The Baltic Sea Cycle Route: Germany

Germany 🇩🇪 (The first time…)

Route classification: Developed

The start and finish point, probably Lübeck but it could be Kiel, following the route of the EuroVelo 10 along the coast to Flensburg, the border between Germany and Denmark. The description below from the ECF EuroVelo website includes comments about the entire coastline from Poland to Denmark.

“The Baltic Sea Coast Cycle Route is one of the most popular cycle routes in Germany. It’s itinerary is never far from the seashore and you will pass popular seaside resorts like Kühlungsborn, Heiligendamm (‘the white town by the sea’) and Warnemünde, each sporting the distinctive stripped ‘Strandkorbs’ (beach chairs). In between, there is a wealth of natural beauty to explore, including Germany’s largest island, Rügen (with its famous chalk cliffs) and the Fischland-Darß-Zingst peninsula, which is a popular resting place for migratory birds. There are plenty of cultural diversions as well in Greifswald, Stralsund, Wismar, Lübeck and Kiel.”

ECF EuroVelo

Germany 🇩🇪 (…and the second time)

Route classification: Developed

It’s difficult to imagine that this section of German coast would be anything but a treat especially as I look forward to completing the Baltic loop upon arrival back in Lübeck.


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