The Baltic Sea Cycle Route invites you on a 820 kilometers bicycle trip along the coast in southern Denmark.
Six of the Baltic Sea Cycle Route's fourteen stages include Fyn and the Islands, where you are led through a unique landscape that was formed for approx. 15,000 years ago by the glaciers of the Ice Age. As the ice melted, Fyn's slightly hilly landscape emerged, perfect for bike rides.
Fyn is Denmark's third largest island and is located exactly in the middle of the country. The Baltic Sea Cycle Route on Fyn passes by golden fields, leafy green forests and of course along the coast, where there are several places overlooking the archipelago. In other words, you can always treat yourself with an refreshing evening dip after a long day in the saddle.
On the route you will pass small towns and villages, castles and manor houses, vineyards and farm shops. The route takes you to towns such as Middelfart, Assens, Ærøskøbing, Rudkøbing, Nyborg, Svendborg and Faaborg, which are charming with their small alleys, half-timbered houses, cozy shops, cafes, restaurants and lively harbor environments.
The Baltic Sea Cycle Route is clearly signposted and follows smaller roads and cycle paths so you can feel safe as a cyclist.