A woman enjoying the view in South Jutland during a pitstop along the N8 bike route

The Baltic Sea Cycle Route: by region

Denmark's longest cycling route, the Baltic Sea Cycle Route, is a great way to explore our country's culture. Take a look at the different regions you can cycle through on the route - and their key highlights.

The Baltic Sea Cycle Route gives you the freedom to explore, at your leisure, our most diverse countryside: cornfields, windswept beaches, atmospheric woods and timeless Danish fishing villages on a journey to remember. We think it's a great way to experience the best of Danish lifestyle, from hygge to nature, castles and small town culture, and there's plenty to see along the way. These are the key highlights in each of our regions along the route. 

    The white cliffs of Moen

    South Zealand and Møn

    The Baltic Sea Cycle Route stretches for 170 kilometres along the beautiful region of South Zealand and Møn. The region boasts some of the most beautiful natural areas in Denmark. Discover a treasure trove of landscapes as long, winding roads carry you alongside the Baltic Sea coastline, close to fjords, through dense forests and over hilly terrain to the highest point of Møn. Where the land meets the sea, you can stop and marvel at the dramatic cliffs, from Møns Klint in the south to Stevns Klint in the north.

    Just keep cycling...

    Cycling the Baltic Sea Cycle Route: 820km of hygge on two wheels
    Two people sat with their bikes next to the sea
    Unique local towns along the Baltic Sea Cycle Route
    Luftaufnahme der Stadt Svenborg im Süden von Fünen, Dänemark
    Castles & culture on the Baltic Sea Cycle Route
    Valdemars Castle is located on the island of Tåsinge in Denmark
    Nature highlights on the Baltic Sea Cycle Route
    Kirche in idyllischer Natur in Südjütland, Dänemark