The Slovenian coast stretches for 43 kilometers and is one of the shortest European coasts, along with the coasts of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Monaco. It is shared by four municipalities and thirteen towns. The Strunjan Nature Park is also home to the highest flysch cliff of the northern Adriatic, which rises 80 m above sea level. Slovenian Istria, which includes the coastal area and the hinterland, may be small in size but can offer a plethora of experiences and activities, including the project Enjoy the Hinterland, which produced a register of thematic trails, measuring 613 km in total length. Hop on your feet!