The cycle route "the sights of the Stropkov district"

The wooden temple in the village of Potoky
The wooden temple in the village of Potoky
The lookout tower near the town of Stropkov
The lookout tower near the town of Stropkov

This cycle route is a circuit, it begins and ends in the town of Stropkov. It is 32 km long and marked with a blue mark. The main route leads from the town through the villages of Chotča, Vyškovce, and Tisinec with links to the villages of Veľkrop and Potoky. In Veľkrop is the largest war cemetery from the First World War in Slovakia. The highest point of the route is the hill Kozia brada (471 m above sea level), where you can sleep in a tourist shelter hut. Not far from here is located the village of Potoky, where there is a wooden temple from 1773. The temple is registered as a national cultural monument. From the hill Kozia brada there is a cycle route to the village of Tisinec. Near the village, you can visit the Jewish cemetery with more than 1000 tombstones, which date back to the mid-18th century. The route continues through the Tisinec village along the first-class road to the Stropkov town.

The cycling route leads along paved but also forest paths. In addition to a pleasant stay in nature, on this bik route, you will learn interesting information from the history of this region. If you want to cycle this Stropkov bike route with your family, don't forget to visit Animal Park, the Stropkov Castle, or the war cemetery, which is part of the town cemetery. You can also enjoy the views offered by the two lookout towers located around this town.

The manor house in the town of Stropkov
The manor house in the town of Stropkov