Feel the diversity of Slovenia beneath your feet

If you like to spend your free time actively in pristine nature and learn about local history and features, then Slovenia is the right destination for you. Hiking and biking are the most popular activities for Slovenians. It is not surprising then that there are so many trails for bikers and hikers in Slovenia. Fell the diversity of the landscape in Slovenia on foot or by bike. Riding amid the hills and plains, mountain peaks and forests, along the rivers and lakes of Slovenia is a green fairy tale of its own. Experience Slovenia on the most beautiful hiking and biking trails.

Hike Slovenia in stages

Set off along the Slovenian Mountain Trail, the longest and most popular hiking trail in Slovenia, running from beautiful green Pohorje to the astonishing Alps and the Adriatic coast. Gather wonderful images of Slovenia on trails that also pass through different European countries. On the Alpe Adria Trail you can discover the nature, culture and cuisine of three countries – Slovenia, Austria and Italy. The Via Alpina offers a genuine experience of the Alpine world. Traverse Slovenia from the Soča to the Mura on European Long-Distance Path E7. Or explore the diverse Slovenian landscape between the Drava and Strunjan on European Long-Distance Path E6.

Take a hike along the most beautiful trails in Slovenia

A wide range of interesting and diverse trails will excite any hiker. In addition to diverse long-distance trails, you can also venture on shorter routes, which are equally picturesque. Discover some of the most attractive Slovenian hiking trails, which will reward you with marvellous views and pristine nature.

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Hunt for the best outdoor biking experiences 

Bikers will also get their fair share of enjoyment in Slovenia while riding through the picturesque countryside. Take a ride along special biking trails where you will learn about the original features of Slovenian regions.

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Wander off onto other paths

Walk through the fertile fields and rolling hills of eastern Slovenia. Discover the romantic world of floating mills on the river Mura, the dreamy plains and hill vineyards of the Radgonsko-Kapelske Gorice and Goričko districts on the Via Pomurje. Along the Zasavje Long-Distance Path running from the Bizeljsko wine district to the summit of Mt Kum, a special experience awaits you in the area's characteristic repnice – underground cellars for storing wine and produce. The Via Bela Krajina will reveal to you this hospitable and colourful corner of south-eastern Slovenia, where you can taste the unique charm of this land of silver birch trees by the river Kolpa and discover its fascinating legends and customs.

Experience the incredible diversity of the Trans Slovenia mountain cycling tour connecting three countries – Slovenia, Italy and Austria. The Trans-Karavanke Cycle Route offers you spectacular views, tranquillity and a genuine contact with nature. Discover Pohorje by bike on the Pohorje Cycle Route.

Choose your favourite route

Every hiker and cyclist will find the route or trail that is right for them in Slovenia, whatever their level of fitness. Discover Slovenia's diverse landscape and gather new energy with refreshing food and drink along the way.

Hiking

Slovenia is a hiking paradise. More than 10,000 kilometres of marked hiking trails.

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Biking

Explore Slovenia by bike. The dynamic landscapes of Slovenia, with their countless natural beauties, are ideal for a biking holiday.

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Regions

In its small corner of the world, Slovenia is the only European country lying at the crossroads of the Alps, the Mediterranean, the Karst and the Pannonian Plain.

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Around Slovenia by bike or by foot

Good dishes at stopovers along well-marked trails

Around Slovenia by bike or by foot

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