The Sečovlje salt pans are today the largest of the coastal marsh wetlands (650 hectares), and at the same time, the most important Slovenian locality from the ornithological point of view. In 2001 the Government of the Republic of Slovenia proclaimed the area the Sečovlje Salina Nature Park and the Museum of Salt-making a cultural monument of national importance.

The easiest way to start exploring Karst is from its centre in Postojna, after which the largest and the most visited tourist cave in Europe is named. It can pride itself on numerous natural and cultural attractions and the unique ‘human fish’. For organised meeting groups, there are several different programmes available, from classic tours to more adrenaline ventures. In Postojna you can satisfy your professional curiosity in two Karst museums that show the full dimensions of this exceptional phenomenon.

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