50 Incredible Landscape And Nature Photos From All Over Slovenia By Erich Reisinger

About The Photographer

Erich Reisinger is a 55-year-old German landscape, nature, and urban photographer based in the beautiful Bavarian town of Ingolstadt. He has been fascinated with photography since he was a 6-year-old child and started photographing landscapes seriously about 20 years ago. He has visited many amazing locations and countries across 5 continents including the Amazon River valley, Iguazu Falls, Taj Mahal in India, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Canada (where he was invited to a pow-wow with the Sioux Indians), Marocco, Tunisian Sahara, Egypt, Kenya and Tanzania (where he went on a safari). Erich also has a special connection with Slovenia. He met his wife in Maribor and Slovenia soon became his second home country. He visits Slovenia several times a year and spends an average of 3 months in Slovenia each year. He never forgets to mention how he loves Slovenia and how he will never tire of photographing its immense beauty and infinite variety.

Over the years, Erich has been shooting with many different cameras from all the main manufacturers, but soon became a fan of Sony’s cameras. Currently, he is using the Sony A6000 with Zeiss lenses and the full-frame Sony A7R with Leitz lenses. During his career, he created several calendars and publications and has had quite a few exhibitions of his work. Erich is also a member of the Royal Geographical Society of London and a member of the National Geographic Society of Washington.

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Below is a selection of Erich’s photos from all around Slovenia that he kindly shared with us. If you want to see more of his wonderful work, check out on his official website Ereisinger.de or his Facebook Page.

Photo Gallery

A beautiful picture gallery containing 50 incredible landscape and nature photos from all over Slovenia by Erich Reisinger.

An elevated view of the coastal town of Piran, Slovenia
Slovenia’s coastline is small, yet every one of the towns along it has a memorable character and layout. Piran is no exception. It is situated on a peninsula of the same name, where, to the right, you can see Italy and, to the left, you can see Croatia. Piran is well worth visiting, especially during the summer, spring and early autumn months.

A beautiful view from the small harbour in Piran towards the Tartini square in the background
There’s no doubt that it’s one of the most beautiful Mediterranean towns. Thanks to centuries of influences from the neighbouring Italy, most of the architecture in Piran is accomplished in the Venetian style. A small harbour lies along the coastline before a lengthy promenade. The northern part of the harbour is reserved mostly for fishing boats while the southern part is for the yachts and sailboats.

Panoramic view of the coastal town of Izola, Slovenia
Izola is an easygoing fishing town on the Adriatic coast of southwestern Slovenia with a population of just under 16,000. It is a really lovely small town with windy old streets and Venetian old town centre, but is often overlooked by tourists in favor of other nearby destinations, like Piran and Portoroz. Izola’s name originates from the Italian word Isola, which means island.

View of the historic town centre of Izola, Slovenia
Thanks to centuries of influences from Italy, Croatia, Austria and Slovenia, Izola today is ethnically and architecturally colorful town worth visiting during spring, summer, and early autumn.

A street view in the historic centre of Izola, Slovenia
There are a number of great seafood restaurants and lovely alfresco cafes in Izola, especially along the waterfront and the historic town centre.

View of the old fishing harbour supplemented with a modern marina in Izola, Slovenia
Izola’s soul is best felt when walking along the old fishing harbour, which lately has been supplemented with a modern marina which offers an anchorage to a wealth of yachts from around the world.

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View of the Tito Square in Koper, Slovenia with the Praetorian Palace and the bell tower
The Tito square as well as the stunning 15th-century Praetorian Palace and the 54-meter-high Bell Tower are the most important sights in Koper, the largest city on the Slovenian coast.

View of the precipitous wall of the Strunjan cliffs, the tallest cliffs of the Adriatic coast
Just a few kilometres from Slovenia’s well-known coastal resorts of Piran and Portoroz lies a wild and mostly unexplored natural landscape of the Strunjan Nature Reserve. Dominated by steep white cliffs rising from the 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 Adriatic Sea). The cliffs are the tallest on the Adriatic coast and among the 15 tallest sea cliffs in the whole of Europe.

A beautiful panorama of the city of Maribor, Slovenia, from the Stolni Vrh hill
The 382-metre-high Stolni Vrh hill offers great views of Maribor, the capital of the Stajerska region and Slovenia’s second largest city with about 96,000 inhabitants. Its position at the foot of the Pohorje Mountains, garlanded by green winegrowing hills, gives Maribor a unique aspect.

View of Lent, the historic center of Maribor located at the waterfront of the Drava river
Lent is the oldest part of the city of Maribor and presents the rich cultural heritage of the town, which history has always been closely connected with the Drava river and the various bridges over it.

A street view in the historic centre of Maribor, Slovenia
Maribor’s streets are lined with colorful historical buildings as well as lovely alfresco cafes and restaurants. The people there are incredibly friendly and the atmosphere is one of a kind.

A beautiful panorama of Ptuj, the oldest town in Slovenia
Ptuj is the oldest town in Slovenia, its origins date back to the the Stone Age. It is situated on the Drava River with Ptuj Castle built on the highest point on the hill. In the 1st century, Ptuj was a Roman town called Poetovio with around 40,000 inhabitants and there’s still evidence from this era. Ptuj Castle was built high on the hill overlooking the city in the 12th century.

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Panoramic night view of Ptuj, the oldest town in Slovenia Ptuj
This is how peaceful and serene Slovenia’s oldest and maybe prettiest town Ptuj looks at night.

A street view in the historic centre of Ptuj, Slovenia
Featuring an array of colorful buildings, alfresco cafes and dining from late spring to early autumn, Ptuj’s historic old town center is the focal point of urban life in the town. Best of all, it’s not crowded with tourists.

The picturesque Jasna lake surrounded by the high mountain peaks of the Julian Alps
Lake Jasna is a picturesque glacial lake located just out of the beautiful alpine village of Kranjska Gora in the direction of the Vrsic pass. This stunningly clear lake is surrounded by the high mountain peaks of the Julian Alps and marks the beginning of the Triglav National Park.

Lake Ribnisko Jezero in the Pohorje Hills surrounded with pine trees and adorned with water lilies
Supplied only with rainwater, Lake Ribnica (or Ribnisko Jezero as it is called in Slovene) is located in the Pohorje Hills at an elevation of 1,490 meters (4,888 feet). The lake is surrounded with pine trees and adorned with water lilies. It is a very popular destination for hikers and nature lovers alike. The lake is part of the Pohorje bogs which are the southeasternmost bogs in Europe and can be easily reached on foot along the constructed timber paths and the set-up visitor information boards.

Lake Crno Jezero or Black Lake in the Pohorje Hills in Slovenia
The Black Lake or Crno Jezero as it is called in Slovene lies at an elevation of 1,200 meters (3,937 feet) in the Pohorje Hills between the Osankarica and Veliki Vrh mountains. The lake got its name because its water appears black due to a thick layer of silt of a dark, black colour at the bottom of the lake.

Lake Tiho Jezero or Silent Lake in the Pohorje Hills in Slovenia
The Silent Lake (alternatively known as Fala’s pond) is a fairly small body of water located in the Pohorje Hills at an elevation of 1,266 metres (4,153 feet). It’s another popular destination for hikers and nature enthusiasts from the Stajerska region.

Lake Pernica or Pernisko Jezero as it is called in Slovene must be one of the most picturesque artificial lakes in Slovenia. The lake is an attractive destination for landscape photographers, due to the natural beauty that is seen all around it. It lies between the Vosek in Vukovje villages just northeast of the city of Maribor.

View of the beautiful green nature that surrounds Lake Pernica in Slovenia
The green nature that surrounds the Pernica lake is truly beautiful.

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A beautiful panorama of the city of Celje, Slovenia, from the Old Castle
The most-visited landmark in Slovenia’s third largest city Celje is the medieval Old Castle that stands on top of a 400 meters high rock southeast of city. The castle was built in the 14th century and is the largest castle complex in the country offering fantastic views of the city and the surrounding mountains and valleys.

View of the Vurberk Castle which is still in ruins
The Vurberk Castle stands on the southern edge of the Slovene Hills southeast of the city of Maribor and was first mentioned in 1244. It was severely damaged during the Second World War. Today, most of the castle is still in ruins, only a smaller part of the ramparts was renovated.

A beautiful panorama of the baroque Statenberg mansion in northeastern Slovenia
Statenberg is a beautiful baroque mansion built in the late 17th century by the Counts of Attems east of the small village of Statenberg in northeastern Slovenia. It was named after the original Statenberg castle that was built in the 13th century.

On the 1666-metre-high Velika Planina plateau, visitors can explore the traditional herdsmen’s cottages, learn how to make dairy products, enjoy stunning views and walk around freely on what is considered to be the most beautiful alpine pasture in Slovenia. Velika Planina is located near the town of Kamnik in northern Slovenia and is around half an hour drive from Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana. It can easily be reached by cable car or on foot via a number of hiking trails.

An older man wearing a traditional herdsman's costume on the Velika Planina plateau in Slovenia
While visiting Velika Planina, you’ll probably meet Andrej. He wears a traditional herdsman’s costume. In the summer, farmers from the valley brought their cows up to Velika Planina, where the cows grazed in fresh mountain air, eating a summer diet of nutrient-rich grasses and enjoying plenty of free space. Today, you can visit a lovely museum where you can hear many interesting things about herdsmen’s life in this beautiful alpine pasture.

View of Mount Mangart, the fourth-highest peak in the Julian Alps in Slovenia
Mount Mangart is the fourth-highest peak in Slovenia at an elevation of 2,679 metres (8,789 ft). It’s an extremely popular mountain to climb during summer due to its convenient access – the Mangart road (Slovenia’s highest road) takes you 2,055 altitude metres high, just below Mangart’s rocky summit pyramid.

View of the flowers in the Triglav National Park in Slovenia
The nature in the Triglav National Park is really special and beautiful. A caring attitude towards the environment is deeply engrained in the psyche of many Slovenians.

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The beautiful green nature near Vrsic in the Julian Alps, Triglav National Park, Slovenia
The Triglav National Park offers a wide range of hiking opportunities. From paths leading to natural wonders and strolls in the green mountain valleys, to wanders in the Alpine foothills and demanding ascents into the high mountains of the Julian Alps.

Exterior of the Ticarjev Dom mountain hut on the southern side of the Vrsic pass, Slovenia
Numerous mountain huts in the Slovenian Alps offer delicious, homely food and accommodation for hikers in the heart of nature, far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The Ticarjev Dom mountain hut is one of the largest and stands on the southern side of the Vrsic mountain pass at an elevation of 1,620 metres (5,315 feet).

Exterior of the Koca Na Zavcarjevem Vrhu mountain hut on the Pohorje Massif in northeastern Slovenia
Zavcar Peak Lodge or Koca Na Zavcarjevem Vrhu as it is called in Slovene stands on the Pohorje Massif at an elevation of 863 metres (2,831 feet). It’s a very popular mountain hut for its home-cooked traditional Slovenian dishes served in a rustic setting.

The high altitude village of Podolseva with the Church of the Holy Spirit
Podolseva is a high altitude village located in the midst of beautiful nature under the Olseva mountain ridge at an altitude between 1,020 and 1,327 meters. Podolseva’s best known landmark is the baroque church of the Holy Spirit that gives this small village a unique character. The current church was built in the 19th century and stands on the spot of the original church from the 15th century. The village is also the perfect starting point for hikers heading towards the famous Potocka Zijavka cave at the top of Mt. Olševa.

The beautiful Holy Trinity Pilgrimage Church and Franciscan Monastery in lovely setting in Slovene Hills
The Church of the Holy Trinity in the village of Sveta Trojica V Slovenskih goricah, featuring three bell towers, is a Baroque masterpiece. On the site where three lights used to appear according to a folk tale, a small wooden chapel was first built in 1631. The single-tower church was built between 1636 and 1643 and is now part of the presbytery. In 1663, the church was taken over by Augustinian monks who built a monastery nearby. The church was given its magnificent current form with three towers in 1780. The Franciscans took over the church and the monastery in 1854.

Exterior of the Church of Our Lady of the Snows on a hill above Solcava, Slovenia
The Church of Our Lady of the Snows or Marija Snezna as it is called in Slovene stands on a hill above the Solcava village in the Upper Savinja Valley in northern Slovenia close to the Austrian border. The church dates to the 15th century and contains a 13th-century statue of the Virgin Mary.

Exterior of St. Wolfgang's Church on Pohorje in northeastern Slovenia
The Church of St. Wolfgang or Sv. Bolfenk as it is called in Slovene stands on Pohorje, a mountain range in northeastern Slovenia. The church was built in the Gothic style in the beginning of the 16th century and has experienced many changes in its eventful history. It was abandoned in 1785. A century later, in 1878, it was rearranged into a mountain lodge and as such, it counts as the first mountain lodge on Pohorje. The church was renovated from 1971 until 2000 and is now protected as a cultural monument of national significance.

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View through the front doors of the Minorite Olimje Monastery in eastern Slovenia
The Minorite Olimje Monastery was built as a Renaissance-style castle in the 16th century. On the ground floor of the corner tower to the left of the main entrance is the monastery’s biggest treasure: a pharmacy dating back to the 17th century. The Franciscan monks here grow their own herbs and medicinal plants in the nearby garden.

View of the beautiful Kozjak waterfall with a vast emerald green pool at its base
The Kozjak waterfall is one of the most famous and photographed waterfalls in Slovenia. It’s a very unique waterfall that carved an underground hall which walls are reminiscent of those in the Karst caves. There’s a vast emerald green pool at its base and it is also possible to swim here, but the water is cold and very refreshing. Kozjak isn’t the highest waterfall in Slovenia at all, but its 15-meter-high white water column offers its visitors a truly unforgettable scenery.

A very unique view of the Pericnik waterfall in the Triglav National Park from behind
The unique thing about the Pericnik waterfall is that you can walk behind it, and if you don’t mind being sprayed with mist, you can also descend right down to the small pool at its base. Pericnik is located in the Vrata valley near the village of Mojstrana. It is one of the highest waterfalls in Slovenia with a breathtaking 52-meter drop.

One of the streams in the heavily wooded Pohorje massif in northeastern Slovenia
The heavily wooded Pohorje massif, also dubbed as the Lungs Of Maribor, is a very popular spot for nature lovers and hikers from eastern Slovenia all year round.

View of the Veliki Sumik waterfall created by Stream Lobnica in the virgin forest of Pohorje
In the heart of heavily wooded Pohorje massif lies one of Eastern Slovenia’s most beautiful natural wonders, the Veliki Sumik waterfall, hidden deep in a protected area of the untouched old-growth virgin forest of Sumik. The walk to the waterfall is a little tricky and adventures but enjoyable, especially for those who appreciate the pristine natural environment and peace and quiet.

View of the beautiful Fram waterfall, alternatively known as the Skalca waterfall, Pohorje
The Fram waterfall, alternatively known as the Skalca waterfall, is a gorgeous 16-metre-high waterfall located in the woods of the eastern Pohorje mountains near the village of Hocko Pohorje.

View of the Svitan waterfall on the Oplotnica stream in the woods Pohorje near Rogla
The Svitan waterfall on the Oplotnica stream is another lovely waterfall located in the woods of Pohorje and walking to it is a pleasant outing.

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View of the Zelenci Springs, the source of the Sava Dolinka river
Zelenci Springs is a nature reserve in the far northwestern corner of Slovenia near the village of Kranjska Gora. It is the source of the Sava Dolinka river, a tributary of the Danube. The whole area is protected as a nature reserve since 1992 and is home to several endangered animal and plant species.

Suspension footbridge over the Soca River in Slovenia
Suspension footbridge over the Soca river, which is rightfully considered as one of the most beautiful and clearest rivers not only in Slovenia but in the whole of Europe. The river has more then 20 suspension footbridges.

A group ow white swans on the Drava river near Maribor, Slovenia
The Drava River is the fourth largest and fourth longest tributary of the Danube, and connects the Alps with the Danube and the Black Sea. It flows through Austria, Croatia and Slovenia, where has always been strongly associated with the life in Slovenia’s second largest city Maribor, and its development.

The underground Reka River in the Skocjan Caves where it disappears
The Skocjan Caves are a very unique natural wonder which was created by the Reka River. Reka enters a gorge below the village of Skocjan and disappears underground at Big Collapse Doline into Skocjan Caves and then flows underground for 34 kilometres (21 miles) and surfaces again as the Timavo River near Monfalcone in Italy, before it empties into the Adriatic Sea.

The Skocjan Caves with the largest discovered underground cavern in all of Europe
Due to their remarkable significance, the Skocjan Caves were entered on UNESCO’s list of natural and cultural world heritage sites in 1986. What sets Skocjan apart from other caves is the largest discovered underground cavern in all of Europe. The cavern is of enormous proportions and it’s hard to believe it’s real.

View towards the village of Malecnik and the city of Maribor
According to the statistics, about 1% of Slovenia’s territory is covered by vineyards. Slovenian vineyards currently occupy around 16,500 hectares of territory, with an annual output between 50,000 and 70,000 litres of wine. Altogether there are almost 25,000 wine-growers in Slovenia.

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Pyramid Hill vineyards above the city of Maribor, Slovenia
The 386-metre high Pyramid hill is located in the northern part of the city of Maribor. It’s right next to the city park. Climbing the hill is plain good exercise with stunning views of the city of Maribor.

View from the Rogla observation tower in the heart of the Pohorje massif
A beautiful panoramic view from the 30-meter-high observation tower that stands on the Rogla mountain in the heart of the Pohorje massif.

View from the small village of Pocehova towards the city of Maribor
A beautiful view from the small village of Pocehova towards Slovenia’s second largest city Maribor. As we already mentioned, Slovenia is also referred as green country. More than 60% of its surface is covered by forests. Slovenia has a very high per capita numbers of inhabitants that are active as gardeners, vegetable growers and forest owners. In short, the average
Slovenian has a close relationship to nature.

A typical simple, single kozolec or hayrack in an alpine meadow near Kranjska Gora, Slovenia
One of the most distinctive features of the Slovenian countryside, and also a national symbol, is the hayrack or kozolec as it is called in Slovene. According to the statistics, more than 80% of all hayracks in the world stand in Slovenia and they can come in many different shapes and sizes.

Elevated view of the hilly countryside of the Slovene Hills from the Placki Stolp lookout tower
The 28-meter-high Placki Stolp lookout tower stands on top of the Placki Vrh hill at an elevation of 510 meters (1,673 feet). It offers remarkable views of the hilly countryside of the Slovene Hills, the largest hilly region of Slovenia situated in the northeast of the country.

The 55-year-old German landscape, nature, and urban photographer Erich Reisinger behind the camera
Erich Reisinger, the outstanding photographer behind all the images on this page. Thank you so much Erich for sharing your incredible Slovenia photos with us. Your work is breathtaking and wonderful! It conveys perfectly the beauty of Slovenia!

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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.
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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.
Slovenian Alps by Masa Vodenik PhotographyLANDSCAPE PHOTOS OF THE SLOVENIAN ALPS BY MASA VODENIK (20 photos)
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.
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.
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.
Piran SloveniaSLOVENIA (30 photos)
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.

16 thoughts on “50 Incredible Landscape And Nature Photos From All Over Slovenia By Erich Reisinger”

  1. The photo quality is amazing! Beautiful! I haven’t been back to Slovenia in years, but it was truly a magical country and I hope to visit soon with my husband.

  2. Slovenia looks amazing, don’t think I’ve ever seen a bad photo from that country! It’s certainly on my bucket list for the future.

  3. Wow. These photos are so stunning! I haven’t been to Slovenia but this gallery seriously make me want to go there ASAP.

  4. Oh my life – these photos are legit breathtaking! I’m thinking of visiting Slovenia next year and everytime I visit this website I want to go even more! It looks like one of the most beautiful countries in the world.

  5. These photos are absolutely stunning! Slovenia is on my bucket list of places to visit and seeing these pictures has only confirmed this. Such a beautiful country!

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