Nordic forests, clear lakes, rocky archipelagoes and secluded sandy beaches await you on the North Sea Coast Cycle Path through Sweden. Breathtaking bridges, exciting cities and historical traces of warlike Vikings provide an exciting change of scenery in between.
The entire North Sea Coast Cycle Path is over 6,000 kilometers (3,700 miles) long and runs through Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Great Britain. In Sweden, 400 kilometers (248 miles) of cycle paths take you from the Norwegian border to Varberg on the Swedish coast. The route winds its way through Sweden's unique nature and passes through charming villages and large cities such as Gothenburg.
The starting point of the Swedish part of the North Sea Coast Cycle Path is in Halden, which lies just behind the Norwegian border; a starting point you can easily reach by train. If you come directly from the Norwegian part of the North Sea Coast Cycle Path, you can also skip Halden and continue directly onto the first Swedish section of the cycle path.
If the stages are too long for you and you'd prefer to cycle leisurely through Sweden, you can simply divide the day trips into two parts, because there are always small towns along the way which are suitable as stage destinations, as well as countless campsites along the route.
At the endpoint of the Tour in Varberg, you will have access to the ferry to Grenå in Denmark, where the North Sea Coast Cycle Path continues. If your journey ends here, you can also depart by train from Varberg.
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Last updated: December 6, 2021
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The 17th stage of the North Sea Cycle Route takes you from Halden in Norway to Tanumshede in Sweden. Right at the beginning of the 78-kilometer tour, you drive across Svinesund, which forms the natural border between Norway and Sweden. On the further course of the route, we will drive over small hills…
Today, on the second leg through Sweden, just under 80 kilometers from Tanumshede to Lysekil are waiting for you. After the first few kilometers, you will already pass a highlight of this route: rock paintings from the Bronze Age, which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Afterwards we continue…
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It starts on the 67 kilometers from Lysekil to Stenungsund with a ferry ride over the Gullmarn, which is the only real fjord in Sweden. Afterwards there are two more times with a ferry over small branches of the fjord, and then finally ride on the bike direction Richtugn south.
Shortly before the final…
Today, you can look forward to a shorter stage that will take you from Stenungsund to Gothenburg for 58 kilometers. The tour has two beautiful slopes for you, which are evenly distributed over the track, so you can enjoy even in between flat parts.
At the beginning it goes south until you change course…
From Gothenburg today it goes on a fairly flat and relaxed route to Kungsbacka. The approximately 54 kilometers lead you on the way south to the wonderful archipelago near Gothenburg, where you have a wonderful view of the sea and the many small rocky islands.
Afterwards you drive a good distance on the…
On the last leg of the North Sea Coast Cycle Route in Sweden we will travel from Kungsbacka to Varberg. The approximately 62-kilometer tour will first take you over a slightly higher section of the track, from where you have a great view in all directions. You can see the sea on one side and a large…
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