–There are 3 of them!
There are 11 national cycling routes connecting Denmark, and we at Naturlandet are proud to have 3 of them:
1. The national cycling route 7:
This route is 60 kilometres long (37 miles), stretching from Sjællands-Odde to Rødbyhavn, and the bridge Storstrømsbroen will bring you to Naturlandet.
2.The national cycling route 8:
This route covers all of Naturlandet, stretching from Tårs Havn (the harbour of Tårs in western Lolland) to Stubbekøbing Havn (the harbour of Stubbekøbing) northeastern Falster. This means that you’ll experience 168 kilometres (104 miles) of the most beautiful and the richest landscapes that Lolland-Falster has to offer. Route 8 is also a part of the important international route called EuroVelo 10; ‘The Baltic Sea Cycle Route’ –the many cycling signs on the route make this clear.
3.The national cycling route 9:
This route stretches from Helsingør to Gedser. A ferry link will bring you to Naturlandet –from Bogø to Stubbekøbing. So, on Lolland-Falster, the route stretches from Stubbekøbing to Gedser –from northern Falster to the southernmost point on Falster and Denmark. When you follow route 9, you’ll cover 64 kilometres (39 miles) and be close to wooded areas and beaches. The route is a part of the important Copenhagen-Berlin route as well as of the international route called EuroVelo 7.
These 3 routes are all marked with blue signs, containing route numbers. You can count on the routes to bring you great nature adventures! The Naturlandet app will make it easy for you to find overnight accommodations, restaurants, and supermarkets along the way.