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Taste diversity of waters

 

Taste the water in the country with the right to clean drinking water in its Constitution

Wherever you are in Slovenia, you are entitled to a glass of clean and delicious drinking water.

Drinking water from a tap or scooped at a drinking fountain in town, spring water bottled nearby, mineral water with exceptional properties, drunk at the spring or a sip from a mountain stream? Try them all in Slovenia.

Water
Photo: Alex Štokelj & Invida d.o.o.
Everyone has the right to drinking water. Water resources shall be a public good.
Article 70a of the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia

One of the most water-rich European country also has numerous thermal and mineral springs. Taste renowned mineral waters that travelled to all corners of Europe centuries ago due to their effectiveness. Drink mineral water with highest magnesium content in the world at its spring.

Drink water in the country of famous healthy water springs

Discover flavours of water rich with beneficial minerals. Taste global particularity.

The most famous natural mineral water with carefully controlled content of active substances is Donat Mg. Among all mineral waters in the world, it contains the largest amount of magnesium, a key mineral for many physical processes, introduced into our bodies in the most natural form by means of this special water from Slovenia. Try it at its spring in the spa town of Rogaška Slatina.
The Radenska mineral water has also been popular for centuries. Its name is a synonym for sparkling water in Slovenia. Visit its spring in Radenci, order it in a bar, find it in numerous shops around Slovenia.

Mineral water

Natural mineral waters

They have special nutritional and physiological effects due to their mineral content.

Spring water

Spring waters

In addition to their brand, bottled natural drinking waters are always equipped with information of the location of their spring.

Drinking water

Drinking water

Some 90 per cent of Slovenians obtain drinking water from the water supply network with controlled water quality.

Water

Popular spritzers, local beers or certain beverages in a spa town frequently owe their flavour to water.

In Thermal Pannonian Slovenia, the region of numerous thermal and mineral springs, fresh, open wines from nearby hills combined with water are a popular summer beverage. Natural sparkling mineral water is usually added to drinks such as spritzer. Variations of this drink have precisely determined the ratios between wine and water.
Bevanda, a combination of wine and tap or spring water, is popular in Mediterranean and Karst Slovenia.

Where water is not bottled, it is incorporated into drinking treatments and delicacies, such as biscuits made with thermal water.

No good beer without water

In brewing towns such as Laško and Ljubljana, it is clear that excellent water is necessary for good beer.

Drinking treatments in spas

Spas that do not bottle their water incorporate it into drinking treatments and dishes made with thermal water.

MY WAY OF
GOING GREEN.

When walking about Slovenia, you can encounter freely accessible wells and springs

Ask the locals and they will tell you the legends about the origin of springs. Some have interesting composition.

When wandering around Slovenia, discover springs of drinking water with different properties, e.g. with high iron content. You will recognise them by an orange hue in the surrounding soil. Some springs are ascribed energy powers.

Unique stories

Experience the inspiring stories of creators of Slovenian gastronomy.

On the bora wind

Innovative tastes of salt as a boutique touch to every dish.

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Culinary magic deep in the forests of Horjul

Homemade dishes with a Scandinavian touch and in harmony with nature.

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At the watered bear

Meat products with authentic natural flavours.

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Taste more.

Learn about the story od Slovenian gastronomy. Discover local culinary and wine specialties.

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