To ride from central Slovenia on edge of Karst (or reverse) we can recommend also nice narrow roads, avoiding highway’s heavy traffic and cities’ traffic jams. The route starts on leaving highway E61 (Ljubljana-Koper) on Logatec exit and leads on local roads to highway H4 to Ajdovščina (the highway to Nova Gorica). It’s 62km long. The route is nice for a slow ride to enjoy the landscape.
Start at Preddvor taking road 210 to Jezersko. Soon after Zgornje Jezersko village (“jezero” is Slovenian word for lake) is a nice place with a restaurant by the Planšarsko jezero (lake) – about 300m to the right from the road 210.
Take the border pass to Austria and soon after arriving in the valley turn right to Pavličevo sedlo (Paulitsch Saddle). Pavlič Saddle is another mountain and border pass back to Slovenia.
If you are rarely in this area, take time and detour to Logarska Valley.
Follow 428 to Radmirje where it joins 225.
From there you can break and head thru Gornji Grad to Kamnik.
Or continue in the direction of Polzela to A1/E57 motorway.
In Kamnik take the road 225 in the direction of Gornji Grad. The road will take you over the mountains to Savinjska Valley
At the West side of Kočevska Reka village take 656 in the direction Osilnica (unmarked intersection).
At Osilnica there is an adrenalin park. Follow the river Kolpa at 657 to Brod na Kolpi.
From Škofja Loka take 403 to Železniki. Continue on 403 then take 909 at Sorica.
The road will take you across the mountains to the North-neighbouring valley. You will arrive at Bohinjska Bistrica.
From Bohinjska Bistrica you can follow 209 West to Lake Bohinj or East to Lake Bled.
Logar Valley is one of the most beautiful alpine valleys in Karavanke where maintaining tourism for those who want beautiful nature, peace and relax, walking, hiking or cycling. Or you can just relax while driving and eat delicious local food and delicious European cuisine. The valley ends with a walking path to the Rinka waterfall.
Food and bed: on more locations. One of them: Hotel Plesnik
A nice look-out road on the sunny slope of the Kamniško-Savinjske Alps will reward you with a view reaching to Ljubljana and beyond.
Route over the alpine passes descends by one of the most beautyful river Soča and continues over remarkable Kras region. There are lot of interesting spots, tourist attractive towns, inns and restaurants… Some published here, rest waiting for you to discover.
The route takes local roads. The road from Kranjska Gora town over Vršič pass requires attention at some turns.
The road 902 was built in 1938. It takes you to the highest point asphalt in Slovenia can reach, and awards you with a very nice panoramic view.