Total distance: 60 km
52,75 km on tarmaced road and 7,75 km gravel path.
Total distance 72 km
69,25 km on tarmaced road and 2.75 km gravel path
Total distance: 75 km
67 km on tarmaced road and 8 km gravel path.
Total Distance 21.5 km on tarmaced roads.
Emtekær is a small village which was under the jurisdiction of the Wedellsborg Estate until the 1900s. Just south of the village there is a marshland area which borders Emtekær Nor, a cove where many ducks and wading birds can be seen.
Total distance: 43 km
41 km tarmaced road
2 km gravel path
Total distance 50.5 km on tarmaced roads.
Svanninge Bakker is a lovely hilly region. (Route 60) Another distinctive attraction is the church of Svanninge Kirke. A high spire, visible from afar, was added to this yellow-washed medieval church during its construction in 1837.
total distance 60 km on tarmaced roads
Total distance: 72.5 km on tarmaced roads
Total distance: 53.5 km : 3.25 km unsurfaced roads.
Total distance: 23 km on tarmaced roads.
Total Distance 55.5 km
52,75 km on tarmaced roads and 2.75 km unsurfaced roads.
Total Distance: 25.5 km on tarmaced roads.
From Nyborg you can go along the beach past the Hotel Nyborg Strand, one of the leading course and conference centres in Denmark, and on to the woods at Teglværkskoven, where several paths lead down to the coast. The municipal building Strandhøj has large and attractive grounds open to the public.
Total distance: 35.5 km of tarmaced road.
Odense can be traced back to the time of the Vikings, when there was a ring fortification down by the river. At the end of the 18th century, Odense was Denmark's largest city outside Copenhagen. The "capital" of Fyn offers many attractions and lots of entertainment. The Tourist Bureau can give you lots of information about these, and places to stay.
Total distance: 54.5 km
42.5 km tarmaced road 12 km unsurfaced roads.
There are a number of old houses well worth seeing in Bogense, the smallest market town on Fyn. The medieval market square is flanked by small trees and squat houses with picturesque facades. The small 'Manneken Pis' statue is a copy of the Brussels landmark, presented to the town by a local inhabitant who was an orphan himself.
The majority of the routes run along the least busy roads, where your chance of meeting another cyclist is greater than meeting any other type of road user.