We will start with Piran, an old port on the Slovenian coastline, which lies on the cape of Piran peninsula and is the nearest neighbour of a cosmopolitan town of Portorož. Piran is the best preserved town monument of Slovenian Istra, with interesting architecture and rich cultural heritage. Its image is recognised all over the world. Piran’s architecture was mainly influenced by the Republic of Venice, which also left an important mark in other towns in Istra region. Piran managed to maintain its medieval design of streets, closely packed houses, contact with the Adriatic Sea and many different squares and churches.

In the centre of the old town lies Tartini Square, named after the famous Italian composer and violinist. The Tartini Statue is found in the very centre of the square. The town is surrounded by a circular wall. The Church of St. George, the patron saint of Piran, rises above the town. From there you can have a great view of Piran and surrounding areas, including the Croatian and Italian coastline.

Unforgettable experience is also a visit to Krajinski park Sečoveljske soline – Sečovlje Salina Landscape Park. The Sečovlje Salina is the only one of its kind in this part of Europe, where the salt is still produced in an old, traditional way with classical procedures and tools. That is why salt has its specific taste and special characteristics.

The Sečovlje Salina is a home to over 270 different types of birds, shrimps and many other animal species. It looks like time has stopped at this part of the coast.

This is a day trip

Price: € 99,00

The price includes
– round trip,
– tourguide,
– entrance fee to the Sečovlje Salina Nature Park
– entrance fee to the Museum of Salt-making
– VAT.

Information and registration

GSM: +386 31 846 583, +386 41 723 832



We reserve the right to change the content of the programme in case of a higher force.
The programme will be implemented at the application of at least 2 people  (single person surcharge is 50€ when there are no other bookings for the tour).
Upon check-in passengers must pay at least 30% of the price of the trip and the rest at least 1 day before the trip