Slovenia is a green country and promotes green, i.e. environmentally friendly or ecological tourism. Around 60 percent of Slovenia is covered in deciduous and evergreen forests, making it the third most forested country in Europe. There is virgin forest just 60 kilometers from the capital city. Many forests feature interpretive trails. More than a third of Slovenia’s entire territory is ranked in the European network of nature protection areas, Natura 2000. The plant diversity is exceptional, with numerous cultured plants thriving in addition to forests, shrubbery and meadows. All the country’s regions are well suited for the grapevine.

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