More than four centuries ago Terme Olimia was already one of the most sought-after thermal retreats in the region.

A great world between the mighty Alpes, mediterranean Adriatic sea and lazy Danube river, full of natural resources, offers a wide range of spa centers, but none quite like Terme Olimia. Its name comes from the medieval monastery, located in the immediate vicinity, known for its herbal garden and natural pharmacy.
Built around a natural thermal spring, the wellness and spa centers of Terme Olimia offer the spring’s natural gifts to every visitor. You can treat yourself to the prestigious wellness center Orhidelia, the family-oriented Termalija or the adventurous amusement park Aqua Luna. Local thermal water is a proven and successful remedy for rheumatic diseases, skin conditions, blood circulation problems and injuries. It has an anti-inflammatory effect and improves blood circulation, stimulates metabolic processes and strengthens the immune system.

Awarded as the best wellness in Slovenia for 5 years in a row, Terme Olimia is a perfect place to enjoy an exquisite offer and beautiful venue architecture in a lovely atmosphere of green and fresh nature.


Green. Active. Healthy. And much more.

On the paths among green alpine hills and steep white mountain peaks you will find lively turquoise-green rivers and dreamy scenic lakes, which surprise you with a new adventure behind every corner. Medieval coastal towns offer leisure walks between their narrow historical alleys all while watching rainbow-coloured sunsets melt into the Adriatic Sea. If your inner romantic would not be fully awakened by this point, we suggest visiting one of the out-of-this-world subterranean caves that hide secrets in the shape of stalactites, stalagmites and underground lakes. For some well-deserved relaxation, we recommend taking a deep breath of fresh air and drinking a glass of water from one of the natural mineral water springs. Or even better – visit one of the best natural thermal spa resorts and let yourself be pampered.

Slovenia is a dream outdoor destination that will charm you with its hospitality, friendly and open people, tasty cuisine, and those extraordinary little gems that captivate your soul. Though tiny in size, it is rich and diverse in offered experience and will welcome you with open arms, no matter what fills your soul the most.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

Useful Info

The official currency in Slovenia is the Euro (€). (1EUR = approx. 1,22 US Dollar/ 0,87 British Pound). Most shops, cafes and restaurants in Slovenia accept credit cards, however it is advisable to have change on hand for smaller businesses that might not have a card terminal. ATMs can be found all over bigger cities, however smaller places tend to only have a few. Nevertheless, currency can also be exchanged at the banks.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”General Safety Information” tab_id=”1526236848281-02c07e03-d219″][vc_column_text]Per the Global Peace Report 2016, Slovenia is the 10th safest country in the world. With that in mind, we still recommend you keep an eye on your belongings to prevent becoming a victim of theft (especially in large tourist crowded areas).[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Climate/weather” tab_id=”1526237044926-cac5066a-fb9f”][vc_column_text]The weather in March in Slovenia is sometimes unpredictable with occasional rain and wind. The average temperature is 9°C though on warmer days temperatures can reach up to 20°C. Nature starts awakening, ready to inspire anyone.

It is best to look at the forecast a week in advance.

Check the forecast here: http://meteo.arso.gov.si/met/en/ Citizens of the EU (and additionally citizens of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) can travel with the European Health Insurance card. We recommend that citizens of other countries consider travel health insurance plans before travelling to Slovenia.

The number of the Emergency Call Centre is 112.

You can read more about healthcare here: https://www.slovenia.info/en/plan-your-trip/practical-info/healthcare[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Passport/visa” tab_id=”1526237160530-9709015c-406b”][vc_column_text]Make sure your passport is valid for at least another six months. Travellers from most countries do not require a Visa, however, if you need a visa to enter Slovenia, you can obtain one from the Slovenian consular mission in your country. If there is no Slovenian consular mission in your country, please contact a consular mission of any Member State of the Schengen Area.

You can read more about this here: https://www.slovenia.info/en/plan-your-trip/practical-info/border-formalities[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Travelling around Slovenia” tab_id=”1526237209543-d123862a-f3f9″][vc_column_text]The easiest way to travel around Slovenia is by car. If you use the motorway it is mandatory to buy a vignette.
You can also check any travel disruption to roads here: https://www.promet.si/portal/en/1traffic-conditions.aspx

The train is a great way to travel between bigger or tourist oriented cities. You can find more information about schedules and routes here: http://www.slo-zeleznice.si/en/

Busses offer great connections to bigger cities and smaller towns alike, so if you wish to visit the countryside and do not want to rent a car, this is the best option. Public transportation is also very good within the cities themselves. Lear more here: https://www.slovenia.info/en/plan-your-trip/getting-to-and-around-slovenia/to-slovenia-by-bus[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Electricity” tab_id=”1526237271660-32e530da-11fd”][vc_column_text]Voltage: 230 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Slovenia uses the so-called European plug with the official designation CEE 7/16.
If you forget your adapter, adapters for most European and American plugs can be found in general stores or special electrical or travel shops.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Additional information” tab_id=”1526237304967-84cb4b17-390d”][vc_column_text]We recommend browsing through the I feel Slovenia website (https://www.slovenia.info/en) when planning your trip. Additionally, to practical tips, you will be able to explore various places worthy of visiting and different exciting activities.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Nearby Airports” tab_id=”1526237333855-7ff13e38-871d”][vc_column_text]Maribor, Slovenia – 48km
Zagreb, Croatia – 87km
Graz, Austria – 113km
Ljubljana, Slovenia – 119km
Klagenfurt, Austria – 150km
Rijeka, Croatia – 217km[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][/vc_tta_accordion][/vc_column][/vc_row]