A salty breeze, the sound of the ocean, glittering water: the sea has always fascinated humans. Whether in a small harbour or on a lonely beach, it radiates magic. There are wonderful areas to discover not only on the Baltic Sea coast though, but also in the hinterland, which are often even more peaceful.
In this Collection, we present six magical places in Germany and Denmark that are ideal for exploring by bike. Set off and discover traces of the last ice age, which created erratic landscapes in Denmark including some hills. Cycle around the island of Fehmarn and the lakes in Holstein Switzerland; relax on wide beaches and walk through the countless nature reserves. The magical highlights include castles, manor houses and unique works of art from the Stone Age to the modern age – all are waiting for you.
The Tours vary in length, so there’s something for every fitness level. Even though you often ride through rural areas, you can still find a small inn or fish smokehouse where you can stop for a bite to eat.
Up for an adventure here? Then grab your bike and start riding! We wish you lots of fun and many magical moments on your adventures.
NATURA covers the Baltic Sea in Schleswig-Holstein and Denmark and is part of the Interreg project "REACT 1.2 - Resort for Active Coastal Tourism". It’s supported by Interreg Germany-Denmark with funding from the European Regional Development Fund. interreg5a.eu
The hilly area in the north of the island of Lolland is affectionately called Lolland's Alps. Here some hills loosen up the landscape, otherwise the island is completely flat.
You start your round at the harbor in Collaræs, where the ferries to Femø and Fejø depart. A few minutes south of it there are…
The tour through Holstein Switzerland takes you to the unique landscape along the lakes around Plön. You won't see any snow-covered Alpine peaks, but the landscape is always loosened up by smaller and larger hills.
You can easily reach Plön by train. From the train station, you first drive to the Lasner…
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Wide sandy beaches, bustling harbors and quiet nature reserves. Fehmarn offers many ways to spend a magical time on the island. Just grab your bike and circle the Baltic Sea island.
From Lemkenhafen you drive clockwise to the beach of Gold, which is very popular with kite surfers. Continue via Fehmarnsund…
The Baltic Sea resort of Timmendorfer Strand is a very popular holiday resort for young and old. For good reason, because both active holidaymakers and leisurely beach holidaymakers get their money's worth in the fashionable seaside resort. And there are many interesting things to discover.
On this short…
Regional route 55 starts in Odense, the third largest city in Denmark, and takes you to the enchanting south of the island of Fyn (Fünen). After cycling through the old town, you cycle out of Odense on small roads.
Small towns and villages are on your way and there are always little treasures to be discovered…
Along the Istidsruten (Ice Age Route) you can travel 20,000 years into the past. At that time, Denmark was covered by a dense layer of ice, which had a lasting effect on the landscape that you can observe from a bicycle today.
The first stage goes from Øster Lyng to Holbæk. You wind your way along the…
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