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  • Flower of Salt

    Fleur de Sel, the caviar of salt.
    The best from the sun and the sea.

    Museum

    The salt museum and gift shop are the exceptional attractions of the Nin Saltworks.

    The Nin Saltworks Park

    The fields of the Nin Saltworks are the natural habitat of diverse flora and fauna.

    • About us
    • Mission and vision
    • Values
    • Nin
    Solana Nin je jedna od rijetkih solana koja proizvode sol na tradicionalan i prirodno-ekološki način

    About us

    • The Nin Saltworks is one of the rare saltworks to produce salt in the traditional, natural and ecological manner; by using the energy of the sun and the wind, the sea evaporates in vast evaporating pans. Clean environment, specific climate conditions with many hours of sun and a favourable wind, as well as an excellent geographic position ensure that the Nin Saltworks salt is of top quality on a global scale. A wide range of quality Nin salt products is strengthened by a higher concentration of natural iodine due to an alga (petula) inhabiting the seawater.

      Solana Nin

      The Nin Saltworks occupies an area of 55 ha in the Nin lagoon, in the immediate vicinity of the ancient Croatian town of Nin, located in the Zadar County. It dates back to the Roman ages, as evidenced by the visible ruins of stone gates used to release the seawater to the pans. In 1550 Venice took control of the Saltworks and shut it down in order to establish monopoly over the salt on the Adriatic. 405 years later, in 1955, the Saltworks was once again established, and as of 2002 it has been operating as a privately-held company based in Nin. The Nin Saltworks has been recognized as a must-see tourist destination visited by people all over the world, from Europe to Japan, thanks to its range of salt products, from industrial and consumption to therapeutic salt.

    • Mission and vision

      Our mission is to offer a unique gourmet experience to consumers and help the development of the local community and the economy in which we actively participate through strong partner cooperation. Cvijet soli Our vision is to become a world-renown sea salt manufacturer offering products of highest quality and gourmet flavour. We will achieve our vision through the development of our employees, meeting the needs of our customers, creating strong partner relations, preserving the manufacturing tradition and respecting the principles of sustainable development of our company, community and the country we operate in.

    • Values

      The fundamental values we cherish:

      Personality and creativity
      Our employees are our most important potential because they create the values for all interest groups we work with. Also, we want to allow our employees to fulfil their personal potential.

      Quality and authenticity
      Thanks to continued investments, we offer authentic and high quality products capable of meeting the needs of all interest groups.

      Reliability
      We systematically build our recognizable and reliable partner approach through open and honest relationships.

      Responsible business
      We produce and distribute salt products in a natural and environmentally friendly way. We respect the principles of sustainable development in all segments of our business.

    • Nin

      The town of Nin is located on a small island in the middle of a shallow lagoon and is one of the oldest towns on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea. Everything about Nin exudes history and tradition woven into the life of the region and its people. The traces of urban dwellings older than 3000 years have been discovered in the Nin area, while the remnants of Early Stone Age, such as triangular spikes, serve as testimonial of human presence prior to that time.

      Nin

      The church of St. Cross - "World's smallest cathedral", the monument of the Croatian pre-Romanesque architecture dates back to early 11th century. Nin is the oldest Croatian royal city and the cradle of Croatian culture, and was for many centuries an important harbour on this part of the Adriatic. The Nin area has been continuously inhabited since the Liburns. During the Roman era it became an important municipality named Aenona. Nin - european destination of excellence 2009./2010.The invaluable cultural and historic heritage, the wealth of flora and fauna, preserved natural resources and a comprehensive tourist offer attract many tourists from all over the world year after year.

      On 27 September 2010 Nin was named a European Destination of Excellence.

      You can find detailed information on Nin here.

    • 2nd SALT FESTIVAL

      Date: 29.08.2013.
      Venue: Nin Saltworks, Ilirska cesta 7, Nin

      Join us on 2nd SALT FESTIVAL and experience pure joy!

      2. festival soli 29. kolovoza 2013. godine Participate in nutrition workshop and find out how salt is beneficial for human body and its use in the cuisine.
      Show us your culinary skills during barbecue contest. Contestor will have to prepare a barbecue, using the Flower of salt. The jury, led by famous Croatian chef Mate Janković, will decide about the best barbecue master! Join the contest and show us your barbecue artistry!
      If you think you can do better outside of the kitchen, and you would really like to be a salt harvester even just for one day - we have prepared for you a unique contest in a traditional harvest of salt. This experience you don't want to miss!
      Participate in this exceptional contests and win the prize. Number of participants is limited, and you can apply on marketing@solananin.hr latest August 29th 2013. All supplies and equipment are provided for contests, and you can also enjoy in the taste of the Adriatic sea - traditional Dalmatian cuisine.
      This year's festival will also be spiced up by musical choir Aenona, and the entrance is free!

      TIMETABLE:
      10:30am - 11:30am - Nutritional workshop - moderator: Tena Niseteo, M. Clinical Dietitian/ Nutritionist, Food Definition LTD
      05:00pm - 10:00pm - Barbecue and harvest of salt contest

    • Nin salt
    • The flower of salt
    • About salt
    • Salty corner
    Ninska Sol – esencija okusa

    About salt

    • Nin salt - the essence of flavour.

      Nin sea salt presents a pleasure of taste and is more than a nutritional need. It is a gift of the Adriatic Sea, sun and wind from the slopes of Velebit that brings to life and exposes the essence of flavour. Increased concentrations of natural iodine due to algae (petula) inhabiting the seawater add extra flavour and increase the quality of Nin salt.

      Dar Jadranskog mora, sunca i vjetra

      In the world of flavours, salt is the spice that changes everything. It's no wonder that correctly adding salt while cooking is a true form of art. Salt must be added to every dish at the right moment in order to achieve a more intense gourmet experience as well as to satisfy the basic physiological needs.

      Ninska morska sol

    • The flower of salt - Fleur de Sel

      Food lovers around the world consider The Flower of Salt, French Fleur de Sel as "the caviar of salt".

      Cvijet soli

      The Nin Saltworks Flower of Salt is an important nutrient enriched with natural minerals which intensifies the taste of every dish and becomes an indispensable natural, culinary spice. This is the healthiest salt of highest quality rich in calcium and magnesium and having an increased concentration of natural iodine. Other than in the diet, it is used to regulate digestion, ease symptoms for women in menopause and during the menstrual cycle, to refresh the organism and relieve tension and is beneficiary for people with low calcium and magnesium concentrations.

      The flower of salt truly is the best sea salt. It is obtained only in the ideal weather conditions, and harvested early in the morning and late at night when there is no wind. It appears at the sea surface as a thin layer of salt flakes, like flower petals, which are collected manually with micron sieves. The production of the Flower of Salt is a labour of love. To this day salt harvesters nurture this jewel with the same traditions and techniques as their predecessors centuries before.

      Of all types of unrefined ecological salt, the Flower of Salt has the most active energetic structure because it is obtained exclusively in the process of natural salt production. The Flower of Salt can absorb many toxins in chemically treated food and environment and cleanse negative vibrations in space.
      That is why salt used to be very important in healing rituals and rituals of space energizing.

    • Salt is uniquely timeless - it has existed as long as water and stone and will continue to exist long after we are gone. Historically, salt has been a part of the human development since the beginning of time. The discovery of the food preservation function of salt has thoroughly impacted the progress of mankind and the development of many countries. Due to its value, salt has often been the cause of many wars. The fact that Roman legionaries were paid in salt is a testimonial to the importance of salt. The word salary originates from "salarium", which meant tax or obligation paid in salt. It is a well-known fact that Romans paid their soldiers in salt. An ounce of salt used to value as much as an ounce of gold.

      Salt, sodium chloride (NaCl), is a precious compound of sodium and chloride ions in the ratio of 40:60. Sodium has the key role in many physiological processes and is a neurotransmitter which intensifies the sense of taste. Salt is good for health and basic human functions. Some of the many functions it performs in our body are the absorption of potassium, salivation, balance of bodily fluids and the transfer of nutrients to our cells and energy to our muscles. The usage of salt is many fold; other than for consumption and food preservation, it is used for industrial purposes, deicing roads and softening water.

    • Salty corner for gourmands

      In the world of flavours, salt is the spice that changes everything. It's no wonder that correctly adding salt while cooking is a true form of art. Salt must be added to every dish at the right moment in order to achieve a more intense gourmand experience as well as to satisfy the basic physiological needs.

      Recipes by: Mate Janković, chef

      Sauce tartar with Adriatic bonito, toasted pumpkin seeds and Flower of Salt

      Ingredients for 4 people:

      Bučine sjemenke

      • 280 g skinned and boned bonito
      • 40 g red onion
      • 20 g capers
      • 4 drops of tabasco
      • 0.04 l olive oil
      • teaspoon of mustard
      • 0.04 l soy sauce
      • 120 g finely chopped toasted pumpkin seeds
      • salt
      • pepper
      • Nin Flower of Salt

      Preparation

      Dice the bonito and add soy sauce, mustard, salt, pepper, tabasco, chopped onion, capers and olive oil.

      Sprinkle the plate with chopped, toasted pumpkin seeds and add a spoonful of bonito sauce tartar. For the final touch, sprinkle with a pinch of the Flower of Salt.

      Dentex fillet with wild herbs (mišanca), garlic confit vinaigrette and the Flower of Salt

      Zubatac

      Ingredients for 4 people:
      • 4 dentex fillets, 150 g each
      • olive oil for baking

      Wild herbs cream
      • 150 g assorted wild herbs
      • 20 g brown sugar
      • 0.05 l olive oil
      • salt
      • pepper

      Garlic confit vinaigrette:
      • 2 heads of garlic
      • 3 dcl olive oil
      • alcohol vinegar
      • salt
      • pepper

      Serving
      • 4 pinches of Nin Flower of Salt

      Preparation

      Bake the dentex fillets on olive oil, first on the side with skin to obtain a crispy crust, and then shortly on the other side with the meat. Be careful not to dry the fish; it has to retain its moisture.

      Wild herbs cream:
      Clean the wild herbs and cook them in salty boiling water; keep the water. Caramelize brown sugar on olive oil and add drained and cooked herbs and some of the cooking water. Be careful: the herbs must keep their green colour. Add salt and some pepper and use a stick blender to make cream.

      Garlic vinaigrette:
      Cook garlic cloves in shell in olive oil at low heat (confit). Clean the garlic, add white vinegar, salt, pepper, olive oil and use a stick blender to mix. Put the wild herbs cream and vinaigrette on the plate, add freshly baked dentex fillet and sprinkle with just a pinch of the Flower of Salt.

      Chocolate coulant with vanilla cream and the Flower of Salt

      Ingredients for 4 people:

      Coulant:
      Čokolada • 100 g chocolate (70% of cocoa)
      • 100 g butter
      • 2 of egg yolks
      • 2 whole eggs
      • 60 g flour
      • 120 g powdered sugar

      Vanilla cream
      • 5 egg yolks
      • 0.25 l cooking cream
      • 120 g sugar
      • 1 vanilla pod

      Preparation

      Coulant
      Melt chocolate and butter. Use a separate bowl to mix eggs, egg yolks, flour and powdered sugar. Add the melted chocolate and butter to the other ingredients, mix well and pour into a silicone muffin mould. Bake for 11 minutes on 190 degrees Celsius. The cake has to be hard on the outside, and runny on the inside.

      Vanilla cream
      Mix cream, eggs and sugar well and add vanilla seeds and the vanilla pod cut lengthwise to enhance the taste. Stir on steam until the mixture begins to thicken; however, it must not clot. Put the cold vanilla cream and freshly baked warm coulant and sprinkle with a pinch of the Flower of Salt.

      Experience the fullness of taste of healthy meals with the Flower of Salt according to the recipes of Vesna Ljubičić, the manager of the Biovizija Open University and the school of conscious eating with diagnosis.

      Salty healthy corner

      Salt has many purposes other than dietary, such as medicinal. Test the healing preparations by Vesna Ljubičić, an experienced shiatsu therapist and consultant and the manager of the Biovizija Open University, shiatsu and conscious eating with diagnosis school.

      Teeth whitening paste

      Suribachi

      • 1/3 teaspoon Nin Flower of Salt (finely ground in a suribachi or a coffee grinder)
      • 1 teaspoon baking soda
      • 2/3 teaspoon aloe vera juice/gel or water
      • 1/3 teaspoon lemon juice
      • 2 drops tea tree essential oil

      Mix all the ingredients into a thick paste. Apply the paste on a dry toothbrush and circularly massage the gums and teeth for a few minutes. Rinse thoroughly with water after the whitening. You can use this paste 1-2 times a week.

      Whole body medicinal peeling

      Heljda• 5 tablespoons Nin Flower of Salt
      • 3 tablespoons bio buckwheat or bio integral sesame
      • 5 tablespoons herbal glycerine or bio almond oil
      • 3-4 tablespoons bio yoghurt (soy or cow milk) or strained green tea
      • 5 drops bio essential lavender or geranium oil

      Grind the salt and buckwheat in a coffee grinder, together or separately. Add drops of essential oil in the yoghurt or glycerine. Stir all the ingredients to form a thick paste and massage on the wet body with circular motions. After 5 minutes rinse with warm water.

      This peeling removes dead skin cells, stimulates circulation, feeds loose skin with minerals and vitamin K and refreshes the entire body. You can use the peeling throughout the year, 1-2 times a week.

      Remove unpleasant foot odour

      Odstranite neugodan miris nogu• 3 tablespoons Nin Flower of Salt ground in a suribachi or coffee grinder
      • 1/2 large tablespoons baking soda
      • 2 tablespoons cold pressed linseed oil or bio sunflower oil
      • 1 tablespoon of aloe vera gel, water or sage tea
      • 4 drops essential spruce or sage oil

      Mix all ingredients to form a thick paste and apply with circular motions from the soles to the ankles. Leave for 5-10 min and wash with lukewarm water. You can use the peeling every day until the unpleasant foot odour is gone.

      Nin body and soul bath

      Đumbir

      • 3 cups Nin sea salt
      • 2 tablespoons ginger powder or freshly squeezed ginger juice
      • warm water

      Put salt and ginger in the bathtub, fill with warm water and enjoy for 10-20 minutes. This bath relaxes the tenseness of your body, stiff and strained muscles, stimulates lower body circulation and frees the body of harmful substances. During autumn and winter enjoy the bath once a week.

  • Muzej Solane Nin

    Museum

    • The salt museum and gift shop are the exceptional attractions of the Nin Saltworks. The visitors of the salt museum and gift shop can see pieces that were used (some still are) in traditional salt manufacturing, such as salt rakes, transport wagons and the wooden packaging unit.

      The museum also has educational segments showing the history of salt and its usage with special attention given to the Flower of Salt, affectionately called the "caviar of salt" due to its unique flavour, composition and manner of harvesting.

      Muzej soli

      The salt museum was created by Filip Gordon Frank, interior and industrial designer and it exudes simplicity and cleanliness which blends perfectly with the story of salt, the irreplaceable and extremely important ingredient for human consumption.

  • Park Solana Nin

    The Nin Saltworks Park

    • The fields of the Nin Saltworks are the natural habitat of various plant and animal species that inspire many visitors, and are especially interesting to birdwatchers.

      Fauna

      The ornithological diversity of the fields surrounding the pans is home to more than 280 predominately migratory bird species that fly over this part of the Adriatic during their long journeys to their winter habitats, especially those in Africa or the on Mediterranean. Two rare and endangered bird species nest on the Saltworks area.

      The best known waterfowl are: Black-winged Stilt, Little Egret, Kentish Plover and Kingfisher. The Black-winged Stilt (Himantopus himantopus) is a bird usually laying four eggs characteristic for their black spots. The reason this species inhabits this area is brine shrimp which it feeds on. The Black-winged Stilt attracts by its appearance: it has black back and wings, white belly and neck and long, thin red legs.

      The Kentish Plover (Charadrius alexandrinus) is a small bird species, relative of the Black-winged Stilt, whose number is unfortunately decreasing; it is an endangered species according to the Red Book of endangered birds of Croatia.

      Out of many bird species on the Nin Saltworks fields you can watch: Eurasian Oystercatcher (Haematopus ostralegus), Stone Curlew (Burhinus oedicnemus), Grey Plover (Pluvialis squatarola), Common Redshank (Tringa totanus), Common Greenshank (Tringa nebularia), Eurasian Curlew (Numenius arquata), Black-tailed Godwit (Limosa limosa), Curlew Sandpiper (Calidris ferruginea), Little Stint (C. minuta) and Dunlin (C. alpina). Occasionally some other species have been seen flying over the fields: Spotted Redshank (Tringa erythropus), Little Ringed Plover (Charadrius dubius), Common Ringed Plover (Charadrius hiaticula), Eurasian Golden Plover (Pluvialis apricaria), Pied Avocet (Recurvirostra avosetta) and Bar-tailed Godwit (Limosa lapponica).

      Other species that can be seen on the water pans are Little Egret (Egretta garzetta), Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea), various duck species, such as wild duck (Anas platyrhynchos), Eurasian Wigeon (A. penelope), Pintail (A. acuta), Common Teal (A. crecca), Garganey (A. querquedula), etc. Grebe species inhabiting the area are Little Grebe (Tachybaptus ruficollis), Great Crested Grebe (Podiceps cristatus), Red-necked Grebe (P. grisegena) and Black-necked Grebe (P. nigricollis). Especially striking is the colouring of the Common Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis) and European Bee-eater (Merops apiaster).

      Mediterranean killifish, only 3 cm long, lives in the first two phases of the evaporating pans, and is considered as endangered due to the disappearance of suitable habitats. The unique brine shrimp is also interesting since it is very well adjusted to life in extremely salty water and surviving drought. Its eggs, visible only under a microscope, can survive up to 10 years in mud with no moisture.

      Flora

      You can see interesting species in the Nin Saltworks Park that have adapted to the specific conditions of the wetlands.
      Halophytes cover our evaporating pans, and are the plants flamingoes get their colour from. They can only be found in sea with black peloids from which they absorb the minerals, and are very healthy and tasty.

    Interactive map

    Interaktivna mapa
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    Brine Shrimp

    Račić slaništar

    The unique brine shrimp is interesting since it is very well adjusted to life in extremely salty water and surviving drought. Its eggs, visible only under a microscope, can survive up to 10 years in mud with no moisture.

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    Birds

    Čaplja

    Other species that can be seen on the water pans are Little Egret (Egretta garzetta), Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea), various duck species, such as wild duck (Anas platyrhynchos), Eurasian Wigeon (A. penelope), Pintail (A. acuta), Common Teal (A. crecca), Garganey (A. querquedula), etc. Grebe species inhabiting the area are Little Grebe (Tachybaptus ruficollis), Great Crested Grebe (Podiceps cristatus), Red-necked Grebe (P. grisegena) and Black-necked Grebe (P. nigricollis). Especially striking is the colouring of the Common Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis) and European Bee-eater (Merops apiaster).

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    Museum

    Muzej

    The salt museum and gift shop are the exceptional attractions of the Nin Saltworks. The visitors of the salt museum and gift shop can see pieces that were used (some still are) in traditional salt manufacturing, such as salt rakes, transport wagons and the wooden packaging unit.

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    Mediterranean killifish

    Ribica Obrvan

    Mediterranean killifish, only 3 cm long, lives in the first two phases of the evaporating pans, and is considered as endangered due to the disappearance of suitable habitats.

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    Birds

    Ptice

    Out of many bird species on the Nin Saltworks fields you can watch: Eurasian Oystercatcher (Haematopus ostralegus), Stone Curlew (Burhinus oedicnemus), Grey Plover (Pluvialis squatarola), Common Redshank (Tringa totanus), Common Greenshank (Tringa nebularia), Eurasian Curlew (Numenius arquata), Black-tailed Godwit (Limosa limosa), Curlew Sandpiper (Calidris ferruginea), Little Stint (C. minuta) and Dunlin (C. alpina). Occasionally some other species have been seen flying over the fields: Spotted Redshank (Tringa erythropus), Little Ringed Plover (Charadrius dubius), Common Ringed Plover (Charadrius hiaticula), Eurasian Golden Plover (Pluvialis apricaria), Pied Avocet (Recurvirostra avosetta) and Bar-tailed Godwit (Limosa lapponica).

    • Products
    • Consumption salt
    • Scented salts

    Products

    • The Nin Saltworks natural and environment-friendly production goes through five stages. The first four are the evaporation stages, while the fifth one is crystallization, where thickened seawater or brine (salamura) goes from being liquid to being solid.

      8 mm of water must evaporate to obtain 1 mm of salt. The salt is collected repeatedly in the Nin Saltworks, and the first "harvest" is carried out when a layer of sea salt 15-20 mm thick is created. Before the "harvest" the brine is released so that the salt is strained, that is, to become dry. When salt is amassed into piles, it is left to dry for a short while, and then it is transported into storage house.

      The average output of sea salt in the Nin Saltworks over the last 10 years is 3200 t. Sea salt production is aided by high temperatures and winds, especially dry sirocco and mistral and light bora. The "harvesting" season lasts on average 63 days during spring, summer and early autumn.

      In the Nin Saltworks product range you can find cooking salt, food, textile and other industries salt and road salt.

    • Consumption salt

      • Refined salt
      • Coarse salt

      Premium consumption salt

      • Flower of salt

      Proizvodi
    • Nin body and soul scented salts

      Invigorate your body and soul with Nin salts and the rich scents of natural essential oils. Enjoy the scents of rosemary, lavender, orange, pine, lemon, coconut, rose, cinnamon and the sea.

      Nin scented salt - rosemary

      Ružmarin

      Rosemary has been considered a medicinal herb since ancient times. There are records that Greeks and Romans used it and called it "sea dew", and dedicated it to Aphrodite, the goddess of love.

      Rosemary emanates pleasant and intoxicating smells that invigorate body and soul when mixed with natural Nin salt. When added to baths, it relaxes, soothes, has an effect on the blood stream, reduces inflammation of the skin, muscle pains, rheumatism, swelling of the joints, refreshes, strengthens after serious illness, and relieves exhaustion and weakness.

      Nin scented salt - lavender

      Lavanda

      Throughout history lavender has been appreciated for the soothing effect it has on the human organism. Hence, Romans used it in their scented baths. When combined with salt, the magic becomes even stronger. Nin scented salt with lavender refreshes, soothes and reduces psychological problems. It is especially useful for rheumatic muscle pains and it relieves itching and swelling. Give your skin with tenderness, softness and attractiveness.

      Nin scented salt - rose

      Ruža

      In combination with Nin sea crystals it gives moments of enjoyment and relaxation of the entire body by having effect on every muscle, nerve, pore and blood vessel. It reduces blood pressure, strengthens the organism and makes the skin beautiful, firm and attractive. The smell of love, yearning and flicker of the soul are some of the best descriptions of Nin scented salts enriched with rose.

      Nin scented salt - orange

      Naranča

      The orange scented salt nourishes, recuperates and softens coarse skin and relieves the consequences of all types of allergies that may appear on the entire body, reduces different swellings, and relieves fatigue, exhaustion, anxiety and nervousness. It makes the skin younger, velvety, soft, smooth and brilliant. The strength of health, the smell of south, the beauty of sunset. That is the orange scented salt.

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      Nin scented salt - pine

      Pine is one of the most widespread plants in folk medicine which contributes to the largest number of herbal remedies. Pine scent emanates the feeling of pleasure and prosperity.


      Magnolija

      Nin scented salt - magnolia

      Treat yourself to the heavenly scent of magnolia flower and the salt of our beautiful blue Adriatic in your bathroom. Magnolia heals, soothes and strengthens, removes acne, reduces swelling, nurtures the skin and makes it firmer, healthier and resistant to weather.

      Nin scented salt - lemon

      Limun

      The Indians used lemon as medicine and called it the remedy for all illnesses, while on the court of Louis XIV noblewomen used it on lips to make them beautiful. Together with sea salt it has an antiseptic, antibacterial and refreshing effect because it relieves fatigue and restores concentration. It narrows blood vessels and pores and thus reduces vein and capillary problems. Also, it removes acne and pimples, normalises oily skin and makes it firmer, softer and velvety.

      Nin scented salt - coconut

      Kokos

      The combination of gentle coconut milk and Nin salt treats fatigue, depression and loneliness. After the bath, the skin will become whiteness and stunning tenderness of the coconut milk.




      Nin scented salt - cinnamon

      Cimet

      Cinnamon is a spice originally from Sri Lanka and solves problems with apathy, cellulite, fatigue and weak immune system. If you lack power and feeling of your own worth, reach for this scented salt which will together with cinnamon essential oil fulfil all your expectations.

      Nin scented salt - sea

      Feel the natural strength of health and beauty. Immerse yourself in baths of sea scents and reinvigorate your body and soul. Experience sea depths made up of healing salt crystals and supplemented by the scent of the Mediterranean and recuperate your organism.

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  • Contact

    • Solana Nin
      Ilirska cesta 7, 23232 Nin, Croatia
      Tel: +385 23 264 021 _ Fax: +385 23 265 093 _ E-mail: info@solananin.hr

      Museum: +385 23 264 764
      Manager: Ivana Burela
      E-mail: prodaja@solananin.hr

      Working hours of the Museum of Salt:
      Monday – Friday
      07.am. – 3.pm.

      Organised visit to the Nin saltworks led by professional guides:
      8 a.m. - 1 p.m. (Mon – Sun, on the hour)
      5 p.m. - 7 p.m. (Mon – Sun, on the hour)
      Prices (guided tour):
      Adults / individual: 35 kuna /person
      Group tours (for 15 people or more)
      Students – 20 kuna / person
      Adults – 30 kuna / person
      Children under 7 years – free of charge.


      Development

      Ivan Brnjac, Operating Manager
      Tel: +385 23 264 021 _ Fax: +385 23 265 093 _ E-mail: ivan.brnjac@solananin.hr

      Sales

      Mihael Vidaković, Sales Manager
      Tel: +385 23 264 021 _ Fax: +385 23 265 093 _ E-mail: mihael.vidakovic@solananin.hr

      Marketing

      E-mail: marketing@solananin.hr

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