One day spent here won’t be enough to see everything that needs to be seen; to truly experience this place stay a minimum of a couple of days. Situated of the west coast of Istra peninsula, this beautiful national park consists of 14 islands and islets of which Veliki Brijun and Mali Brijun are the most recognizable.
Although prices for boaters are a bit steep (200-300 € in high season for boats up to 25 meters, depending on boat size), the offer here is so vast and diverse that the price in the end is worth it.
From activities like golf, tennis, excursions with electric cars, to visiting safari and ethno park, quarries, belevedres, and exhibits, this national has something for all.
The unique geographical location, as well as man’s efforts to preserve the nature here has made Brijuni rich with animal and plant life, not only ones indigenous to this location, but also with imported species that became accustomed to living here. So when visiting Brijuni you will meet the elephant Lanka (a gift from Indira Gandhi) and the parrot Koki, the two most famous inhabitants of the islands.
Don’t miss out this great experience that is Brijuni national park.