Bike busses

Attractive bike tours in AT, Italy and Slovenia

Our cycle & leisure buses are equipped with a cycle trailer and introduce you to attractive tours which do not start directly at the front door. You are taken comfortably to Kötschach from where you cycle slightly downhill along the Gail River. Thanks to the transfer to Thörl Maglern, you explore part of the Alpe Adria Cycle Track, known as one of the most beautiful cycle tracks in Austria and Italy, from here. Alternatively, you cycle from Thörl Maglern for around 3.5 hours to Kranjska Gora in Slovenia. Off you go on a diverse holiday in the Nassfeld-Pressegger See region!

Period: from 18.05. - 06.10. 2019

 

 

ITALY: Ciclovia Alpe Adria Cycle Track: Thörl Maglern => Venzone

The "Ciclovia Alpe Adria" cycle track starts in Salzburg and leads to Grado at the Upper Adriatic Sea. Around one week is required to cycle the entire track. The beautiful section from Thörl Maglern in Austria to Venzone is 60.4 km long.

SLOVENIA: Cycle Track Thörl Maglern => Kranjska Gora

The cycle tour starts at the old border crossing Thörl-Maglern on the new Alpe Adria Cycle Track in direction Coccau and continues on old railway tracks to the train station in Tarvisio where you take a left turn to take yet another old railway track to Kranjska Gora.

Information & Registration  
Info & Servicecenter
Nassfeld-Pressegger See
Wulfeniaplatz 1
9620 Hermagor

Tel.: +43 4285 8241
Email: info@nassfeld.at

Groups up to max. 50 people! Registration the day before until 5.00 pm.

 

PAPIN bike hire "Hire and return anywhere"

A special service: Cycling the R3 Gailtal Valley Cycle Track or the R3b Gitschtal Valley Cycle Track, and then taking the train / bus back just as you like. But what about the hire bike? No problem! You can return the hire bike at the next best hire station and don’t have to worry about the bike transport. Regardless of the location where you hired the bike originally! The new cooperation between Europe’s largest bike service provider - “PAPIN Sport“– and the local tourist organisations, regional bike hire stations and public transport operators makes it possible.