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We hereby inform you that due to restoration works at run-bridge that leads through the channel Sv. Bartholomew to the reception entrance at Lera, until further is closed to all traffic because its use is prohibited.
Visitors can access Lera by boat to the landing pier or along the cycle path (Parenzana) in the direction of the mine in Sečovlje, but it takes a walk of about 2.4 km.
As soon as we set up an alternate passage of the above-mentioned channel, you'll be well informed. By the time they are exceptionally possible arrangements for a guided tour of the area Fontanigge, where there is no Visitors' Centre and the ability to view a short film. From 1st. april 2015 onwards the guided tours will be possible in the Museum of Salt-making at Fontanigge.
The Museum of Salt-making, which is not operated more by the Maritime Museum Sergej Mašera Piran, is reached by the tarmac road, which branches off a few metres after the Sečovlje checkpoint to the right just before the bridge over the Dragonja River towards the Fontanigge area.
You are kindly advised to leave your vehicle at the gate opposite the pipeline over the Dragonja River. A ride from there on IS AT YOUR OWN RISK and is, as a rule, prohibited by SSNP's decree.
For the time being, no local public transport is available from Slovenian littoral towns to SSNP. From Lucija, the visitors can reach SSNP through marina, past the caravan site and by following the road leading along the Jernej Channel.
Occasionally, visitors are conveyed to SSNP by the »Solinarka« boat.
The two accesses from the sea (only for organised groups that begin their visits of SSNP at Piran or other ports) are:
• landing pier in the Giassi Channel (access to the Fontanigge and Museum of Salt-making areas),
• landing pier in the Grande Channel (Drnica; access to the Lera area).