Salt panning

For centuries, the salt pans in the northern Adriatic Sea area long had a significant impact on the economy of the countries and city-states in this area. They were the subject of political disputes and wars as salt was considered a precious raw material and strategic merchandise due to its usefulness, and was important for the preservation of food and the production of gunpowder. In the past, there were a number of smaller and larger salt pans in the Gulf of Trieste and Istria (e.g. in Milje, Koper, Izola, Lucija), however, today only the Sečovlje and Strunjan salt pans remain. They were not only characterized by political and economic interests, but also by the whims of nature which sometimes made salt production impossible for longer periods, however, sometimes it offered an over-abundance.
In the abundance of different kinds of high-quality salts, Piran salt is one of the most prominent as it is cultivated according to the method of more than 700 years ago. The Sečovlje salt pans are the northernmost still functioning salt pans in the Mediterranean area and one of the few salt pans in the world where salt is produced after several centuries-old processes originating from at least the 14th century. Their speciality is that the salt pan workers cultivate petola at the bottom of the crystallization ponds. This is a biosediment which prevents the sea mud merging with the salt and gives the salt numerous microelements and minerals necessary for the human organism. It is cultivated completely through natural crystallization using their bare hands, and the tools and procedures of their ancestors.

Salt panning distinctively shaped the cultural landscape, i.e. areas that are the work of human hands.

Opening of Thalasso SPA Lepa Vida

21. 5. 2021
Opening postopned to early June
Opening of Thalasso SPA Lepa Vida
We usually open Thalasso SPA Lepa Vida at the end of May, but unfortunately this year the opening will be postponed due to epidemiological conditions. Measures for outdoor baths have not yet been released, so the exact date of opening is unfortunately unknown. However, we hope to be able to open in early June. More accurate information will be published on the website and on social networks. Until then, you can contact us via email at #EM#6c647262726c6266487a656765636b216378#EM# and we will be happy to answer all your questions.

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07. 9. 2021

NOTICE

on 4 September 2021, the Ordinance on the method of meeting the condition of recovered, vaccinated and tested to curb the spread of SARS-CoV-2 virus was published in Official Journal 142/2021, which introduced the extension of the PCT condition to perform certain activities, with effect from 6.9 .2021.

Pursuant to the decree, the fulfillment of the recovered, vaccinated or tested (RVT)* condition for guests of Thalasso SPA Lepa Vida and guests of the Fioret bar in the Sečovlje Salina Landscape ...
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15. 6. 2021

Thalasso SPA Lepa Vida closed also tomorrow, 16th June 2021

We inform you that Thalasso SPA Lepa Vida remains closed also tomorrow, 16th June 2021. See you Thursday, 17th June. Thank you for your understanding.
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11. 6. 2021

Thalasso SPA Lepa Vida closed Monday 14th June and Tuesday 15th June 2021

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