The Slovene coast is covered by abundant vegetation, specially
wine and olive groves, and is a natural reserve. It also has a
unique Strunjan cliff and salt works, first mentioned in the 13th century.
As a rich treasury of plant and animal life, the Secovlje salt-pans
rank among the most important natural heritage sites in Slovenia.
Their submiterranean climate, high salinity of water and abandoned
salt-making activities in the greater part of the pans create very special
ecological conditions, in which only the organisms best adapted to them
Piran, a town of narrow streets and the birthplace of the great composer
Tartini, is a place where one would expect to see Boticceli look for a model.
Portoroz, the "Port of Roses", has been known as a health
resort from as early as 13th Century. Today, it prides itself on its elegant
hotels, restaurants, boutiques, sports centres, beautiful surroundings
and the highest standards of tourism.
To fully appreciate the essence of Slovenian coast region you will have
the opportunity to taste typical products of these region: wine
- the red Refosk and dry ham - Prsut.
Duration: full Day
Price includes: transport, English speaking guide, salt-pans en trance,
Bring: camera, swimming suits
price: 57 EUR