Take a different trail every time
Lovers of on-road biking can find interesting trails that lead you across various terrains, so you can choose to experience a different adventure every time.
You can bike on more than 150 km of biking trails with various difficulty levels. If you want to experience your adrenaline pumping, visit a bike park in Kranjska Gora offering freestyle mountain biking options and an adrenaline-fuelled ride across tables, jumps, swings, and other obstacles.
Bovec is one of the most beautiful biking destinations with some of the most well-known mountain and on-road tours, some of which stretch to nearly 100 km. Numerous biking trails (a total of 395 km), which lead through the prettiest corners of the Bovec Region, offer pleasure both for recreational cyclists and for mountain bikers.
Maribor – the Pohorje Hills
You can bike along the River Drava, on the wine-growing rolling hills or the Kozjak Hills, on the forest trails of the Pohorje Hills, in bike courses and on downhill trails. This area offers more than 1000 km of biking trails, from simple to advanced ones, from flat to mountain ones, from downhill to uphill ones, from sports to family ones.
Tolmin and Kobarid
The towns of Kobarid and Tolmin are located where the Mediterranean, the Dinaric, and the Alpine worlds meet, and they offer no less than 73 biking routes. These routes run through the Soča Valley, along the River Nadiža and above it, through the Baška Grapa Valley, the Trebuša Valley, across the Šentvid Plateau, and even cross the former border into the Slavia Friulana Region. The routes are 20 to 50 km long and they are divided into three difficulty categories.
This 20 km long and 5 km wide valley surrounded by a picturesque mountain range with mountain pastures offers many opportunities for trips with various difficulty levels. Lake Bohinj is suitable for family biking as well as for more advanced mountain and on-road bikers.
The Idrijsko and Cerkljansko Regions
Ride into a landscape of adventures and peace, through untouched nature, past crystal clear rivers, and meet the friendly locals. You can choose to go on either short and easy or long and difficult routes. This dynamic region with distinct untouched nature has numerous trails and a recognisable cultural and technological heritage. Also visit the Javornik Bike Park with “freeride” and downhill programmes.
Zreče and Rogla Plateau
214 km of biking trails in the middle of nature, in the pleasant and mild highland climate, on many marked and unmarked biking trails, which you can also explore with modern navigational devices. The biking routes have two main starting points: Zreče with the Terme Zreče Spa and the Rogla Ski Resort.
The Posavje Region and Brežice
For families, occasional cyclists, and advanced recreational cyclists, this is an excellent destination for mountain and on-road biking. Individual biking trails are from 15 to 60 km long, and more than 1500 km of biking trails are available in total. Each route also has a shorter version and all routes are interconnected.
The Dolenjska Region
Numerous biking routes run along the River Krka, leading you through wonderful nature, past natural, cultural, and historical sites. There are 12 circular trails with the starting point in Šmarješke Toplice or at Hotels Otočec. Some are more than 65 km long. In total, there are more than 540 km of biking trails available.
The Notranjska Bike Park
More than 500 km of biking trails mostly run on side paths (dirt and gravel roads, meadow and forest trails). Everyone can choose from ten themed trails according to their physical fitness.
The Moravske Toplice Spa and its surroundings
Due to its location on the border between the plains and the hills of the Goričko Natural Park, the Moravske Toplice Spa is especially attractive. They have ten themed biking trails that are from 5 to 50 km long. Some have a slight elevation difference and some are completely flat. All routes are circular – the starting point and the end are at the Moravske Toplice Spa.
Bike through Slovenia
Road biking is very common in Slovenia. Numerous trails run on various terrains in a clean natural environment.
Special care is always taken of bikers at selected Slovenian hotels, hostels, and tourist farms.
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Bike through Slovenia
Dynamic Slovenian landscapes offer you a wide range of opportunities to take various biking holidays.
Numerous trails in forests and amidst mountain peaks are suitable for beginners and world-class cyclists. Simply visit one of the many marked biking trails, and adrenaline junkies can also visit multiple locations for downhill rides on mountain bikes.
Take your children to a world that they have never seen before. You can bike on forest trails or on special biking trails. To spend an active and healthy holiday, choose between a mountainous or coastal environment, Pannonian plains or rolling hills.
Choose your biking destination in the different landscapes of Slovenia. Learn about the natural wealth of each region. Biking tours that take you through diverse landscapes, past natural and cultural sites.
Take your bike to bike parks, where you can get your adrenaline pumping and gain new experiences. Discover how well you “master” your bike. Beginners and professionals alike will be happy to ride on the biking trails in the many bike parks.
Gaze into the distance and take a bike ride on picturesque trails. Long-distance trails in Slovenia wind their way through dynamic landscapes in different parts of the country – along the River Drava, on the coast, in the Alpine world, and along the River Mura.
Learn about natural and cultural features
Slovenia is the only country in Europe that combines the Alpine and the Mediterranean worlds, the Pannonian Plains and karst regions. You will always be amazed at how quickly the landscape changes.
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