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Baltic Sea cycle routes: holidays by the coast

Endless beaches, romantic fisher villages, Hanseatic cities with great historic value, stunning sunsets at the beach – This and many more highlights await you during a cycling holiday along the coastline of the Baltic Sea. The Baltic Sea bike route has a lot in store and we have picked the best holiday trips for you. Get inspired and book your holiday with eurocycle!

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    Germany / Denmark

    Berlin - Copenhagen

    Lakes, Coast and Islands

    • 11 Days/ 10 Nights
    • Roundtrip
    • Level: a
  • Harbour Naestved 0,0 6

    Germany / Denmark

    Danish Islands - Discovery Tour

    From Rostock to Copenhagen

    • 8 Days/ 7 Nights
    • Roundtrip
    • Level: a
  • Cyclists in front of the Brandenburg gate 0,0 6

    Germany / Poland

    From Berlin to the Baltic Sea by Bike + Boat

    Berlin - Stralsund / Stralsund - Berlin

    • 8 Days/ 7 Nights
    • Bike & Boat
    • Level: a
  • Cyclists in a harbour 0,0 6


    3 Baltic Islands - Rügen, Hiddensee, Usedom

    Island hopping at the Baltic Sea

    • 8 Days/ 7 Nights
    • Roundtrip
    • Level: 2
  • Bikers in Copenhagen 0,0 6


    Copenhagen Centre-Based Tour

    • 7 Days/ 6 Nights
    • Centre-Based
    • Level: a
  • Cycling bridge 0,0 6


    Northern Zealand from Köge

    • 8 Days/ 7 Nights
    • Roundtrip
    • Level: a
  • Lithuanian Countryside 0,0 6


    Around the Curonian Lagoon

    Along the Lithuanian seaside

    • 8 Days/ 7 Nights
    • Roundtrip
    • Level: 1
  • Cycling in Slowinski Nationalpark 0,0 6


    Baltic Sea Coast Bike Tour

    Szczecin - Gdansk

    • 8 Days/ 7 Nights
    • Roundtrip
    • Level:

The Baltic Sea cycle route - one of the most beautiful long-distance cycle routes

The EuroVelo route EV 10 runs along the coast of the Baltic Sea. The cycle path is almost 5000 miles long and leads you past many historical towns, bigger cities and stunning landscapes with a unique flora. Animal enthusiasts can watch rare bird species in their natural habitat as many of them breed along the coastline. A bike holiday at the Baltic Sea is the perfect match for anyone who does not enjoy hours of boring sunbathing and prefers the adventure. A holiday at the Baltic Sea bike route equals active relaxation. The various landscapes have a lot in store for you:

  • A light sea breeze on coastal bike paths
  • Fresh forest air during bike rides through the woods
  • Charming city atmospheres
  • Time to take a dip in the ocean during breaks

As a majority of people does not have enough vacation days to tackle the whole route, we have decided to offer shorter holidays that lead along bits and pieces of the path. Check out our offers and find the perfect part of the Baltic Sea bike route for you! If you prefer to advance faster, we can recommend our bike and boat cycling holidays. We offer destinations all over Europe, including the Baltic Sea.

Explore the German Baltic Sea coast by bike

The Baltic bike route from Lübeck to Stralsund is a tour that suits tourists of all ages and fitness levels. The terrain is mainly flat and only includes some hilly passages. Even more relaxes cyclists still have enough time to explore the sights along the way without having to worry to make it to the next stop in time. Enjoy the picturesque landscapes and little towns to their fullest extend and make the most of your trip. The route is also perfect for a family cycling holiday. Lübeck is the state capital of Schleswig-Holstein, which borders on Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. This is where the next stage of the tour leads you. The first city you visit is Wismar, yet another Hanseatic town. Wismar is smaller than Lübeck but it will quickly enchant you with its unique charm. The bay of Wismar has plenty of things to offer. Your holiday with Eurocycles will lead you to Heiligendamm and Warnemünde. These two cities are known as possibly the most beautiful coastal cities of the Baltic Sea. Once you have explored the cities, the Baltic Sea bike route will lead you towards the Darsser Forest. After exiting the forest, the towers of Stralsund will appear at the horizon. They mark the end of the Baltic Sea cycle route. Are you ready for your next adventure?

Baltic Sea cycle route - an unforgettable experience

There is no better way to explore the Baltic Sea than on your bike. The coast has its unique rough charm and it will give you an unforgettable experience. Did you know that island hopping is also possible in Germany? Our three-island Baltic Sea trip brings you to

  • Rügen
  • Usedom
  • Hiddensee

Browse through our tours and choose the best fit for you. Our promise: No matter what you choose, the Baltic Sea route is stunning and has a lot in store for nature enthusiasts as well as beach lovers.

Frequently asked questions about the Baltic Sea cycling route

Do international Baltic Sea bike holidays exist?

Yes, to discover the Baltic Sea, you do not have to stay within the borders of Germany. At Eurocycles, we offer Baltic Sea tours to Denmark, Poland or Lithuania. Many of them cross several borders so that you visit two or more countries in one holiday.

Why should I go on the Baltic Sea cycling route?

The bike path is more than 5000 miles long and therefore passes various different landscapes. Nature lovers should be on the lookout for rare bird species whereas city people also get their fair share of city buzz and civilization. The route is the perfect match for anyone – if you choose the right stage to cycle.


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