SPECIAL VENUES – up to 100 participants
1. BLED CASTLE, Bled, Slovenia
Bled Castle is undoubtedly the symbol of Bled and Slovenia. It is a remarkable venue for protocol events, ceremonial receptions and anniversaries. The image of the castle set above the lake with a romantic island in the middle is one of the most recognised in the world.
2. SVETI ŠTEFAN, Montenegro
One of the main tourist attractions of ex-Yugoslavia is today in the hands of Singaporean luxury hotel chain Aman Resorts. The island, with its Villa Miločer, is closed to the public, however events can be organised on it directly through the chain.
3. CONFERENCE SHIP SEA STAR, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Dubrovnik Travel owns the first modern ship especially designed for events on the Adriatic. The ship MB Sea Star has an open deck and internal space of three air-conditioned saloons. MB Sea Star is the largest multifunctional ship of this type on the Adriatic and is equipped with all the top of the range navigation instruments. It is ideal for medium sized groups, however it has the potential to accommodate up to 400 passengers.
4. MOKRICE CASTLE, Mokrice, Slovenia
Mokrice Castle, renovated and transformed into a high category hotel, is located at the base of hilly Gorjanci and is hidden in the silent midst of the Castle Park. In the castle’s renovated granaries is the modernly equipped Barbara Hall and beneath the medieval wall is the leisure offer of an 18-hole golf course, spreading over an area of 70 hectares. Mokrice Castle is a popular venue for protocol meetings.
5. VILA POLESINI, Poreč, Croatia
This finely renovated 19th century villa surprises with its elegance and superb location. Especially impressive is the garden that allows for accommodating larger groups and the 4 halls available for events.
6. PRINCIPOVAC, Ilok, Croatia
The renovated Principovac Mansion is at the top of the list for Croatia’s most beautiful vineyard locations. Owned by Iločki Cellars. there are wonderful views of Ilok, Bačko and Srem in the midst of 125 hectares of vineyards. The manor also had a name for superior oeno-gastronomy.
7. ZEMONO, Vipava, Slovenia
The renaissance manor Zemono, renovated in the late 1970s, is located on a small hill in the vineyards with one of the best view points in the Vipavska Valley. The central hall is appropriate for events, and one of Slovenia’s best culinary houses – restaurant ‘Pri Lojzetu’ – can take care of your guests’ culinary requirements.
8. VILA ANGIOLINA, Opatija, Croatia
Villa Angiolina, reminiscent of the golden Austro-Hungarian era of Opatija Tourism, is located at one of the most beautiful protocol spots in Croatia. The villa is used as a representative space for receptions, congresses and protocol events.
9. OTOČEC CASTLE, Otočec, Slovenia
The medieval Otočec Castle is located on an island in the middle of the Krka river’s green waters. The castle offers 16 rooms of the highest calibre, of which two are royal suites with rooms for receptions, consultations and a saloon. Masters of culinary art at Otočec serve their creations in the larger Castle Restaurant, holding up to 50 people, as well as in the smaller halls – Knightly Hall and Hunters’ Hall, which have a more intimate, fireside atmosphere.
10. VILLA BLED AND BELVEDERE, Bled, Slovenia
Villa Bled, once Tito’s residence at the elite location on the shore of lake Bled, definitely has a name that is carried from its past to the present. The Villa was visited by nobles from the worlds of politics, economics and art – from Prince Charles through to Paloma Picasso.