The most beautiful place on the Slovenian coast has grown on salt. Piran saltpans, where today’s top salt water flower is created after old procedures, were the source of the blossoming of a picturesque Mediterranean city with walls, exquisite church and cultural sights.
The old port city with the remnants of medieval walls is fully protected as a cultural and historical monument. The narrow streets with tightly collapsed houses, which rise from the ecclesiastical slope towards the central square along the coastline, emphasize its Mediterranean character.
The cosmopolitan marine city, which developed under the influence of nearby Venice, is considered one of the most colorful and most photogenic places on the Adriatic coast. In addition to architecture, maritime museum, aquarium and other attractions in the city, they are many events you can attend, and try delicious culinary specialties.
Tartini Square is the largest square and center of Piran