Brijuni National Park is organizing Open Days again this year, until October 31. Interested visitors will be able to visit Veliki Brijun at promotional prices, reports turistickeprice.hr.
One of the main reasons Brijuni is popular lies in the uniqueness of the safari park, which is spread over 9 hectares on the northern edge of Veliki Brijun. Many attractive animals adorn this safari, some of them are zebras, Indian sacred cows, ostriches, llamas, the elephant Lanka, but also indigenous Istrian animals such as boškarins, donkeys and goats.
One of the oldest olive trees in the Mediterranean is located in Brijuni. It still bears fruit today, and oil is made from them. As much as 4.1 kg of extra-virgin oil is produced annually.
As part of the Open Days event, a tour was organized for individual visitors accompanied by a professional guide. In the time slot at 11:30 a.m., guidance is also organized in English.
During the weekend, visitors can play golf for free, and content is also prepared for the youngest. On October 29 and 30, 2022, with the purchase of tickets at a promotional price, visitors will receive a free golf school, while the youngest will enjoy themed workshops and activities led by professional animators. Also, in addition to the mentioned activities, visitors can view the exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of golf in the church of St. Deadline.
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