Lalandia is for the kids! But, this waterpark is also a welcome break for adult cyclists who need a little rest or a place to wait for the rain clouds to clear. To...
The town of Nakskov stems from the Middle Ages and is worth spending a little extra time in. Quaint little streets with delightful old buildings from around the 1600’s and interesting museums, boat-trips on the fjord, superb restaurants and plenty of places to stay, make this little town worth a visit.
The Baltic Sea Cycle Route continues from Nakskov Fjord on Stage 3. This is an exceptional part of the route as you journey along the Baltic coastline, all the way to Rødby – a mere 30km of peaceful countryside along Denmark’s longest dike. The first part gives you a phenomenal view out over Nakskov Fjord, full of tiny islands. The second part, on the south coast of Lolland, is of the open sea on one side and a stunning and varied landscape on the other.
As you arrive in Rødby, where the new Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link Tunnel will replace the ferry to Puttgarden, you can treat yourself to a spa, sauna and massage in Lalandia, before cycling further north into the country or perhaps a quick dip in the sea from the jetty on the nearby beach, would suffice. The stretch of land between Rødby and Maribo is just as quiet and devoid of traffic as the dike, as you ride along a disused railroad the whole way.
57 km stable gravel,
13 km asphalt
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By clicking on the map, you will find the route. You may also find accommodation, restaurants, bike repair shops and much more.
Click the icon with the 9 dots to find your special places along the Baltic Sea Cycle Route.
GPS download is also available on the map. Click the arrow on the left hand side and select the file that suits you.
Nakskov Fjord is a nature park with many unique attractions. Pay special attention to the 7km long peninsular named ‘The Elbow’. The light between the fjord and the Belt of Langeland is one to behold. The Elbow is proud to have the world’s oldest and most well-preserved herring market place, from the Middle Ages. You can wander out on to the tip of the peninsular or choose to experience it by boat.
The largest of the fjord’s ten islands is Enehøje with an unusually hilly terrain and a varied ecosystem due to the particular flora and rare insects that are found on the somewhat sandy island. The island is also called Peter Freuchens Ø, named after a Greenland explorer who lived on the island from 1926 – 1940 and built an arch, formed from the bones of a whale jaw, on the highest point of the island. If you visit on a mild spring evening, you can’t help but notice the evening chorus of the toads and frogs that live in the nature park.
The Fehmarn Tunnel Information Centre
The tunnel across the Fehmarn belt will be the world’s biggest immersed tunnel and once finished, it will be possible to drive fro...
The Dike of Lolland
The Dike of Lolland was built after the great flood of 1872, which cost eighty-two people their lives. The 63km long dike does not only serve to prote...
Hestehoved Camping is beautiful situated by Nakskov Fjord in the recreational area Hestehoved with lots of beautiful...
Albuen Strand Camping is beautifully situated in the south-western part of Lolland. It is surrounded by the sea on th...
Western Camp is a wonderful and absolute unique family camping ground in real western style.
Good big grounds ...
Redtown B & B in the ferry port town Rødbyhavn is ideally located for bicycle trips along the dike on the South...
Nakskov Tourist Information,
Axeltorv 3, 4900 Nakskov
Buses to/from Tårs including other local and regional buses: www.movia.dk.
Local train to/from Nykøbing F www.lokaltog.dk
Ferry Spodsbjerg-Tårs: www.langelandslinjen.dk
(booking online) +45 70 25 10 25
Maribo Station Local
railway to/from Nykøbing F and Nakskov www.lokaltog.dk
Rødby Ferry Station
Ferry to/from Puttgarden: www.scandlines.com
Intercity Bus: www.global.flixbus.com
Lolland Local and regional buses: www.movia.dk