Mountains, a view on the sea, and the Karst Prosciutto
With its remarkable diversity seen through the eyes of an seven-day cycling trip, Slovenia offers an experience of views on the peaks of the Kamnik-Savinja and the Julian Alps; exploring the magic of the glacial lakes; the outstanding variance of the hills surrounding the capital; and discovering the authenticity of the Karst region that impresses with its natural and culinary diversity. The bicycle story with a fusion of natural and cultural features is wrapped up with culinary experiences that give each province its appeal.
English and German speaking guide.
Off the beaten path.
Trip duration: 7 days total
6 days on a bike
Season: April – October
Mouintains, a view on the sea, and the Karst Prosciutto
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Is this trip right for me?
During our cycling trip in Slovenia you will visit:
Ljubljana / Škofja Loka and Škofja Loka hills / Velika planina / Pokljuka, Bled, Bohinj / Karst / Vipava valley
Strolling through Ljubljana, exploring the nicest corners of the town, seeing them through the eyes of the locals.
The medieval town of Škofja Loka (second oldest town in Slovenia) with its exciting history.
Visiting shepherd cottages on Velika planina with a view of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps.
Visiting Bled and Lake Bled.
Swimming in Lake Bohinj.
Cycling through the vineyards of Karst.
Tasting the best Slovenian wines.
Culinary experiences in different Slovenian provinces.
We’ll spend the first days in a pleasant family apartment in the town of Medvode, which is an excellent starting point for the first cycling tours. The proximity of Ljubljana also makes evening visits of the city possible. The house also offers a beautiful garden that’s a perfect resting haven after active days. We’ll spend the last two days in a lovely homestead in Karst.
What is included?
Return Ljubljan airport shuttle.
7 nights accommodation in double or twin room.
Professional english speaking guide.
Bike equipment – Electric mountain bike and bike helmet. (If you have your own bike let us know at the reservation.)
Exciting 6 different bike tours.
A ride from pick up location to the starting point of the trip, and a ride back after the tour is concluded.
Full support from our team. In case any technical issues occur, we’ll make sure everything is fixed.
Complete van support every kilometer of the way.
All entrance fees for sightseeing program.
Transportation from your destination to Slovenia and back.
Lunches on daily tours.
Travel and activity insurance.
Since we believe smaller groups mean better experiences, we usually travel in groups of five to ten people. The minimal number of people for an individual group tour is four.
We are also offering private tours. For more info please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org.
The tours are led by experienced cycling guides who know the tour locations like the back of their hands. They will be there for you with their experience and skills any time you’ll need them. They’ll try to make every tour more exciting with the right stories.
All of our tours are planed with stops, where we can find local culinary specialties.
Our cycling tours are suitable both for those who cycle regularly and those who take a cycling trip occasionally. We use electric bikes on our tours to turn even the most difficult trips into an enjoyable journey for those with less stamina or technical skills. Plus, we adjust every tour to your skills and abilities.
Most importantly, you should wear comfortable sports clothes. Please bring bottle of water and sun protection in summer months.
We provide all the cycling gear (bikes, helmets, service first aid, …). Any additional gear or clothes can be stored in a van.
Kids are also welcome, as long as they can cycle independently and can ride for at least 20 kilometers. Please notify us about any children joining when you book a tour. That way we can adjust the difficulty of the tour to them.
Unfortunately, the weather is not up to us, so even the good plans might be ruined due to bad weather. We’ll make sure the tours happen even in less ideal weather, but we need to put your safety first. In case your tour gets cancelled due to bad weather, we’ll fully reimburse you.
Wear comfortable sports clothes. You should also know some of the tours take place in the mountains where temperatures can change rapidly even during the summer. We suggest you bring warm clothes. You should also consider a waterproof jacket in case of bad weather.
Guests ages 18 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children. If you bring a guest that’s under 18, it’s your responsibility to make sure the activities they participate in are age-appropriate.
Flexible cancellation policy:
In case the guest cancels the tour order within 24 hours of purchase, full refund is issued. See cancellation policy.