BRIJUNI ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK (by bus)
Paradise islands of aristocracy
Brijuni Islands consist of 14 islands that are an extraordinary mix of natural beauty as well as cultural and historical heritage. Indigenous plants, preserved Mediterranean maquis and meadows where deers and mouflons freely graze are a part of the Brijuni landscape that you will experience during the tour.
The archaeological and other sites located away from the island’s centre can be visited by train: the Verige Bay with the remnants of Roman villa Rustica from the 1st century AD, as well as the safari park that is home to many animals, such as zebras, Somali sheep, humped zebu cattle, dromedary camels, llamas and an elephant. It is noteworthy that as many as 200 dinosaur footprints have been identified on the Veli Brijun Island.
The archaeological museum, located in a Venetian castle dating from the 16th century, the small Gothic Church of St. German from the 15th century housing a permanent display of fresco replicas and Glagolitic monuments of Istria, a natural science collection, and the exhibition “Tito on the Brijuni Islands” are also a part of the sightseeing tour.
PRICE PER PERSON: 70€
Discount for children 8-18: 50 %
PRICE PER PERSON INCLUDES:
- boat transfer
- entrance fee