Liptovská Mara

Liptovská Mara is the second largest dam in Slovakia, there are many places with beautiful views on its banks. We recommend visiting the dam wall, which is a popular place for cyclists and roller skating fans. While you are there, learn to see the famous tower of the Church of Our Lady, which is the only building left from the original village of Liptovská Mara, one of the 13 villages flooded by the dam. The Havránok Archaeological Museum is also nearby.

You can get to this place from Tri Vody either by car or by bicycle along the non-frequented roads through Lazisko, Dúbrava and Vlachy, which cover a distance of 34 km round trip. For the fitter ones we also recommend the circuit around Liptovská Mara.

 

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Bike route to the damn wall

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Bike route around Liptovska Mara (more difficult version)

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