Rooms Sečovlje Slovenian Coast
The former residents of the house worked at the salt pans close by. The first time the owners opened their doors to guests was in 1965. Savor the mixture of tradition and contemporary comfort.
Unwind in salt and mud baths, take a walk to the salt pans and get to know the wonderful history of Secovlje. A bike tour along the path 'La Prenza' is great for observing birds inhabiting in the Secovlje Nature Park. For a gourmet experience, join a cooking workshop where one can learn how to make Istrian 'supa', perfect for curling up with in front of a fireplace
In spring and fall try:
- grape harvesting (september)
- drinking home-made wine at the feast of St.Martin with the owners (november-december)
- asparagus and cherries (may)
- saltern food (from april until october)
Istrian 'supa' will keep you warm during cold winter days.
A small traditional, charming family home in Piran Bay. The owners will spoil you with their hospitality and Istrian and Mediterranean dishes made from organic fruits and vegetables. Suites are spacious and heated, holding a foyer, bathroom, and balcony overlooking the salt pans. You can spend time with your loved ones in the living room, dining room or the garden. A parking lot in the shade is also available for you.
Indulge in traditionally prepared local dishes: cod with polenta, Istrian 'supa', 'ombolo' (a dish prepared from the meat located at back of the Istrian pig), Istrain Prosciutto and typical Slovenian desserts such as potica (a roll with nut, poppy seed...filling), strudel, cherry dumplings and home-made jams. All the dishes are prepared from organically grown fruits and vegetables from the owner's garden. You can also taste olive oil and wine from owner's vineyard.