40 Stunning Landscape Photos from across Slovenia by Piotr Skrzypiec

About The Photographer

Piotr Skrzypiec is one of the leading landscape photographers in Slovenia. Born in Nowy Sacz, Poland in 1978, Piotr spent most of his childhood in the south of Poland. Growing up in this beautiful historic town surrounded by picturesque mountains of Beskid Sadecki, laid the foundation for his unbridled passion for landscapes and hiking. After completing his master’s degree in geography Piotr moved to Slovenia, where he picked up his first camera in 2008. Through photography, Piotr found a way of communicating about his nature and landscape passion and he quickly established himself as a successful landscape and nature photographer.

Piotr is an avid hiker and he uses his knowledge of geography and local weather conditions to pinpoint the best time to visit various locations to find the best light, atmosphere, and color. He is constantly striving to develop his style and create images that portray the beauty of the surrounding landscape. He likes to capture the light as it really is and as such he doesn’t like a lot of manipulation. This is not to be confused with processing. Cameras have their limitations and Piotr uses the tools available to make his vision come true.

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In his spare time, Piotr leads photo tours all across Slovenia and loves nothing more than sharing his knowledge.

Below is a selection of 40 of Piotr’s photos that he kindly shared with us, but if you want to see more of his impressive landscape photography, you can visit his official website Piotr Skrzypiec or his Facebook page Piotr Skrzypiec – Landscape photography!

Photo Gallery

A beautiful picture gallery containing 40 stunning landscape photos from across Slovenia by Piotr Skrzypiec.

View of Slovenia's capital city Ljubljana from the castle, with the Slovenian Alps in background
Situated between the Slovenian Alps and the Adriatic Sea, Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana is one of central Europe’s most attractive cities. Its vibrant centre (also known as Old Town) is full of cultural and historical sights. It is a very compact city, easily enjoyed by bike or on foot. There is an array of open-air bars and cafes lining the riverside, plus lovely museums and art galleries, and a colorful daily outdoor market.

Beautiful view of Ptuj, the oldest town in Slovenia
Set on the Drava river, Ptuj is the oldest town in Slovenia and one of the oldest of whole Europe, inhabited by the Celts long before the Romans conquered the area. However, it was the Romans who left the most significant mark on Ptuj, and their heritage can still be seen and felt up to this day. The most prominent tourist attraction in Ptuj is the castle which stands at the top of a steep hill in the center of town.

Beautiful elevated view of the Venetian town of Piran, Slovenia from the Castle Walls
The jewel of the Slovenian coast, the Venetian town of Piran stands compact on a small peninsula on the northern tip of the Adriatic sea. It is one of the best-preserved historical towns anywhere on the Adriatic. The narrow streets, the Venetian Gothic buildings, the lively main Tartini square and the Mediterranean atmosphere give Piran a unique charm.

The town of Novo Mesto, Slovenia is perched snugly on the Krka river
Located 70km southeast of Ljubljana, the town of Novo Mesto is perched snugly on the Krka river at the crossroads of the main traffic routes in the middle of a hilly landscape. Founded in 1365, the town quickly established itself as an administration, cultural, religious and business center of the Dolenjska region of Slovenia.

Dramatic view of Lake Bled, Slovenia
Lake Bled is Slovenia’s star attraction. It’s beautiful in any season, at any time of day in any kind of weather.

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Stunning view of Lake Bled, Slovenia in winter with snow
In winter with plenty of snow, Lake Bled looks so amazingly picturesque you may have a hard time believing it is real.

View of the Jeruzalem vineyards in the Ljutomer Ormoz hills in the Prlekija region of Slovenia
In the Prlekija region in northeastern Slovenia, almost on the border with Croatia, the Ljutomer Ormoz hills rise lavishly among Mura and Drava rivers. This area is famous for its stunning landscapes, which some people consider to be the most beautiful in this part of Europe. But in addition to the amazing natural surroundings, the area is famous for its high quality wines, with a long tradition.

View of the Dreta valley from the Kranjska Reber mountain in Slovenia
Kranjska Reber is a very popular mountain in the Kamnik-Savinja which offers wonderful views of the Dreta valley and beyond.

Parish church, dedicated to Saint Anne, on a hill above the Tunjice village, Slovenia
The parish church, dedicated to Saint Anne, stands on a hill above the Tunjice village and is one of the most important High Baroque buildings in Slovenia, built between 1761 and 1766.

Church of St. Ursula in the middle of the Sorsko Polje fields, near Srednje Bitnje, Slovenia
The Church of St. Ursula stands in the middle of the fields of Sorsko Polje, 500 meters outside of the Srednje Bitnje village. The first church built on the site was made of wood. It was later destroyed and rebuilt at the same location in the 17th century.

Church of St. Andrew built around 1659 in a beautiful setting of Planina nad Horjulom, Slovenia
The Church of St. Andrew was built around 1659 in a beautiful setting of Planina nad Horjulom.

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The hills around Skofja Loka and the Church of St. Thomas above the village of Praprotno
St. Thomas is an idyllic church built in the 16th century in one of the most beautiful spots above the village of Praprotno near the medieval town of Skofja Loka, with the mighty Slovenian Alps in the background.

Church of St. Leonard on the Church Hill near the Crni Vrh village, Slovenia
The Church of St. Leonard stands on the Church Hill near the Crni Vrh village. The first church built on the site was destroyed by an earthquake in the 19th century. The current church was built in 1899 and is registered as a cultural monument.

Jamnik Church of Saints Primus and Felician at night in the moonlight, Slovenia
The famous Jamnik Church of Saints Primus and Felician at night in the moonlight.

Village of Podolseva with the Church of the Holy Spirit in Slovenia
Although the total surface area of Slovenia is only around 20,000 square kilometres, it has more than 10,000 square kilometres of forest, which makes Slovenia the third most forested country in Europe, after Finland and Sweden.

Church of St. Ana on the hill above Podpec, with the Ljubljana Marshes in the background
The hill above Podpec is dominated by the Church of St. Anne, from where really great views of the Ljubljana Marshes from Vrhnika to Skofljica open up.

View of St. George's Parish Church in Piran from the adjacent natural reserve of Strunjan, Slovenia
A beautiful view of St. George’s Parish Church in Piran from Strunjan, a charming old salt-making village on Slovenian coast.

Secovlje Salt Pans, the largest salt evaporation pond in Slovenia
Slovenia’s coastline is short, but has a number of attractions. Active since the 13th century, the Secovlje Saltworks are the largest salt evaporation pond in Slovenia. The whole marshland area provides a shelter for many plant and animal species and is protected as a natural park.

Waterfall Kozjak near the town of Kobarid, Slovenia
Waterfall Kozjak is located in the western part Slovenia, near the town of Kobarid and is one of the most visited natural attractions in the area. The waterfall is only 15 meters high but this white water column offers its visitors an unforgettable scenery as it lies in a very atmospheric cave due to the waters erosion of the surrounding rock – the walls are reminiscent of those in the Karst caves. The other stunning feature of this unique waterfall is the deep green colour of its plunge pool – it’s also possible to swim here. What an incredible sight.

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Vintgar Gorge, one of the most popular natural attractions in Slovenia
Vintgar Gorge is one of the most popular natural attractions in Slovenia and the walkways and bridges make for lovely easy hiking in the 1600 meters long gorge. This stunning gorge was discovered in 1891 and just 2 years later it was opened to the public with a series of wooden walkways and observation bridges.

Wild Lake near Idrija, Slovenia, the source of the Jezernica River
Wild Lake is a very popular sightseeing spot near the town of Idrija in western Slovenia. The lake is the source of the Jezernica river, which is the shortest river in Slovenia with a length of just 55 meters.

An old bridge in Rakov Skocjan Park, near the town of Postojna, Slovenia
Rakov Skocjan is a six-kilometre long Karst valley of the brook Rak with water and dry caves, sinks, springs and sinkholes. The area of Rakov Skocjan is protected as a regional park since 1949, making it the oldest landscape park in Slovenia.

The river Kamniska Bistrica springs from the beautiful moss-grown rocks
The Kamniska Bistrica river wells up from the rocks overgrown with moss.

Beautiful white blanket of daffodils under Mt. Golica, Karawanks, Slovenia
Every year in the month of May, the meadows under Mt. Golica in the Karawanks mountain range get covered in a beautiful white blanket of daffodils (a.k.a. Narcissus Poeticus).

Snake's Head Fritillary (Fritillaria meleagris) on Mengesko Polje, Slovenia.
The Snake’s-head fritillary is a most unusual looking wildflower that can be found in meadows and pastures in Slovenia.

Beautiful view of Slovenia’s second largest city Maribor from the the Maribor Pohorje Ski Resort
The largest ski resort in Slovenia is located just south of Slovenia’s second largest city Maribor, at the Pohorje mountain range.

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Smrekovec Mountains in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps, Slovenia
Forests not only have a very important ecological and social functions, but also lend extraordinary beauty to the Slovenian landscape.

Sneznik is a wide karst limestone plateau in the Dinaric Alps of Slovenia
The most typical feature of the Slovenian landscape is its forests.

The Alpine ibex on the Mangart mountain in the Julian Alps, Slovenia
The Alpine ibex lives in the mountains of the European Alps and is very common also in the Julian Alps.

Ojstrica, a 2.350 meter high peak in the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, Slovenia
Ojstrica is a 2,350 meter high mountain peak in the Kamnik-Savinja Alps that offers great views.

Visevnik is a 2,050 meter high mountain peak in the Julian Alps, Slovenia
Visevnik is a 2,050 meter high mountain peak in the Julian Alps. It offers great views of Mt. Triglav.

Mt. Vrtaca, the second highest mountain peak in the Karavanke mountain range, Slovenia
Vrtaca is the second highest mountain peak in the Karavanke mountain range with a height of 2,181 meters.

Kladivo is a 2,094 meter high mountain peak in the Karavanke mountain range, Slovenia
Kladivo is a 2,094 meter high mountain peak in the Karavanke mountain range.

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Sunrise over the Kosuta ridge in the Karavanke mountain range, Slovenia
A beautiful sunrise over the Kosuta ridge in the Karavanke mountain range.

Beautiful sunrise over Grintovec, the highest mountain of the Kamnik–Savinja Alps, Slovenia
A beautiful sunrise over Grintovec, the highest mountain of the Kamnik–Savinja Alps, with a height of 2,558 metres.

Planjava is a 2,394 meter high mountain peak in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps, Slovenia
Another beautiful sunrise captured by Piotr Skrzypiec, this time over Planjava, a 2,394 meter high mountain peak in the Kamnik–Savinja Alps.

The ridge between Mt. Triglav and Mt. Mali Triglav in Julian Alps, Slovenia
The Triglav ridge between Mt. Triglav (the highest mountain peak in Slovenia with an elevation of 2,864 meters) and Mt. Mali Triglav.

Kurent, a traditional Slovenian carnival mask with cow bells, dressed in fur and special headgear
Kurent is a traditional Slovenian carnival mask with cow bells, dressed in fur and special headgear that originates from the town of Ptuj.

View from the Potocka Zijalka cave on the southern slope of Mt Olseva above Solcava, Slovenia
The Potocka Zijalka cave is located in the eastern part of the Karavanke mountain range, on the southern slope of Mt Olseva above Solcava, at an elevation of 1,675 meters. The cave was strategically important in the Stone Age, because it offered shelter to hunters. In the cave, lots of bones and remains of tools and weapons have been found.

Crni Kal viaduct, the longest motorway bridge as well as the tallest structure in Slovenia
The Crni Kal viaduct is the longest motorway bridge as well as the tallest structure in Slovenia, located on the A1 motorway, about 20 kilometres east of Koper and 80 kilometres southwest of Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana.

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Heart-shaped road amidst the vineyards in the village of Spicnik, Slovenia
A heart-shaped road amidst the vineyards in the village of Spicnik.

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28 thoughts on “40 Stunning Landscape Photos from across Slovenia by Piotr Skrzypiec”

  1. Gorgeous pictures! Slovenia has been on my want to visit list for years, but think I need to get there now!

  2. Slovenia is one of my favorite countries in Europe. Time i spent in this country is an everlasting memory in my life. And the pics are really awesome.

  3. I love your photography Piotr – you capture those gorgeous landscapes of Slovenia that are impossible to explain with words.

  4. I like these pictures, they are so beautiful! 😀 Slovenia is so fascinating! – Would love to visit it one day! 😉

  5. Wonderful photos. We spent two weeks in Slovenia (Bled and Piran) for our honeymoon a few years ago. It was incredible, and will be hard to top.

  6. Slovenia definitely surprised me as well. I wasn’t too excited about the crowds in Bled but Ljubljana and Ptuj were fantastic!

  7. Beautiful photos! I especially love the last one. I’ve never had much of a desire to visit Slovenia before but everyone keeps talking about how amazing it is so maybe I’ll have to go again sometime.

  8. Wow!! What absolutely BEAUTIFUL photos! I think these are the first pictures I have ever seen of Slovenia and I’m hooked! Thank you for posting these.

  9. Wow, incredible photos, I love the color! I’ve never wanted to visit Slovenia before but now I’m feeling a bit of wanderlust!

  10. I lived in Slovenia for nearly three years and have been back to visit twice. This gallery was refreshing and instantly brought back so many memories for me. The photographer captures the essence of this beautiful country I love in such an exquisite manner. Thank you for sharing!

  11. These are some beautiful pictures of a very interesting place:) Makes me really want to travel even more. My family was originally from Slovenia then they moved to Germany and now over time we are in the US. I am so interested in Slovenian culture.

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