beauty of the city. His connection to Maribor began the moment he was born and the more Uros experiences this city, the further he falls in love. When Uros is behind the camera, his goal is to bring out the beauty of Maribor and its surrounding area for all to see.
LANDSCAPE AND NATURE PHOTOS OF THE LAKE BOHINJ AREA AND THE JULIAN ALPS BY GREGOR SKOBERNE (35 photos)
Gregor Skoberne Photography

Gregor Skoberne is one of the most talented and passionate landscape and nature photographers in Slovenia. Completely self-taught, Gregor is primarily focused on the unique local landscape and nature found in the Lake Bohinj area with an aim to capture the spirit and the essence of the moment in his photographs.
NATURE AND LANDSCAPE PHOTOS OF THE TRIGLAV NATIONAL PARK BY WALLE GREVIK (35 photos)
Triglav National Park By Walle Grevik Nature Photography

Walle Grevik is a passionate nature and landscape photographer, hiker, and traveler based in Helsingborg, Sweden. He has traveled to many countries around Europe including Iceland, Faroe Islands, Scotland, Ireland, and Greece. This year, he and his hiking partner, Fredrik Vestlund, decided to visit Slovenia and do a 9-day hiking adventure through the Julian Alps and Triglav National Park. Walle took some really beautiful photos during this hiking tour, and he was kind enough to share some of them with us here at Travel Slovenia.
LANDSCAPE PHOTOS OF THE SLOVENIAN ALPS BY MASA VODENIK (20 photos)
Slovenian Alps by Masa Vodenik Photography

The Slovenian Alps are a part of the Southern Limestone Alps with three high-Alpine mountain ranges, the Julian Alps, the Karawanks and the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. They take up a large part of Slovenia and are full of incredible trails for all levels of hiking ability. They are lower compared with those in Austria and Italy, but with their beauty they surpass anything you may see in the Alps in Europe. All the photos in this gallery were taken by Masa Vodenik. She's an avid hiker who spends most of her weekends in the mountains and she never forgets to take her camera with her.
LANDSCAPE AND NATURE PHOTOS OF THE SLOVENIAN ALPS BY MIROSLAV ASANIN (40 photos)
Miroslav Asanin photography-300

Miroslav Asanin is a very enthusiastic, amateur photographer from Sencur, a small town in the Gorenjska region of Slovenia. His passion for photography began four years ago when he got his first proper camera - a Canon EOS 600D, after that there was no stopping. His primary interests has always been on shooting landscapes and different sceneries found throughout Slovenia and especially in the Slovenian Alps and its Triglav National Park.
FINE ART NATURE AND LANDSCAPE PHOTOS OF THE VRHNIKA COUNTRYSIDE BY ROBI DEBEVC KVOCKA (30 photos)
Robi Debevc Kvocka Photography

Robi Debevc Kvocka is a self-taught photographer based in Vrhnika, whose fine art nature and landscape photographs celebrate the natural beauty of the Vrhnika countryside. When Robi is behind the camera, his goal is to bring out hidden beauty of the Vrhnika area for all to see. His style, which is recognisable through the artistry of his photographs, is born of a keen eye for the many moods of the natural landscape and a life-long passion for the nature and the great outdoors.
SLOVENIA (30 photos)
Piran Slovenia

A fascinating capital, charming coastal towns, beautiful alpine villages, stunning natural attractions, and much more - enjoy this wonderful selection of absolutely the most beautiful pictures of Slovenia, taken either by professional photographers or amateur photo enthusiasts.

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