Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)
The Baltic Sea Cycle Route runs from the Danish-German border along the entire Baltic coast, including the circumnavigation of the island of Rügen, to the German-Polish border at Ahlbeck. In the new cycle network Germany, this route is called D-Route 2 (D2).
This stretch of road is good - but you have to overcome some gradients - but then makes the downhill all the more fun.radreise-wiki.de/Ostseek%C3%BCstenradweg
August 27, 2019
At the moment I am on the go as a test driver for go.e bike with the onwheel. totally great to drive here. Since I have a bike trailer with me for the little mouse, I need more power and that was great today, especially because I just made it to a simple mountain bike.
our tour is totally beautiful, lots of nature and nice people. There is always a Waldschänke to make break for in between. So it's best to pack a small fruit snack and enjoy nature during a break. Our little one was totally excited.
April 20, 2019
The Baltic Sea Cycle Route mainly runs on quiet country roads, asphalt or water-bound cycle paths and forest and field paths that are easy to use. However, there are also sections with typical local concrete slab paths and occasionally cobblestone streets.
This section of the route is easily passable throughout.Further information:auf-nach-mv.de/ostseekuesten-radfernweg
October 8, 2020
The wonderful, natural beach with its large boulders, the light-flooded deciduous forest with centuries-old trees, the endless fields that sway through the landscape - all of this has a special charm in every season and also invites you to take long walks and bike rides in the colder months. Connected to the Baltic Sea Cycle Route, you can explore the coast from here in a fresh breeze and breathtaking views.urlaub-in-boltenhagen.de/urlaub-in-gross-schwansee.html
October 8, 2020
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