The Inner Carniola Region or the Notranjska-Karst Region as it's known in Slovenia has an enormous amount of beauty, not just above ground but mostly hidden under ground. The area surrounding Inner Carniola accommodation is mostly covered in forests but hidden amongst the trees you can find thousands of karst caves. One of the most popular caves to visit while staying in holiday apartments Inner Carniola is the Postojna caves which has some exceptional rock formations. On a tour you can take a special electric train around five of the cave's passages. You might also be lucky enough to see the only vertebrate in Europe which lives in a cave and is well-known as the 'human fish', with it's scientific name being Proteus anguinus. Lovers of the underground world will also love the cave tour of Križna Jama, which is near to Inner Carniola accommodation in Loško Polje and here you will be taken some of the way by boat.
For those who love nature, you'll be amazed at the natural sights Inner Carniola accommodation has to offer. Rakov Škocjan is a tall natural bridge which stands in the Notranjska Regional Park and just a few kilometres away is where a strange phenomenon takes place. You'll find an intermittent lake, Lake Cerknica, which becomes Slovenia's largest lake when it's full of water. It disappears and rises six times a year and each time it takes a different name. Holiday apartments Inner Carniola are also near to the highest peak in Southern Slovenia, Snežnik. On the mountain side you'll find Snežnik Castle which houses a museum for the history fans. Inner Carniola is a perfect area to travel around too. It's very close to the capital city of Slovenia, Ljubljana and is close to the borders of both countries, Croatia and Italy for a sunny retreat while in holiday apartments Inner Carniola.