Around the town Oldenburg, in the north-west of Lower Saxony lies the beautiful Ammerland. A region that every is on the bucket list of every true nature lover. It presents itself as a large perfectly cultivated garden system with its diversified undulating landscape.
Forests, fields and hedges. Moors, the sea and canals. The paths through the beautiful “Garden-Landscape” are varied and offer numerous bike routes. Here we have compiled a few of the Ammerland bike routes for you, to give you a glimpse of what you’ll find in the north.
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Oldenburg can hardly be spared on a bike tour through the Ammerland. There is a lot to see here, such as the Oldenburg Castle, the Museum of Nature and Man, the picture galleries in Prinzenpalais and Augusteum and the Horst Janssen Museum. The way to Oldenburg is an idyllic tour that takes you via Bloherfelde through the large Wildenloh to Friedrichsfehn and Petersfehn.
The route leads from the water to Rastede and back. On the long, varied route you'll cycle through particularly beautiful moor areas. In Jaderberg there is even the animal and leisure park Jaderberg, which invites you to visit. The area north of Jaderberg is particularly beautiful, because it is crossed by numerous channels. Great route.