Mikulovsko offers excellent conditions for bicyclists. The region is criss-crossed by a thick network of marked bicycle routes that tie into the long-distance routes and local routes in the neighboring regions. The bicycle routes will take you to the most attractive tourist destinations, and are safe even for the youngest cyclists.
Among the less-demanding family-oriented routes is the circuit around ATC Merkur Pasohlávky which leads along the banks of the Nové Mlýny Reservoirs, the Lednice-Valtice Area routes, and except for the initial way out of Mikulov also the Stará hora bicycle circuit and instructional trail. The circuit around the Pálava Hills offers great views and more challenging terrain by way of Mikulov – Klentnice – Perná – Horní Věstonice – Dolní Věstonice – Pavlov – Klentnice – Mikulov or the Mikulov Instructional Wine Trail. Longer and more demanding routes include the Mikulov Wine Trail or the Moravian Wine Trail. The routes tie into the system of bicycle trails in the border areas of neighboring Austria.
You can come to the region by bike via the Greenways international bicycle route connecting Prague and Vienna, or by way of the Amber Trail, which brings bicyclists from Brno and as far as Poland in the north, past the Pasohlávky recreation area, and continues south towards Vienna. Another possibility is the Moravian Trail that follows the Morava River and passes through the Lednice-Valtice area to Sedlec, where it connects onto the international Greenways Prague-Vienna route.
By bike you can reach almost anywhere. There are exceptions, of course, which we would ask you to respect. These are the valuable natural reserves for which access is limited to foot along marked trails, and parts of the Lednice-Valtice area such as the chateau park in Lednice.