For those cyclists interested in the wine tourism there is an interesting offer - „Bicycle Wine Route”. The route starts at the border crossing in Konieczna and leads through: Bartne, Owczary, Sękowa, Korczyna, Biecz, Moszczenica, Staszówka, Siedliska, Bobowa, Gorlice, Łużna, Lipnica Wielka, Gródek nad Dunajcem, Bartkowa, Rożnów, Roztoka to Tropie, where it joins the Carpathian Bicycle Trail. There are also plans to extend the route to Slovakia by the Slovakian nowadays and in the past Hungarian Bardejov (which had its own vineyards and wine factory in the area of Tokaj).
,,Carpathian Bicycle Route in Małopolska” was elaborated by the Nowy Sącz Tourist Organization. The course of the trail refers to the historical trate route from Hungary to Wieliczka and Cracow (with some modifications resulting from the specific character of the bicycle tourism). First section of the route starts in Leluchowo at the Polish – Slovakian border and leads through the towns where the duty was collected from the Hungarian wines: Muszyna, Piwniczna-Zdrój, Rytro, Stary Sącz to Nowego Sącza, and further through Rożnów, Tropie, Iwkowa, Lipnica Murowana, Niegowić, Biskupice, Wieliczka to Cracow. The entire route is 175 kilometres long.