Only a two hour flight from the UK, nestled in a corner between Italy, Austria and Croatia, this little country, only 20,000 square km in size (roughly the same as Wales), with a population of only 2 million people, boasts almost 10,000 km of marked paths. It is often called “Europe in miniature” for the glorious variety of its scenery, including fairytale castles, alpine flower meadows, gorges and ravines, high limestone peaks and extensive karst caves. It offers some of the best biking in Europe.
When biking we generally have the roads to ourselves; apart from crossing a few turistic points like Bled, Bohinj, en route there is generally complete peace and tranquillity , even in high summer.
You’ll find a peaceful, friendly, prosperous country, completely unspoilt by tourism, with stunning scenery. Slovenia joined the EU in 2004 and adopted the Euro in 2007.


How to get to Vila Triglav on the Pokljuka plateau?

From Radovljica or from Kranj - Jesenice highway: turnright at the crossroad with traffic light in Bled, (direction Pokljuka). After three kilometers the road brings you to the village Zgornje Gorje. Follow the main road uphill for another 8 kilometers. When you come to the crossroads for Bohinj go straight for another 2,5 kilometers and turn left. After 450 meters turn left and drive uphill to Vila Triglav.

GPS: N46 20 13.7 E13 57 51.2