Slovenian Coast

Are you prepared to discover Slovenia’s diverse coastline?

Minimum 5 person (mini van)
8 A.M. – 8 P.M.
Starting point: Hotel Krim Bled
Every Tuesday (from April to October)

Price: 90€ with bike /person
NOT INCLUDED: lunch in Dutovlje, wine botles, local likers


Slovenia’s Adriatic coast is just 46km long! It may not be so spectacular with mind-blowing beaches, but the cities in this part of the country are simply amazing. And they’re quite different from the cities located in other parts of Slovenia. Yes, it’s true, the cities located on the coast of Slovenia give the impression like you’re in a different country while still exploring the Slovenian culture. There’s something about the Adriatic Sea and the climate in this region that brings some exquisite charm to these places.


Koper is initially unappealing but actually conceals an attractive medieval old town that is well worth a visit. All along the coast you can find excellent Italian influenced cuisine and plenty of fresh seafood. Inland from the coast is wine growing country dotted with old Istrian hilltop villages, which often have views of the Alps and the Adriatic
The main draw is Piran, a magnificent medieval Venetian town on a peninsula jutting into the Adriatic centred around the lovely Tartini Square and overlooked by an imposing and beautiful hilltop cathedral. The town is a compact maze of charming medieval streets and alleys and offers a good range of places to eat as well rocky beaches on the edge of town. A few kilometres from Piran in one direction is Izola another charming Italianate seaside town with the tiny picturesque village of Strunjan between the two with its beautiful coastal views and famous cliffs. A few kilometres in the other direction is Portorož, a cheerful town with all the trappings of a busy seaside resort.


After meeting us in our office in Bled we start our trip with a drive towards Slovenian coast (1,5 hour).
We start our cycling trip from the town Koper towards the city of Izola. Izola is an ancient fishing town where you can take a portion of fresh sea delicacies just in the street, directly from the fishermen.
Here we come to the well known cycling road Parenzana. Parenzana connects three countries and is the rest of the deserted railway line that flowed from Trieste in Italy through Slovenia to Poreč in the Croatian Istria.
We enjoy views of Izola and Triest Bay on the way and pass few old railway tunels. Special experince to drive with bikes trough them.
After a short descent we come to Secovlje bay where we can admire natural salt pans. We stop for a short visit.
Cycling continues along picturesques cost from Portorož towards our final destination – town of Piran. This is definetely time to visit the town and swim in the Mediteran sea.
We finish our tour with amazing view from the roof top of Hotel Tartini and with Istrian culinary – Karst Prosciutto and local wine.


  • Beautifull coastal cities
  • Local seea fod
  • Parenzana cycling road
  • Soline salt pans
  • Piran& swimming
  • Snack with local wines and prosciutto with the best view on the Adriatic ocean


LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: easy to moderate (I – II)
DATES: every Tuesday (from April to October)
DURATION: 12 hours (8.00 a.m – 20:00 p.m.) –  You can decide how long you wish to bike for
NEEDED: active clothes, trekking shoes, swimming suit,  towel
MINI VAN TRIP:  sightseeing trip with van and guide


  • bike
  • helmet
  • guide
  • transportation
  • snacks
  • water&beer
  • wine&cold cuts
  • car transfer to the coast(180 km)
  • pick up in Ljubljana


90€ / person (at min. 5 people in group)


  • bike
  • helmet
  • guide
  • transportation
  • snacks
  • water&beer
  • wine&cold cuts
  • car transfer to the coast(180 km)
  • pick up in Ljubljana


  • lunch
  • see museum in Piran
  • salt in Soline
  • fish snacks in Izola
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