For most visitors, who have ever been at the Slovenian Coast, Piran is the most beautiful town. Sometimes called The town of salt, grew with the help of salt. The Piran salt pans, where the world-class fleur de sel (flower of salt) is still produced today, were the reason why the picturesque Mediterranean walled town, with its church with a view and cultural attractions, flourished.
The old port town with remnants of a medieval wall is protected as a cultural and historical monument. Narrow streets with closely constructed houses descending from the hill and its church to the central square on the coast only emphasise its Mediterranean character. This worldly coastal town, which developed under the influence of Venice, is considered to be one of the most authentic and most photogenic towns on the Adriatic coast. In addition to architecture, the Maritime Museum, an aquarium and other attractions, visitors flock to this town to enjoy events, the culinary offerings, and nearby special natural features.
Notice: while in neighbour Portorož, you can easily take an excursion to Piran with a free mini bus.
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