Sustainable, aware, organic and healthy is our only choice.


We are not organic cause it is fashionable! Organic can not be a trend! It is something that is the most natural.


Organic is the highest form of continual development.


It is a personal decision and at the same time taking responsibility for the future generations and Environment. An organic lifestyle does not happen in one day. It is a process. The hardest thing to change is yourself. Where else can we start after all? Once you change yourself and stay true to your choices, then the surroundings begin to change as well, slowly at first but with a ripple effect.

We are social beings, dependent on our environment. Therefore, our community awareness effects the entire ecosystem. We make it better for our children.

 Respecting the environment must be our promise and responsibility.


How do we contribute to the preservation of Mother Earth in our house?
- Recycling and composting.
- Limit light pollution.
- Heating with non-polluting sources.
- Use of solar energy
- Use of organic cleaners and cosmetics.
- Partnership with small organic suppliers in the 0 km chain.
- Use of organic food in the kitchen.
- Careful handling of organic food.
- Minimum amount of discarded food - 0% FOOD WASTE
- The furniture is made of recycled wood.
- Bed linen, pillows and blankets are made of natural, organic and anti-allergenic fibers.
- Annual CO2 emission controls - Biohotels.

- Annual ecological control - food, cosmetics, cleaners - Biohotels and IKC Maribor.

- Controlled use of water: In the Karst, the water is Blue Gold. Every drop is really precious. There is ionized water in your room filtered by activated carbon and ionized by semi - precious stones (tourmaline, jade and
rock crystal). Molecules of 51 Hz water are so tiny that they easily penetrate into cell, optimally hydrate and detoxify it.


The water in our pool is NOT CHLORINATED,

but is based on electrolysis with salt and dezinfection with UV light.


Chlorine is a chemical that has a strong odor similar to bleach. It is usually a greenish-yellow gas, often compressed under pressure into a liquid form. It is used for various purposes, most commonly for disinfecting water and swimming pools, as it has the property of killing all bacteria and other living organisms.


This dangerous chemical can be very harmful to all living organisms in water or soil that are contaminated with chlorine. It has negative effects on the environment, as chlorine in gaseous form contributes to the destruction of the ozone layer. Of course, volcanic emissions of chlorine gas (or hydrochloric acid) found in nature are difficult to control, but chlorine artificially produced by humans can be controlled.


The side effects of chlorine on humans are different and depend on how much we are exposed to it. Exposure to smaller amounts is not expected to endanger the health of individuals, while higher doses can cause serious health problems and require hospitalization. Contact with a small amount (chlorine) of gas usually only irritates the skin or makes breathing difficult.


Excessively chlorinated water is easily genotoxic, meaning it damages human DNA, causes fetal damage, or damages a baby’s DNA! This happens more often in chlorinated pools than in drinking water. In addition, chlorine also causes asthma and various allergies, disorders and poor cardiovascular circulation. Nevertheless, chlorine is still widely used.