BALTIC SEA CYCLE ROUTE
820 KM OF HYGGE ON TWO WHEELS
Imagine a place where you can switch-off from everyday life while being fully re-energised, a place where land meets the sea. A place where the water’s calming flow follows you, harmonising and keeping rhythm with your wheels as they touch the ground. Imagine a place where you ride along an ebbing and flowing, everchanging coastline with a rich and wondrous diversity of nature, a place where you can ride from one delightful little harbour to the next, passing through typically Danish villages, while later relaxing in modern market towns with ambient and cosy atmospheres. These places exist. These are the places you find along the Baltic Sea Cycle Route.
You’ll meet friendly locals, and you’ll enjoy regional dishes. Stop along the way to explore the historic castles and manor houses on the route. Find a quiet place in nature, sit for a while pondering on life or challenge yourself to do something new.
WHERE IS THE BALTIC SEA CYCLE ROUTE?
The National Route 8
The National Route 8, the Baltic Sea Cycle Route, is 820km (509.5 miles) long and is the longest in the National Cycle Route Network of Denmark. The Baltic Sea Cycle Route takes in the most stunning parts of southern Denmark, including both the west and south of Sjælland (Zealand), Møn, Lolland, Falster, Fyn, Lillebælt and Sønderjylland (southern Jutland).
The 14-stage journey of the Baltic Sea Cycle Route will leave you awestruck with its beauty and full to the brim of life-long memories.
You will find signs with no. 8 all along the Baltic Sea Cycle Route
There are four ferry connections on the Baltic Sea Cycle Route and plenty of opportunity for other smaller ferry journeys.