Many hiking and recreational routes allow you to make a genuine contact with nature and friendly locals. Select a route according to your needs and/or wishes, longer or shorter, easier or more challenging, through the plains or vineyards etc. Take a trip on your own or in a selected company and enjoy the wonderful and unique travel experience.


The hiking and thematic routes are listed below and can be downloaded to your computer can also be found on the TIC Moravske Toplice.

Name of the path (trail/way) Relation (villages) and major stops (emphasis) Length Difficulty

Pot kulturne dediščine

(Culture heritage path)


Bogojina – Trnavski Breg – Filovski Breg – Gaj – Filovci

Sights: Plečnik’s Church in Bogojina, Gaj open-air museum featuring traditional thatched houses and pottery village in Filovci, winery, local providers of catering and other services

10 km


Path: asphalt, gravel, forest path

Sladka pot

(Sweet path)


Ratkovci – Berkovci – Ivanjševci

Honey-bread bakery Jožica Celec in Ratkovci Časar’s mill beekeeping Kozic
in Ivanjševci

8 km


Path: asphalt, gravel, forest path

Pot vinotočev

(Wine path)


Tešanovci – Suhi Vrh – Zgornji Moravci – Moravske Toplice

Wineries and vineyards help shape the contours and image of the landscape which is typical of a region that ascends from the Pannonian Plain and transitions into the first hillsides of Goričko. On the way, you can make a stop at one of the local catering or other service providers.

12 km Demanding.
Path: asphalt, gravel

Prosenjakovska pot

(Prosenjakovci path)

Prosenjakovci – Selo

Romanesque rotunda, protestant church

8 km Medium
Path: asphalt, gravel, forest path

Panonska pot

(Pannonian path)


Moravske Toplice – Mlajtinci – Tešanovci – Ivanci – Bogojina – Suhi Vrh – Zgornji Moravci

The Panonian trail leads to many cultural and natural sites located. We recommend a visit to the modern tourist centre, which preserves the local cultural heritage, as well as a trip to wine cellars and vineyards which offer amazing scenic views over the walked routes.


long: 20 km,

short: 4 km

Long path: demanding; short path: easy
Path: asphalt, gravel, forest path

Geografska učna pot

(Geographic Nature learning path)

Selo – Berkovci

Romanesque rotunda, creek mill

6 km Medium
Path: asphalt, gravel, forest path

Evropska pešpot E7 SLO

(European hiking path E7 SLO)

The E7 European long-distance international footpath running through various European countries, from areas at the Atlantic Ocean through the Mediterranean, past Lake Garda, and all the way to south Hungary.

Four sections of the E7 SLO European footpath lead through the Goričko Hills: Moravske Toplice – Kančevci monastery – Kamenek lookout tower – Gornji Petrovci – Hodoš.

Jože Ružič
Mobile: 041 614 672
E-mail address: ruzicjoze@volja.net



27 km around 8 and a half hours of walking

Pomurska planinska pot – Via Pomurje

(Pomurje hiking path)

The Pomurje hiking trail was established in 1962. The first eight sections lead over the Goričko hills and through the villages of Murska Sobota, Selo, Gornji Petrovci, Martinje, Dolič, Serdiški breg, Rogašovci, Grad, Bodonci and Radenci.

Jože Ružič
Mobile: 041 614 672
E-mail address: ruzicjoze@volja.net


around 22 hours of walking

Evropska pot sv. Martina Tourskega

(European path of St. Martin Tourski)

In 2005, the Council of Europe awarded the European Cultural Route award to a trail leading from Szombathely in Hungary to the French city of Tours. The route connects towns and cities that marked the life of one of the most popular European saints. Saint Martin was born in Szombathely, in the former Roman settlement of Savaria. He was buried in Tours. The European Saint Martin of Tours Route, with the entire trail being 2500 km long, connects the two cities.

Hiking trails of Saint Martin in the Moravske Toplice municipality:

S-06 (H – SLO)

S-07 (SLO) 
Kobilje–Dobrovnik–Bogojina–Moravske Toplice–Martjanci

S-08 (SLO) 
Martjanci–Murska Sobota–Krog–Tišina–Petanjci–Radenci



okrog 2500 km

Author of the text: TIC Moravske Toplice.

(Tourist information office)
Kranjčeva 3
SI-9226 Moravske Toplice

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Saturday: 7.00–15.00
Sunday and holidays: 8.00–14.00

Summer time
Monday-Friday: 8.00–20.00


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