Koper Slovenia 1


26 May 2022 - 31 May 2022
Koper, Slovenia
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Folklore festival in Koper – Istria is e great chance to visit two countries at the same time, Croatia and Slovenia. Koper is situated on the banks of the Adriatic sea, it is one of Slovenia’s oldest towns with rich history and it’s only commercial port.

Folklore dancing groups, chorus, majorettes, musical bands whose performance is related to the tradition can take part in this festival. The age of performers and the number of dancers in the group are not limited. Festival is not a competition but all groups are required to adjust their performance to maximally 12 minutes.

The accommodation of participants is provided in Kanegra beach resort in Umag, Croatia, in bungalows for 3-6 persons, including 5 nights with half-board (buffet breakfast and dinner). All Bungalows are equipped with fully furnished kitchen, terrace, bathrooms with a bath, showers and towels. For five nights there you pay 175€ per person including participation fee.

Umag is one of the most visited resorts in Croatian part of Istria. This small town welcomes numerous sports and music events and festivals during spring and summer. In Istria we recommend to visit Pula and Piran old town. You will have enough time to enjoy crystal sea and beautiful beacjes of Istria which you will discover. During the festival you may visit Venice which is about 200 km far from Umag. For all details about this folklore festival in Koper, you are invited to contact organizer.

Practical info

Pricerange per day



Partner hotel


Self service resto , Resto , Star resto , Gluten-lactose free

Main target group

Under 12 y/o , 12 - 16 y/o , 16 - 25 y/o , 25 - 50 y/o , Above 50 y/o

Directions & transport

Car park , Train/tram/bus , Airport (max 20km) , Shuttle service


City center

Average attendence per day

Under 500 attendees

Art disciplines

Ballet , Contemporary Dance , Folklore and folk arts

Support for disabled people