What to do in Portorož and Piran

PORTOROŽ - hotels, casinos, sandy beach ...

Portorož offers a lot to visitors and tourists. From the most luxurious Palace Hotel, which opened its doors in 1910, to casinos, countless restaurants and other great hotels, long beaches with piers, playgrounds, bars, clubs, various events and more. Fun, socializing, music and more. At the church of St. Bernard, a little further on, you can see the salt warehouse, which now serves as an exhibition space with the collections of the Maritime Museum and gallery. Along the coast we finally come to the Lucija car camp. The path through the camp leads us to the salt pans of Sečovlje. Between Piran and Portorož there is a beautifully laid out promenade. A bike path that you can continue to the salt pans of Sečovlje. Next to it you can stop at a really nice beach.

SPA LEPA VIDA - thalassotherapy in a unique environment in the middle of the Sečovlje salt pans

In Sečovlje Salina Landscape Park, in the unique landscape in the middle of the salt pans, there has been for several years the most beautiful SPA in Slovenia, where you can be pampered with salt mud in a unique location. The latter is a pure natural product obtained from the immediate surroundings of the landscape park and is used in thalassotherapy as an important ingredient for improving general well-being and strengthening resistance. You can choose from a variety of programs and services, from massages to a salt mud wrap, a bath in brine - mother water, a scrub with sea salt and much more.

SEČA AND SEČOVLJE - Sečovlje Salina Landscape Park and Saline Museum

On the Landscape Park we can walk among the salt pans, which are about 700 years old, where the traditional way of salt extraction still prevails today. An important part of the cultural heritage of Mediterranean Slovenia is preserved here through manual salt extraction in the salt fields. The most interesting part for visitors is the area around Fontaniggia, where we can see over 100 abandoned houses. Along the Giassi Canal we can also visit the Salt Works Museum, open from April to October. Here you can learn how the saltworks families lived, how the salt is produced according to the traditional method and some more interesting facts about the healing properties of brine and salt mud. The wetlands in the landscape park are also a unique habitat, an important nesting site in spring and home to around 300 bird species.