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Park Histria Aromatica

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Park Histria Aromatica

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boris_svagelj wrote a review Sep 2018
Izola, Slovenia115 contributions8 helpful votes
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A park created by the owner of Aromatica company, which produces cosmetics and health care items. A wondeful idea and a project for his heart I would say, and a great park. 25 hectares to walk around and admire all the herbs, a vineyard, an olive orchard and fruit trees orchard all in terraces, divided by dry stack stone walls. There is fig tree growing from a natural cave and you can descend by stairs to the roots for some 3 - 4 meters. The lady at the reception was very kind and nice, and since we were the only visitors at the moment, she took time to google various plants, as my wife is a biologist and the two ladies discused the local, slovenian and latin names of the plants.The shop offers a lot of articles and we bought some body oils, shower gel and scented oil burners. There is a museum, but appears unfinished. My wife helped me with plants and all the laboratory items exposed in it, but if she was not a biologist, I would just run through in a couple of minutes. The restaurant was closed unfortunatelly, so we couldn't get a cold drink or a coffee. A lunch there would be nice too. Anyhow, the place has some special vibes and great potential. I hope they will develope all of it!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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PatrickEhv wrote a review Aug 2018
Heeze, The Netherlands122 contributions15 helpful votes
On advice from friends, we decided to visit this place. Initially harder to find as the navigation did not recognize the address but absolutely an amazing location. Arrival over gravel roads, through a fancy gate, past a empty guardhouse and through a lane with trees on the side you find a beautiful building on top of the hill. We were the only visitors on a Sat in Aug !?. A very friendly welcome by the lady managing the park. We paid a fee and she gave explanation on the park where we could wander freely with the help of a map. Wineyards, olive trees and a selection of herbs was growing on the sides of the hill. The restaurant was closed but the shop with herbs, tea etc was open for business. A truly fantastic view aw well on the coast and Rovinij. We did not wander around long as it was well above 35 degrees. It is a nice experience if this garden and herbs is of your interest. It has so much more potential in our opinion.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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keep P wrote a review Jun 2018
Edinburgh, United Kingdom186 contributions78 helpful votes
A lover of Lavender we went to visit this attraction - not quite sure why they don't allow cars to drive the long uphill path as there seems to be plenty space to park near the architecturally astonishing modern building that awaits Not being botanists perhaps we couldn't appreciate all and in the heat we didn't manage to get round very much, but did enjoy the ancient yew and of course seas of lavender. The shop is spacious with some lovely costly products in keeping with the £20 entry fee for two. Interesting though astounding.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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frijaleunens wrote a review Jun 2018
Bever, Belgium35 contributions6 helpful votes
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Opens at 10:00. But, Restaurant not open because of harvest problems in bio garden. Museum with only a few items. Shop with a few items. Great architectural construction. Beautiful flowers with a lit of insects. Great views. Beautiful entry gate.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Rob T wrote a review May 2018
Towcester, United Kingdom109 contributions47 helpful votes
A nice find and off the normal tourist trail. Spent a pleasant hour or so wandering the fields of lavender and other plants, plus the olive groves. Certainly not a full day activity, and can't comment on the food as didn't eat there, but a good shop and lovely experience.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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