CITY TOUR - PORTOROŽ

 

We would like to invite you to relax in Portorož and its inviting surroundings. The beneficial climate and healing substances from the nearby, 700-year-old Sečovlje Salina have enabled us to develop a long tradition of spa tourism and a very comprehensive wellness offer.

We pamper you throughout the year: In our spa and wellness centres, you can renew your energy throughout the year, even during the coldest winter months. The beach is well-maintained and you can go swimming in the beautiful, warm Mediterranean sea where the temperatures, warmed by the summer sun can get up to 31 °C. Also, there are several bars on the beach that offer a lively atmosphere year round. 

Portorož has a big heart for families with small children and couples looking for romantic pampering and relaxation will both feel comfortable in Portorož.

If you like cultural sights and natural attractions, then you can count on a trip to neighbouring Piran, nature parks, and a bicycle, car or horse ride to the nearby Istrian villages. Sport enthusiasts can challenge themselves on the tennis courts, sport tracks, in sport halls, pools and in the sea. Businessmen and businesswomen will enjoy the modern conference centres located by the sea, only a step away from relaxation.

In Portorož, we have been throwing the dice of luck for more than a century. You can test your luck in one of the three casinos.

Between Portorož and Piran, there are two architectural jewels. These are the historic salt warehouses of Magazen, Grando and Monfort, listed as both cultural and historical heritage. Only a few years ago, ships carrying salt were docked at the nearby pier. They were built in the time of Napoleon between 1820 and 1845. Nowadays, Monfort no longer stores salt but is an exhibition gallery and is part of the coastal regional galleries for modern art. On the hilltop, where the hotel resort Bernardin is situated, you can visit the ruins of a church from the 15th century. 

Use simple map of the city - click tje loupe :

 

Learn more about the history of Portorož, click here on the old postcard from the city :

 

 

 

 

 

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