Denmark: go on an adventure and cycle along the Baltic

Denmark: go on an adventure and cycle along the Baltic

The famous Danish “hygge” (good condition) is also experienced on two wheels! Just take the longest bike path in the country to discover it: here, the distances between sites are short and well thought out, always synonymous with great escapes that combine nature and culture. We cross gorgeous regions and geographical areas: Zeeland, Møn, Lolland Falster, Funen, Lillebælt and South Jutland. The Baltic cycle route, also called the N8, is marked in 14 stages and winds along beaches, but also through dunes, heather, forests dotted with lakes, medieval villages and islands in the country.

“Bicycle Friends”, services and accommodation:

Everything is provided on the N8 so that nothing interferes with your adventure through 820 km: “bicycle friends”, indicated by signs of the same name, are ready to help you in case of tire problems, in case of a big boost patch kits and inner tube. At the bicycle stations you can borrow bicycle pumps for as long as you want, fill a water bottle and buy a ready-made ecological lunch basket. Accommodation (camps, hostels, B&Bs, designer hotels or villas) is designed with cycling in mind, and taverns and gourmet restaurants are within easy reach of cycling routes across the country.

Castles and picturesque villages in West Zealand:

Here, the cycling route winds and winds for 42 km through picturesque villages, en route with charming churches and old castles. Also to be discovered: The Great Belt Bridge with its stunning architecture, the magical 16th century Borreby Herreborg Castle and finally Guldagergaard, the largest ceramic workshop in Northern Europe.

Fjords, dense forests and chalk cliffs in South Zealand:

Over 170 km, the cycling route passes through some of the most outstanding natural areas in the country: the path stretches along the coast near the fjords, passes through dense and fragrant forests and leads to the top of the white and majestic cliffs of Møna, a place unforgettable and wild. Don’t hesitate to let yourself be completely disoriented by the charming town of Skælskør and its wooden houses, as well as Holsteinborg Castle.

100 small islands connected by ferries or bridges in Funen:

The Funen Archipelago is an island universe unto itself and a favorite terrain for cycling enthusiasts. The islands here come in all sizes and are connected by 8 bridges and 4 scenic ferries. The 1200 km cycling route passes through the romantic towns of Nyborg and Svendborg and leads to the charming island of Ærø, where time stands still and nature is enchanting.

Hygge on two wheels for 820 km – VisitDenmark

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