The photo safari is organised in small groups. Each group is assigned a private guide and is equipped with bicycles and a map of Brijuni with marked locations of the attractions. A list of tasks in the form of riddles is prepared in advance and the participants have to photograph the solution of the riddle. Explore Verige bay in search for the remains of the Roman villa, the most luxurious ancient villa on the Adriatic. Discover the wine cellar from the 1st century, locate amphorae used to store olive oil and the hidden mosaic of the villa. Listen to interesting stories about villa inhabitants and the lifestyle in ancient times.
The great island’s little secrets
This programme includes all must-see attractions of the island such as Stara maslina (the old olive tree), the photo exhibition and our very own island chatterbox, Koki the Parrot. The participants, divided into guided groups, have to locate and photograph as many as possible attractions on the task list. Each photographed item is scored and the group with the most points wins. highest score is the winner. Search for hidden locations on the island and capture Brijuni hidden treasure through the lens. Find the headless Roman statue or the soldier in “The Dance of the Dead “mural. Locate the French aristocrat secretly playing golf on the Brijuni Islands or take a selfie with Queen Elizabeth.
Combining physical activity with knowledge, the tasks mainly celebrate the sea and the life on its shores. Each team is given a task tour schedule. Tasks will be explained by a moderator who will record scores. The team that completes the most tasks within a certain time limit and achieves the best score is the winner. Are you ready for some rowing? Do you know how to lasso a bollard? What do you know about fishing nets?
This programme includes various activities and is suitable even for larger groups divided into teams because the activities can occur simultaneously. Explore Brijuni on a bike, go for a dive on the underwater trail in Verige bay, learn the basics of golf or try SUP paddling.
Given the significant impact graffiti art has had on our popular culture, from music, film and television to fine art, toys and clothing, it is easy to forget its humble beginnings and remarkable evolution. Participants will make their own sketches and the workshop mentor will give each participant an original outline of their name on
a thick A3 paper as a souvenir. This is followed by a graffiti battle between the teams under expert supervision.