Bicycle holidays on Lolland-Falster

It is both safe and easy to be on a bicycle holiday on Lolland-Falster because of the many signposted cycle routes and the absence of insurmountable, steep hills. If you do not bring your own bicycle, then you may rent one from a local bike rental. As for accommodation, watch out for the ”Bed+Bike logo” as these places make an extra effort to cater to the needs of bicyclists.

The Baltic Sea Route

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The bike route Sundruten

Photo: Niclas Jessen

More bicycle routes from Naturlandet

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Bicycle routes on Lolland-Falster

It is easy to be on a bicycle holiday on Lolland-Falster since the islands are blessed with a great number of signposted bicycle routes. Here are both shorter, local routes such as the ”Sundruten”, which takes you along the Sound between Lolland and Falster, and longer routes such as three national bicycle routes which cross the islands, among these ”The Baltic Sea Route”. You may be well served by downloading the free app "Naturlandet Lolland-Falster" which guides you in terms of trips and experiences in nature. It shows you the routes for bicycling, hiking, horse riding, and sailing, and makes suggestions as to what to experience along the routes.

Rent a bicycle

Photo: Niclas Jessen

The Guldborgsund Bicycle Flower

Photo: Niclas Jessen

Bed + Bike

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The bicycle ferry IDA

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Nature campsites and shelters on Lolland-Falster

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