Project work

The financial resources that were acquired through the project tasks successfully renew and maintain Sečovlje pans.

Send greeting card
Unforgettable memory

Through the website you can send to your friends a postcard with a beautiful design of the park.

KPSS publications
Publishing activities and reports

The KPSS are dealing with publishing and editorial activities. At the same time, there are also published in professional and other reports related to the activity of KPSS. Browse through and download them!

Entry Fees

On the basis of the provisions stipulated by the Law on nature conservation, entry fees are charged for the visits of SSNP and the Museum of Salt-making.

Park's entrance fee

Park's entrance fee
Season 1
Season 2
 Adults 7€ 6€
 Students, seniors
 5€ 4€
 Children up to 6 years
 Free Free
 Family ticket
 16€ 14€
 Yearly entrance ticket
 Guided tour - extra charge*
 Thalasso Spa Entrance Fee
2 hours
4 hours
* - subject to guide availability.

Entrance Fee for Group Visits
Season 1
Season 2

 Adults 8,5€ 8,5€
 Students, Seniors
 6,5€ 6,5€
 Children up to 6 years
 Free Free
The Entrance Fees for Group Visits are only eligable for groups which are preappointed and approved via an apliaction form available at

Persons with special needs are entitled to Free Entrance into the Sečovlje Salina Nature Park. In case of a Group Visit they are granted free entry however the Price of Guidance has to be paid.

Discounts for Groups
School group get a free ticket for the attendants
Other groups get a free ticket for the tour guide.

The price of transit with the electrical vehicle is 1€ per person with the exception of disabled persons.

Season 1: 1.4. - 31.10. Season 2: 1.11. - 31.3.

Tickets can be bought at points where SSNP is entered from Seča, along the Dragonja River and from the sea. The tickets are valid all day, of course for the days when issued and for the time when the Park is open. By buying a ticket, you are insured against personal accidents during the visit of the Park.

The money collected through the sale of tickets is envisaged for the restoration of infrastructure used by the Park's visitors. With entrance fees, the expenses occurring during the preservation of the Park's natural assets are covered.