The island offers more than 1,000 km of cycling routes going through beautiful landscapes. Plan a cycling holiday on Fyn, tailored to suit you and your family - whether you dream of becoming one with nature and spending the night outside at one of the small nature campsites, going through beautiful landscapes with the luxury of baggage transport and good hotels or taking the bicycle from island to island in the archipelago of South Fyn
And Fyn is indeed very cycling-friendly - with uniform biking signs as well as pleasant and varying scenery and an infra-structure on cyclists' terms where you do not have to look far for specially designed cycle track or lanes. All this have made Fyn one of the most sought-after cycling destinations.
The cycle routes cover the entirety of Fyn as well as the islands Langeland and Ærø. They are all described in detail and plotted out on the most cycle-friendly roads.
You will be guided safely through the most beautiful routes on Fyn.
While cycling, time is your own. You can take a rest or step on it – whichever suits you. The landscape on Fyn is a charming blend of coastlines, forests, fields and cultural sights. 123 castles and mansions have been scattered loosely around the green island so stop when you see a castle tower glint in the sun and enjoy the beautiful buildings from times past.
During many summers, the writer was a welcomed guest at Funen manour houses and castles. A number of these houses are now open to visitors, so you can get close to Andersen's experiences.
On Fyn there are an exceptional number of farm shops and barn door outlets, and there are a number of restaurants which only use locally produced ingredients.
Whether you jump in the saddle for a tough 333 km ride all the way along the coast of Funen, race on wheels in the elite for 180 km, or just come to the party at the finish line, you can look forward to a wonderful summer experience with the bike race Fyen Rundt