Izola (Slovenia), Sunday 3 November 2013
The Martinov tek (‘St Martin's Run’) in Slovenia features a hilly and very scenic 11km route around the small town of Izola on the Adriatic coast.
Starting and finishing on the grassy Plaža San Simon (San Simon Beach), participants run on cycleways, roads, trails, and on the seafront promenade.
The race takes runners through vineyards and olive groves, along the disused ‘Parenzana’ railway track, through a former railway tunnel, and then past a fish factory, the old fishing harbour and the modern marina.
In 2012, the Martinov tek had 135 finishers.
Race report and photos: 30. Martinov tek Izola 2010
Venue (Map): Izola (Koper 9km, Trieste 29km, Ljubljana 111km)
Date: 3 November 2013 (Sunday)
Race distance: ca. 11km
Start time: 11.00
Start and finish: Plaža San Simon ("San Simon Beach"), Simonov zaliv ("Simon's Bay"); the start/finish area is located approximately 1.5km west of Izola's old town
Entries: online (up to 30 Oct 2013); late entries on the day (8.00-10.30)
Entry fees: € 13 (up to 30 Oct 2013); € 15 (on 3 Nov 2013)
You get: a souvenir gift, a meal, tea, wine, entry into the post-race prize drawing
Award ceremony: soon after the race
Number of finishers 2012: 135
Event details (in Slovene): center-izola.si
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