Friendly Api-retreats in Slovenia

Published: 16.3.2017

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Friendly Api-retreats in Slovenia

The love of bees in green, active and healthy Slovenia dates far back into the past, and this passion has been passed from generation to generation for decades. The Slovenian native Carniolan honey bee (Apis mellifera carnica) is the second most widespread bee species in the world. Their beehives are genuine treasure houses of health – offering benefits ranging from sweet honey to the healthy products used in apitherapy treatments.

Friendly Api-retreats in Slovenia

In Slovenia, you can surround yourself by the hardworking Carniola bees in their beehives, perfect for apitherapy treatments. The special cabin where the treatment takes place welcomes guests in a wooden interior, equipped with comfortable chairs next to or on top of smaller beehives, which are separated from the bees to avoid stings. Relax, inhale the aerosols and feel the beneficial effects on respiratory system and wellbeing. After only a couple of minutes you will feel fresh and full of energy. With the help of an experienced apitherapist, set up a treatment plan and rejuvenate the whole body.

Compliment the treatment with a spoon of sweet honey, straight from the honeycomb: floral, forest, dandelion, acacia, linden, chestnut... they all taste delicious! The local beekeeper gladly shows many other bee products, beneficial to health and beauty.

Join an organised tour by the biggest Slovenian provider of apitourism, ApiRoutes, and discover the rich Slovenian heritage of beekeeping. Your guests can visit beehives in the Gorenjska and Štajerska regions and their beekeeping museums. Treat them to a unique experience in green, active and healthy Slovenia.

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