The novelty of four tall standing logs at Glavani, only six kilometers distance from Barban and ten from Vodnjan-Dignano, is sure to attract your attention because of its extraordinarity. This theme park is one of Croatia’s largest adrenalin parks and its surface area stretches for 1,5 ha.
Its experienced staff will teach you how to wear and use your equipment and how to operate the carabineers and rollers. With their help, you first have to complete the two-meter high yellow route, then the six-meter high blue route, and finally the ten-meter high black route. To boost your adrenalin level even higher, both the blue and the black routes end in a 113-metre zip-line taking you from the first to the last platform.
As icing on the cake, you can descend through 120 meter long zip line which highest part is situated 20 meters above the ground. After it, you further continue with the most demanding part, suspension bridge with a unicycle. The whole part, zip line and suspension bridge is named the Devil's passage.
At the end, you should try out the greatest attraction in the park, 11 meters tall swing which will put a smile on your face.
Besides the adventurous part of the park, you can visit a small animal farm or relax in a hanging net.
Excellent fun for the whole family awaits you at Glavani, as well as an opportunity to test your boundaries!
Adrenalin Park has been officially tested by the Austrian inspector with the highest EU qualifications and has successfully passed the criteria of European standards for Adrenalin Parks.
Requested time: depending on physical condition, a minimum of 3 hours
Glavani park - location:
On the road Vodnjan (10 km) - Barban (6 km).
If arriving by road Pula-Labin, upon arrival to the village Manjadvorci follow the road which leads to Glavani. By arriving to Glavani, turn left on the main road, drive 300 meters and you will arrive to Glavani Park.
01.01. - 30.04.2021: by appointment
01.05. - 30.09.2021: 09:00 - 18:00
If you would like to try all the routes then you need to arrive by 5 pm, or 3 pm in winter.