The route, which will be finally available in 2024, will comprise 80 stages covering some 3,000 kilometers across Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Kosovo, and Serbia.
Here’s a short sneak peek of the route:
A new treat for all cycling enthusiasts on less traveled roads is in the making. Trans Dinarica, as the new cycle route is called, will link eight countries in the Western Balkans: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Kosovo, and Serbia. In Slovenia, the route will start in the country’s west, in the Posočje region, and then run through the Vipava Valley, Karst, and Brkini to the Croatian border. The developers say the Trans Dinarica is designed to be suitable for the broadest possible range of cyclists. It will follow asphalted and dirt roads, and visit as many sights and nature parks as possible, with an emphasis on getting to know the diverse culture and local gastronomy on offer.
The Trans Dinarica is currently under construction and can be followed on the www.transdinarica.com website, Facebook, and Instagram pages, and the route will be finalized in 2024 when detailed navigation data will also be available.