Panorama route: Life is sweet

Combine cycling with sailing or golfing by a tranquil island cove

4. Life is sweet

The island of Møn is known for its dramatic tree-capped white cliffs that tumble into the Baltic Sea – a great location for mountain biking but one of the island’s more laidback cycling routes meanders along the scenic cove by medieval Stege, the island’s main town. The 21/42 km route passes picturesque villages with timber-framed cottages and even a small museum farm. At the StaySail Aquacenter in the village of Svensmarke, you can also head out on the quiet waters of the cove in a canoe or sea kayak for that perfect moment of tranquil silence. The town of Stege itself has something for every taste bud – an artisanal candy-maker housed in an old sugar factory and one of Denmark’s many prized microbreweries, Bryghuset Møn. Travellers preferring golf to sailing can combine their cycling experience with a round of golf on the rolling greens by the cove at Hotel Præstekilde.

Where: The island of Møn (Lolland-Falster archipelago, part of the Berlin-Copenhagen Route)
Distance: Short route 21/long route 42 km

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Accommodation: Hotel PræstekildeHotel Stege NorKeldby Camping MønStege CampingCamping Ulvshale StrandStaySail B&B

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New route signage

Bike+Bed quality labelling of bicycle friendly accommodation.
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