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Parco Naturale delle Saline di Sicciole

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An out of season visit

I was there at the end of October and it was very quiet. They harvest the salt between June and... read more

Reviewed 8 November 2017
John B
Misinto, Italy
I advise you to head straight to the documentation Center

Who comes from Portoroz or from Piran, as soon as he comes at the salt pans' entrance, he should... read more

Reviewed 3 November 2017
Florence, Italy
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

To be precise it's 1.3km each way to the display area, and the day we went it was really hot in full sun all the way. The explanations and display boards are placed oddly, mostly on the way out rather than the way in, and...More

Thank Peter V
Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

We walked all the way to museum on a hot day, but it was worth it. It is so peaceful, full of birds. Perfect for nature lovers who hate crowds.

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Reviewed 9 November 2017 via mobile

We had a lovely afternoon walk along the seafront to these salt pans. I was hoopoo hunting. But it was the wrong time of year. The museum was instructive and modern and the walk around the salt production site was very interesting.

1  Thank Toni B
Reviewed 8 November 2017

I was there at the end of October and it was very quiet. They harvest the salt between June and September so that may be a better time to visit for some action. Nevertheless walking past the salt pans as far as the documentation centre...More

Thank John B
Reviewed 3 November 2017

Who comes from Portoroz or from Piran, as soon as he comes at the salt pans' entrance, he should walk across the salt basins in all their amplitude, in order to arrive, almost to the opposite end, at the Documentation Center. Based on my experience,...More

Thank Brun066
Reviewed 21 August 2017 via mobile

We got lost. Not on our way to the entrance called "Lera" which is easily found. Not in the salt pans at Lera, where the paths are clearly marked with lots of "stay in the path" signs. Lera is quite pretty, with squares with salt...More

Thank Minke T
Reviewed 12 August 2017

The admission fee is really high (7 €/person) ! This price is not to visit the museum but just to enter in the site and walk in the park ! According to the internet site, this fee is for insurance !! ...hard to believe. The...More

6  Thank Vanjohn
Reviewed 10 August 2017

For those who have never seen salterns, this could be an interesting place for visit. It is a hot open air space, and the walk is long – better take a hat, bottle of water, and your sunscreen with you. In the middle of the...More

Thank pjk226
Reviewed 4 August 2017

What better introduction to the salt pans at Sicciole than the above quote that is displayed on its van. As you walk beside the salt basins you see how salt has been produced over centuries. A visit to the multi media building explains the techniques...More

Thank Heather M
Reviewed 29 July 2017

if you never heard of the benefits of bathing in salts (first of all, which rock have you been living under) then this place will convince you that it works. It is a bit far from anywhere or anything else, This place came as a...More

2  Thank snowyluxford
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Ann V
7 July 2016|
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No. You must pay the entrance fee look at our site