The Marina in Piran is located in the heart of the old town. Here you can see many boats, yachts, boats and interesting old fishing boats. In the Piran Mandrac mostly moored vessels are from the members of the Maritime Society of Piran.
The Society is a non-governmental, voluntary, non-profit, non-political association of people who are active in the field of sports, recreation and ecology. The Marina is surrounded by Tartini Square, Cankar Quay, Gabrielli, Fonda and Ventrella Palaces, Maritime Museum, Tartini Hotel and other sights. In the area where Tartini Square is today, the Mandrac sometimes spread. The Sergei Masera Maritime Museum studies, collects and presents the maritime history of the coastal area and the sea-bound industries. You can see an archaeological collection on maritime routes and trade from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages and a collection of settlements from land and from the sea.
The Hotel Tartini has everything you need for a relaxing holiday in a relaxed environment, for a romantic weekend, for a planned event such as a wedding, seminar or celebration with a circle of friends. There is also a city beach in the immediate vicinity.
Piran - Marina
View of the entrance into Port Piran
Sailing boats and yachts near pier
Marina in Piran
Port Piran along Cankar Quay
View to the Tartini Square
Cankar Quay behind the Port Piran
Palaces Gabrielli, Fonda and Ventrella behind the Port Piran
Maritime Museum near Mandrac
Cankar Quay in Piran
Mandrac in Piran
Boats in Mandrac in Piran
Hotel Tartini near Mandrac
Mandrac near Tartini Square
Old fishing boat
Boats in Port Piran