Rich in natural and cultural beauties, Vižinada is a true cycling oasis in every season and the cycling trails are the ideal way to discover its natural beauty.

The bike trail „Vižinada“ (101) is 24 km long and connected to several other trails. From the square of Vižinada you follow the road  to Buje, after about 5 kilometers you should turn left, in the villges Vrbani and Narduči. The next 10 kilometers drive along the asphalted road through Bajkini, Vranje Selo, Markovići, Ćuki and Brdo. At the ramp, turn left onto the macadam road, and after 1.1 km turn to the right, to the Vrbanovica viewpoint. Then go back trought the same route and return to the crossradt that leads to Mezgeci ,then  continue to Tadini near Kaštelir. In the village of Tadini, turn left and drive for 3 km through Baldaši, and after crossing the main road in Lašići, turn left for Staniši and drive to the main road to Ferenci. From Ferenci we turn left and arrive at the intersection of the former narrow-gauge Parenzana railway. From here it continues to the right to Vižinada.

Along this path you will find a  dozen of  historic churches and chapels, some markets, restaurants and accommodation in Vižinada and Kaštelir. Views of the unique Istrian landscapes can be recorded at five prominent photo points. You can hire a guide in the tourist information center for riding this bike trail.

The “Trail of delicious flavours and advantures” (102) is 30 km long and it  is connected to several other trails, so you must follow the markings set up to avoid a wrong turn. The trail leads to an area rich with agroturisms, wine and olive oil roads along with numerous cultural monuments and unexplored historical sites. The start of the trail is from the viewpoint at the entrance to the former Parenzana narrow-gauge railway. We follow the path of the narrow-gauge railway that leads to the village of Lašići. We continue along the asphalted road to village Baškoti then we turn to the left for Jadruhi. Another 2 km to Brig, then we are descending  through the forest road to the former Parenzana railway. Rride the railway for the next 3km and turn right to Rakotule, a place rich with historical churches decorated with frescoes. The church of St. Nicholas situated near Rakotule, with the frescoes of Venetian origin and the Glagotic inscripiton along them is very interesting . We continue along the path and before Karojba we turn to the right and reach the village Cerion. From here it continues straight to Vižinada with a short visit to agroturisms located in the villages of Mekiši and Ferenci.

 

More information about the cycling trails can be found at istria-bike.com.