Koper is the biggest town on Slovenia’s coastline. It mainly has industrial importance (there’s the most important port of Slovenia) and isn’t really a typical tourist point. However it’s getting more interesting each year with great cafés and ice cream shops opening up. We planed a relaxed day there last weekend. We walked around for a bit, stopping for a cup of coffee and ice cream on our way. In the afternoon there was a festival called Dan vina in čokolade (Wine and chocolate day).
Later on our way home we stopped for a dinner in the little village Hrastovlje. The village is known for it’s Romanesque church with the important Gothic fresco called Dance of Death inside. We decided to eat at Škrgat tourist farm. Everything was home-made and seriously delicious. I can only recommend them!