Portorož in Piran

Discover the hidden corners of maritime settlements and villages on the hills. Take one step and you will find yourself in the unspoiled nature of Fiesa, where you will be charmed by two freshwater lakes. From there, you can stroll to Strunjan Nature Park, where there are the preserved remains of salt pans and the only sea lagoon on the Slovenian shore. In the park, there is a natural spa. Strunjan is an excellent place for hiking. Eight hiking trails are marked along the green park and imposing pine trees. Their total length is 80 kilometres. Hiking is very pleasant due to the rich concentration of aerosols that have a beneficial effect on the lungs. From the camp in Lucija, you can admire Portotož on the other side of the bay, and you can put your tent right under the open-air collection of monumental Forma viva.

From Lucija, you can cycle to the airport in Sečovlje. Marked bike trails will lead you past the salt fields of Sečovlje Salina Nature Park. You can lengthen the route past orchards and vineyards across the Dragonja river valley up the steep slopes of the Piran countryside. If you are not a cycling enthusiast, you can reach old Istrian villages, Padna, Sv. Peter and Nova vas by car. That way you will have a lot of energy left for chatting with the friendly locals and tasting the excellent olive oil and wine.