The chapter discusses the landscape as the meeting place of the natural and cultural heritage. It focuses on the inadequate management of the landscape as heritage, particularly the lack of coordination between different actors and managers from (new) nature and culture. It studies heritagization of the landscape of the Sečovlje salt pans on the Istrian peninsula in the northeast of the Adriatic Sea. It outlines the heritagization of medieval salt-making in the Designated Landscape Area. It presents the heritagization of the landscape by art, the tourist industry, of nature and biodiversity, and the discord in managing medieval saltworks heritage. It discusses the role of the landscape from the point of view of the protected natural landscape as Eurocentric understandings versus indigenous landscape as indigenous knowledge systems. Also in Europe, there is a discourse on the lack of space for the “non-elite and indigenous voice”. In conclusion, it outlines that the story of the landscape consists of collaborative stories of natural and cultural heritage. The separation of natural and cultural heritage is artificial, especially in the case of the landscape.