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Minimum number of persons to do the trip is 4 (If you are an individual please contact us via Enquiry form and we will try to find a group for you or organise private trip).
Start at 8 a.m. from Bled or 8.30 a.m. from Ljubljana
Return at 8 p.m. in Bled or 7.30 p.m. in Ljubljana
Cycling from Koper to Izola takes 2,5h. You can decide how long you wish to cycle because you will be accompanied with a minivan all the time
First you will meet up with the guide in our Mamut office in Bled or Ljubljana at a set time. You will jump in the minivan and drive to the Seaside.
Slovenian coastline may be just 46km long – but like the rest of the country punches well above its weight in the number and quality of attractions it offers. Usually first impression of Koper is 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 focus of this trip 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. 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 characteristics of a busy seaside resort.