Although it is terrible what is going on, they do not notice it in daily life.

Yvon and Sabine are originally from Lisse, a village located in the Bollenstreek. In October 2018 they moved to their farm in Slovakia. In the Netherlands, Yvon worked as a planner for a taxi company, and Sabine as a pedagogical assistant at an after-school care facility. After two quieter years, they notice that there are Dutch bookings again.

Holiday farm Natural Slovakia invites you on a tour through all the joys of farming life. It will certainly become clear to you that life on a farm in this region is still very pure. The Slovaks now know where to find them and they have returning guests. In the spring of 2016, when they fell madly in love with their farm, the dream of starting a business abroad became a reality. They embarked on this exciting adventure with a good dose of enthusiasm and passion. Their fourth season will start in 2022 and they are looking forward to the many guests they can receive.

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Holiday farm Natural Slovakia

Tourists still have questions now that Europe is under the spell of a war that has pushed all stories about corona into the background in the media. Yvon and Sabine are regularly asked whether they notice anything about this? Although it is terrible what is going on, they do not notice it in daily life. All corona measures have been lifted, including wearing mouth caps. Slovakia has been given the color green by the Netherlands and vice versa.

camping in Slovakia

Do you want to experience what camping is all about, but don't feel like dragging it all around? Then this summer they have a fully equipped tent for rent, for four people and with real beds and a private sanitary room. Both ladies are working hard on building up Tinyhouse Stara Laska and expect it to be ready for summer. In order for everyone to enjoy Slovakia, their own home is also Krasny Svet will be rented out again this summer and they will go “on holiday” in the summer barn. The holiday home “Krásny Svet” is built in an authentic Slovak style and has been renovated with many recycled materials so that the nostalgic atmosphere has been preserved as well as possible. They have put this atmosphere in a luxurious jacket, making it twice as nice to enjoy. 

the village

Modrý Kameň is the smallest town in Slovakia with 1526 inhabitants. The holiday farm is at an altitude of 240 meters and located outside the village, which provides the ultimate countryside feeling. For daily shopping you can go to the village shop (about five minutes by car or by walking within, about thirty minutes). The large supermarkets, including Lidl and Kaufland and the DM drugstore can be found in the nearby town of Veľký Krtíš (5 km).

See you in beautiful Slovakia ~ Dovidenia!

Also read: From Barreiros via Lisbon to the Algarve

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