Seca is a small village near Portoroz. It is a peninsula, which is covered with olive groves, lush vegetation and fields. The area is nice for walks and views to Lucija, saltpans and Portoroz. In this part is situated Camping Lucija, Forma Viva, St. Bartholomew Channel and the Garden of cacti. Camping Lucija is a modern camp with restaurant, shop and other. They also have the cold storage lockers. Camping is separated to the Zone A and Zone B. The Zone A is situated by the sea and it has electricity and the water. The Zone B has only electricity. Guests can rent various water sports equipment during the summer months. They have a playground for children. The beach is stony and grassy. Forma Viva is a collection of stone sculptures. The collection is under the open sky, it is open all day and for the visit you do not have to pay anything. The collection began to rise as the result of the meetings of the international eminent sculptors. The first international sculptural symposium began in the year 1961 as the suggestion of two Slovenian artists, namely Jakob Savinsek and Janez Lenassi. Sculptures from thirty different countries have left in the forty years of uninterrupted activity over 120 stone sculptures. In the St. Bartholomew Channel are moored sailing boats and small boats for recreative sailing. Sometimes were saltpans important communication routes. In the Garden of cacti we can see lost of species of cacti and we can also buy them. It is in the family property.
Echinocactus grusonii dated to 1955
Cactus with flowers
View to the Piran's Bay from the St. Bartholo...
Boats in the St. Bartholomew Channel
Cycling road Parenzana along the Secovlje Sal...
View of the wild beach from the location of F...
Seca Cape with a view of the St. Bartholomew ...
Small bay at the Seca Cape
View of the beach, Portoroz and sanitary bloc...
View in Bernardin direction
Bathing area and beach in Camping Lucija
View through the sculpture
View of Portoroz and Lucija
Tadesse Belaineh (Ethiopia, 1962)
The way to the Secovlje Salina Nature Park an...