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Mild air,clean water,beautiful surrounding
no beaches really.
In a nutshell
definite must see for the simple beauty of it.
this market is a bit of an empty hsell: a large-ish building with only a few stalls inside... selling some tacky souvenirs and not a lot more. However one stall sells cooking and bath salt from the local salt "plain".
What to buy: salt - small bags of salt
What to pay: 2 euros a bag
Written Apr 30, 2003
Some of the best cherries I ever tasted were bought on the side of the road heading from Portoroz to Ljubljana. There were several fruit stands similar to this one and I never suffered any physical health problems after eating the fruit purchased here.
Written Jul 27, 2005
The "natural" beach of Portoroz is almost useless. Sun seekers must book a chair in a private artificial area by the sea, and swimmers must dive from it. The sea is calm, the temperature in the water is good, but beach, for us, is a different thing.
From there we went to Lignano Sabbiadoro - a "real beach" in Italy (I will write about it, of course!)
Written Sep 28, 2011
CatherineReichardt Says: I have HORSCHECK to thank for introducing me to the 'In Your Pocket' series of tour guides, which we first had the opportunity to 'road test' in Tallinn (when the hotel we stayed in provided a copy of Tallinn In Your Pocket in each room).For my money, it's a much more useful...