You can reach Marina Portorož by calling VHF17.
Portorož Marina (known as well as Portorose in Italian, literally meaning "Port of Roses") is hosted by the coastal town that wears the same name. Marina Portoroz is situated in the municipality of Piran, on the south-western coast of the Adriatic coastline of Slovenia and was the first marina buil
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Marina Portorož is located in Piran.
Piran is a municipality and town in Slovenia which is located on the south-western side of the country, in the Gulf of Piran. It is bordered by Croatia, Izola and Koper. This municipality offers access to the Adriatic Sea and it is one of the major destinations on the Istrian Peninsula. Piran has a bilingual population which resulted from the fusion of the Italian and Slovenian cultures and civilisations in time, which is why it is also known as Pirano in Italian. This is a charming land that has a long history and lovely tourist objectives, as well as well-kept traditions and impressive landscapes. Italian influences can be sensed in Piran’s lifestyle, culture, architecture and gastronomy, offering tourists a large number of attractions and a pleasant cultural diversity.
The charming town of Piran is the main destination of this municipality, where travellers and sailors spend memorable moments while admiring spectacular panoramas. Giving its tumultuous past, this destination is preferred by history enthusiasts, nature lovers and those who are passionate about architecture. Piran beautifully combines the beauty of the Adriatic Sea with medieval buildings that share ancestral memories with the world. The Piran Town Walls represent one of the main objectives in the area and an impressive structure that dates from the Ottoman times. The Tartini Sqaure, the Municipal Palace, the Church of Saint George, the Franciscan Monastery, etc., are a few of visitors’ top choices during the stay.
A lively atmosphere covers this settlement during daytime but as the sun sets, everything becomes tranquil and silent. Piran is also renowned for the beauty of its underwater world which hides numerous fish species and subaquatic plants. The Piran Aquarium is popular among water sports lovers and nautical enthusiasts who are fond of underwater beauties. The Museum of Underwater activities also represents a significant attraction with great value for the local inheritance.
This Slovenian settlement boasts of medieval monuments that share legendary stories with curious tourists during sightseeing tours or day tours. Nearby villages are picturesque and express local traditions, while waterfront hotels and modern resorts are meant to satisfy pretentious tourists’ desires. Luxurious accommodation units like the Hotel Piran which offers fantastic views can be found here, but there are also cosy guesthouses and charming villas that can host a large number of guests during the summer.
This coastal town is the living proof that two nationalities can harmoniously cohabit in the same territory, creating a perfect mix of history and culture where Venetian buildings and Slovenian lush vegetation are elements of an idyllic location. Tourists who wish to visit this vivid side of Slovenia are welcome to participate to local events and festivities that promote old beliefs, such as the St George’s Day Festivity, the Festival of Persimmon, the Musical Evenings of Piran at the Atrium of the Greyfriars Franciscan Monastery, etc. This is a distinguished destination in the Gulf of Piran where the sound of nature is music to the ears of energetic citizens of this beautiful, old land.
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