A One-of-a-Kind Glimpse into Ribnica’s Life

A One-of-a-Kind Glimpse into Ribnica’s Life


A guided bike tour of Ribnica is a perfect opportunity to get your heart pumping while you listen to the interesting stories from the town’s past, get to know the local tradition, explore the old town and ride through the narrow streets to the clustered hamlet of Hrovača.

Right next to the village square is the beautifully restored Škrabec Homestead, the local cultural and business hub. The renovated homestead buildings, the Kersnič smithy and the Boštjan House are well worth a visit. If you focus on the peaceful and serene setting for a moment, you will get to hear the pleasant sounds of bees buzzing, a sure sign that there is something sweet nearby.

While there, you can see the colourful beehives and learn about the long-established beekeeping tradition of the Kojek family, who will be happy to tell you all about the bees’ life, the honey-making process, the royal jelly and the like. You will also have an opportunity to visit a honey cellar, as well as taste and buy honey-based products. Invigorated by all the sweet flavours and enjoyable experiences, you will ride through the town streets, past buildings that boast interesting architecture and are full of interesting stories.

You will finish the tour at the Ribnica Handicraft Center, where an experienced local craftsman will help you make a one-of-a-kind product.

Come and join us for an unforgettable experience!

The package includes

A tour of the Museum of Ribnica exhibitions and the Ribnica Castle
A visit to the parish Church of St. Stephen
A bicycle ride through winding town streets and the outskirts
A visit to the Škrabec Homestead
A tasting of honey-based products by the family-run Kojek Beekeeping Homestead
A visit to the Ribnica Handicraft Centre
Handcrafting of a woven basket with the help of a craftsman
City bike rental
A local snack


from 50 / PERSON


a minimum of 4 people

“Handcrafting a woven basket with the help of a craftsman”

“A bike ride around the winding town streets and the outskirts”