Portorož - Piran

Discover the Slovenian Coast with SUP!

35 € / person

On the most beautiful, but at the same time most diverse part of Slovenian coast, from the Piran Punta to Strunjan.

      

Information and reservation

Description

Paddle boarding on the beach in front of Hotel Piran will refresh and prepare us for the first paddle strokes. We will admire the town's historic centre from the sea and experience a real postcard view. Just behind the Piran Punta we will admire the view of the marvellous Piran town wall. Under us, there will be clear water with diverse flora and fauna. With a little bit of luck, we will be able to see a group of divers taking their diving course.

Here we will take a break. This point is perfect for those who like discovering the seabed. We will fix the paddleboards together and take our underwater masks for snorkelling.

After the break, we will continue to Fiesa and the shellfish farm, where we will be able to admire cormorants, a protected bird species.

Then another paddle surf stop to refresh ourselves and a jump into the sea! In the Gulf of Strunjan, we will greet the sea to paddle surf, congratulate ourselves for a 4,5km long trip and return to the starting point by minivan.  

Length: 4,5km
Difficulty: easy, suitable for families and children from 10 years of age upwards   
Duration: 2,5h

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Have you chosen your favorite experience and participated in the prize draw?
Excellent, then you have gained entry to the weekly prize draws and can compete for one of the three prize experiences. You are also going to participate in the grand final draw on September 25th, 2018. 

And what about the prize?
A weekends of special experiences - Taste and experience Piran countryside (Friday - Sunday) in Padna Istrian houses for 2 persons with included local experiences (typical breakfast “Padenska košarica”, guided tour of Padna, bicycle rental, visit of Gramona farm and Sečovlje Salt-pans, wine tasting at Mahnič Farm in Dragonja).

It sounds unforgettable, doesn’t it?