The first bike-hiking guide to Slovenian Istria

Published: 4.8.2013

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The first bike-hiking guide to Slovenian Istria

The Slovenian Coast is not just coastal towns with a medieval look like Piran, Izola and Koper, or the more modern Portorož. Discovering the rural hinterland of Slovenian Istria, which hides a row of interesting historic Istrian villages and serves up excellent authentic cuisine, is increasingly sought after. Hence forth, it will help guide guests to often hidden gems along enticing cycling, hiking and equestrian trails.

The first bike-hiking guide to Slovenian Istria

The Slovenian Coast is not just coastal towns with a medieval look like Piran, Izola and Koper, or the more modern Portorož. Discovering the rural hinterland of Slovenian Istria, which hides a row of interesting historic Istrian villages and serves up excellent authentic cuisine, is increasingly sought after. Hence forth, it will help guide guests to often hidden gems along enticing cycling, hiking and equestrian trails.

The first guide is a brochure entitled "Enjoy the countryside" which describes the range of cycling, hiking and horse riding trails available throughout Slovenian Istria. Lovers of new experiences will find 17 different opportunities for cycling, hiking and equestrian trips along Route 39.

The guide has been put together by the Portorož Tourist Board in cooperation with Izola tourism associations and the Koper Tourist Organisation, and is available in the tourist information offices of the three coastal municipalities in Slovenian-Italian and English-German versions. It will be available from the beginning of August at Portorož web site in the form of an interactive map, and is also available as a mobile application in the Slovenian, Italian, German, English and Russian languages.

The brochure can be viewed here.

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