Sečovlje Salina Nature Park, Seča

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Sečovlje Salina Nature Park features the country's biggest salt-evaporation pond. This site remains one of the last few where you can see salt produced in the traditional way. Also important, the surrounding wetland offers a breeding place fro water birds. In operation since the 13th century, these salt works continue production in order to protect the area's cultural and natural heritage. Planning Seča trip won't be overwhelming when you use Inspirock's itinerary maker.
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  • We stopped here on our drive from Piran, taking the paved lane that runs along the canal to the northwest. After parking at one of the fishing boat areas, we walked up a private lane to get an... 
    We stopped here on our drive from Piran, taking the paved lane that runs along the canal to the northwest. After parking at one of the fishing boat areas, we walked up a private lane to get an...  more »
  • Nothing much to see - you can just walk around, visit store, have a drink and check one exhibition. Museum on the other side is sadly closed and visiting spa is not possible by foot, just by booking.....  more
    Nothing much to see - you can just walk around, visit store, have a drink and check one exhibition. Museum on the other side is sadly closed and visiting spa is not possible by foot, just by booking.....  more »
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  • It was a stunning nature park. They produce salt there, and I found the job very hard for those in the salt production department. There are several pre-procedures and numerous after that to prepare a quality salt. You have the option to buy salt from them (at the ticket selling part), and I think it is good to support them because they are doing this hard job just to keep the tradition alive. We saw more than a few birds there that are very beautiful. Inside there is a museum, and you can see the old movies of the area to get more information about this beautiful tradition.
  • I stopped on my way back from Croatia, I just wanted to buy two packs of salt ... after asking twice that we want just to buy the salt ... we were told that the shop was inside the park ... It would be useful that the staff at the entrance would inform customers that the 5 kg salt is also on sale at the entry point without having to pay 7 euros per person to enter the park and having to walk 1 km there and back under the scorching sun.A Greater attention to the customer, some more information and a little more courtesy would not hurt.

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