VAL | Youth Hostel & Garni Hotel
Piran, the pearl of the Slovenian coast, is an ancient town known for its fishing, salt production, culture, and tourist tradition. In this wonderful setting called a town with soul there is Val Hostel with a restaurant offering 20 nicely furnished rooms and breakfast.
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About us

Piran, “the pearl of the Slovenian coast”, is an ancient town known for its fishing, salt production, culture, and tourist tradition.


Historical richness gathered in our town represents a natural scenery for religious, cultural, and other typically Mediterranean traditional events which take place throughout the year.


In this wonderful setting called a “town with soul” there is the VAL HOSTEL with a restaurant.


In our hostel there are 20 nicely furnished rooms (with 1, 2 or 3 beds) altogether 47 beds. Lavatories and showers are separately placed on each floor. Our guests can use a tea kitchen and a laundry. On the ground floor there is a restaurant (with 50 seats) that can be turned, if necessary, into a conference hall with all technical equipment, a dining room with cable TV, video recorder, telephone, and a computer with Internet connection. The hostel is often used as a small congress center.


The Val Hostel is centrally heated, and open all the year round.






Restaurant seats

Computer Access & WiFi

TV 100+ channels

Restaurant & Conference Hall

Tea Kitchen

Laundry Service

Pets & Child Friendly

Organised Sport & Outdoor Activities

Parking nearby







Price list


Tourist tax included in the price


Out of season

Season* and holidays


1 bed

49 EUR

59 EUR

2 beds

69 EUR

89 EUR

3 beds

79 EUR

99 EUR


The old seaport of Piran lies at the end of the Piran peninsula, which gradually narrows between the bays of Strunjan and Piran. The peninsula reaches Cape Madona, ending with the Šavrini hills.


The meaning of the name Piran: elder scientists support the supposition that the origin could derive from the Celtic word bior-dun, supposed to mean a settlement on the hill, while younger generation advocates the explanation of the Greek word pyr – fire, as the original settlement was primarily used as a lighthouse for vessels sailing to nearby Greek colony Aegida on the site of today town Koper.


The town has preserved the medieval layout with narrow streets and compact houses, which rise in steps from the coastal lowland into the hills and give the whole area a typical Mediterranean look.

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 Gregorčičeva 38a, 6330 Piran

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