For some of you this may come as a surprise, but Slovenia has a coastline on Adriatic Sea, which is part of Mediterranean Sea. It's not long, only 46.6 km, but still worth the visit. I won't start with most popular place here, Piran, but with something more natural.
Probably there are thousands bays around the World carrying the same name as our Moon Bay, but there is only one in Slovenia. And it is unique.
This relatively small bay is surrounded by a flysch cliff, which is certainly not monotonous. Constant change of stratums makes you wonder if that could possibly be natural work. It is. To access the beach one has to walk for a few minutes down hill. This is the easy part, the ascend, especially on a hot summer day is more challenging.
But if you like natural, not too crowded beaches, Moon Bay is worth the walk.
After writing a blog in Slovenian language for 10 years I have finally come to my sense and started writing one in English as well.