What is permitted, and what is not permitted?

Code of conduct

In order to protect the biodiversity and preserve archaeological and geopaleontological sites, it is necessary to adhere to the code of conduct within the National Park. It is permitted to move freely and take photographs, except in the military zone that is also part of the National Park, and access to it is prohibited, as well as taking photographs thereof.

Code of conduct in the National Park

  • actions that can cause changes or damages in this protected part of nature, as well as actions that change the natural appearance and disturb the landscape values of the national park are prohibited.
  • any pollution of air, soil, water, sea and the submarine zone, or the reduction of their original values, and in particular disposal of any type of waste is prohibited
  • in the area of the National Park, it is prohibited to collect, harvest, remove from the habitat and damage plants
  • it is prohibited to introduce, plant or release foreign (allochthonous) hybrid and cloned plant and animal species in the entire area of the national park
  • it is prohibited to disperse, stalk, disturb, capture, injure and kill animal species
  • it is prohibited to collect frogs, snails and mushrooms, to harvest medicinal herbs, as well as to collect other parts of living and inanimate nature
  • any type of hunting and hunting activities, carrying and using firearms, as well as other means suitable for hunting (bow and arrows, traps, nets, etc.) is prohibited
  • hunting, collecting and extracting molluscs, sea cucumbers, sea urchins and other marine organisms is prohibited
  • inflicting any damage to cultural monuments is prohibited
  • it is prohibited to excavate and take away archaeological findings
  • visitors to the National Park are allowed entry from the land via the entrance in Fažana, and by sea via the mooring area in the port of Veliki Brijun, or by docking along the Nova obala
  • during the stay, moving around and sightseeing in the National Park, visitors are obliged to abide by the instructions printed on tickets, information boards and other signs in the National Park
  • visitors are only permitted to move in areas, on trails and pathways that are designated and intended for sightseeing and visiting
  • transport and sightseeing in the National Park is organized by the Institution
  • it is prohibited to feed the animals
  • camping is prohibited
  • free movement of dogs is prohibited, they can be kept on a leash or in a fenced area and should be walked on a leash
  • it is prohibited to ignite fire outside of the settlement and places specifically designated for this purpose
  • swimming is permitted in places specifically designated for that purpose, or where swimming sites are organized
  • recreational activities are only permitted in places designated and marked for that purpose
  • taking photographs for commercial purposes without the permission from the Institution is prohibited
  • direct protection in the National Park is carried out by supervisors
  • the National Park supervisor is authorized to request from a visitor an identity card or other document on the basis of which the identity of the visitor can be determined, as well as to check their luggage and means of transport.