Kirche in idyllischer Natur in Südjütland, Dänemark

Nature highlights on the Baltic Sea Cycle Route

Feeling the wind in your hair as you ride along the coast beside sandy beaches and quiet islands is one of the best reasons to cycle the Baltic Sea Cycle Route. All along the route, you can take detours to discover dolphins, birds and nature reserves too.

It's all part of the Danish experience - and it's all best seen by bike. Nature is a constant delight along the N8 cycle route, offering everything from impressive views of fjords, cosy country lanes and plenty of wildlife (including our adorable red squirrels) inbetween. It all combines to offer a delightful take on our little island nation. The N8 winds a route through our landscape, across bridges and islands and up and down our slight inclines, which we like to call mountains. These are the nature highlights that you can visit along the way, and are just a handful of the many options out there. 

South Zealand & Møn

The white cliffs of Møn are located south of Copenhagen

The cliffs of Møn

Møns Klint, the Cliffs of Møn, are one of Denmark's most impressive natural sights. These 128-metre-high chalk cliffs rise out of clear turquoise-green water along 7 km of coastline - and there's plenty to explore nearby. Jump off your bike and walk down the 497 steps from the top of the cliff to the beach, enjoy the view of the surrounding forest from the various points along the way through Klinteskoven, comb the beach for 70 million-year-old fossils, belemnites and amber, or visit GeoCenter Møns Klint to learn how Denmark was created.



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
Castles & culture on the Baltic Sea Cycle Route
Valdemars Castle is located on the island of Tåsinge in Denmark
Unique local towns along the Baltic Sea Cycle Route
Luftaufnahme der Stadt Svenborg im Süden von Fünen, Dänemark
Practical information about the Baltic Sea Cycle Route
Mann mit gepacktem Fahrrad vor einem Haus auf dem Dänischen Ostseeradweg in Südjütland