Bike Slovenia Green: Wellness Route North
This invigorating Slovenia cycling tour promotes responsible travel by connecting destinations that have been awarded sustainability certification. It weaves through the most beautiful and unspoiled parts of Slovenia and is accompanied by local guides with spa treatments along the way.
The Wellness Cycling tour was launched in cooperation with the Slovenian Natural Spas Association — one of the country’s most engaged and active associations committed to sustainable tourism.
The cycling Slovenia tour begins in its capital, Ljubljana. The path then pedals north toward Kamnik before heading east to Maribor and then into the country’s Pannonian region. You’ll spend 7 cycling days at Slovenian green-certified destinations as you bike your way through the countryside, meeting locals, discovering cultural treasures, and spas filled with thermal water. The northern Slovenia cycling tour ends in Moravci with a visit to Terme 3000, a wellness spa center with more than 60 years of tradition.
The Slovenia Green Wellness Route North is merely a segment of our Wellness cycling tour, which is actually a loop. Due to its length, we divided the route into two sections: North and South. Riders wishing to continue the journey can extend the tour for another 7 scenic cycling days.
You’ll continue cycling in Slovenia from Moravci toward the Prlekija Region and to two of the most beautiful locales on the entire route: Ljutomer and Jeruzalem. A picturesque vineyard-covered countryside surrounded by hills is filled with numerous tourist attractions, divine thermal water parks, and exquisite wineries. On your way to your final destination in Laško, you will also discover the charm of our country’s oldest town, indulge in exquisite local cuisine, marvel at castles, and enjoy the mineral water springs.
Take a sneak peek at our Wellness Route:
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Why are our Bike Slovenia Green tours special?
Because they connect only destinations that have been awarded the Slovenia Green certificate by committing to a green future and developing their tourism in a sustainable manner.