Barban, Pula, Croatia
This is a newly built high-rope climbing park complete with an 11-metre high swing and the “devil’s causeway” suspension bridge across the valley. There are ten zip lines, the longest being 120 metres long 20 metres above valley floor.






Name of the park:GLAVANI PARK
Location:Glavani, Barban; 52207, Istria, Croatia
Operator:Istra Zivot d.o.o.
High elements in the park:Trapeze, skateboard, hanging nets, five zip lines, 30 games taking at least two hours
Other fixed elements in the park:Wobbly walk, children’s net – Chill out net!
The price per participant:From 16,5 EUR
Instructors in the park:All instructors hold ERCA licences
Professional teambuilding programs:YES - Perfect team building experience
Special features:Entirely built from local materials and family friendly
Benefits:Specialized park for workshops and teambuilding
Access to the park:CAR: Easy access directly off the Vodnjan-Barban main road
Parking:YES: At least 40 cars and two buses can be parked
Other sports and fun activities:YES: Horse riding, 4 x 4 cars and quad bikes can all be brought on site for team building and organised full-day experiences
Catering services:YES: BBQ’s and Istrian specialities on site per arrangement
Closest accommodation:Local apartments available by request. Plenty of local hotels too
Closest meetings facilities:Pula hotels
Tourist attractions (within a radius of 1 km):Istria is full of tourist destinations and Glavani is located at the centre of the road network
The park's advantages:Istrian hospitality, high quality games, built to very high EU standards and great fun
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