Cycling holidays at the Baltic Sea in Schleswig-Holstein
Cycling holidays in Schleswig-Holstein are something very special. The sun sparkles on the Baltic Sea. Seagulls make their circles and the wind puts a light touch of salt on your skin. Flensburg, Kiel and Lübeck are the largest cities in Schleswig-Holstein. All three cities have a very special harbour atmosphere. Maritime museums, many shopping opportunities and beautiful old towns with many impressive buildings make a visit to the northern German cities a real experience. Moonlike seaside resorts, modern promenades, fine bathing beaches and wild natural beaches accompany you on your cycling tour along the Baltic Sea coast. Cycle inland past numerous lakes, through dense green forests and hilly landscapes. You will discover the Baltic Sea region in a whole new way. Experience the charm of northern German country life in the villages of Holstein Switzerland. Farmland interrupted by fjords, thatched houses, old churches, stately castles and manor houses are very common in this region. The Baltic Sea region shows itself at its best in Schleswig-Holstein. A cycling tour here is a real pleasure.Show more Show less
Our classic is the cycle tour on the Baltic Sea Cycle Path in Schleswig-Holstein from Flensburg to Lübeck. Your cycle tour along the coast begins in the very north of Germany and takes you to the Hanseatic city of Lübeck. You cycle through a hilly landscape interrupted by fjords. Numerous windmills, manor houses and stately homes characterise the hinterland of the coast. You have time for leisurely swim breaks and a fish sandwich or two straight from the cutter.
Your cycling holiday at the Baltic Sea begins at the border to Denmark. On this trip you will discover the entire German Baltic Sea coast from Flensburg to Usedom. You have three weeks for relaxed museum visits, extensive beach walks and delicious fish sandwiches. Numerous lighthouses and sophisticated seaside resorts grace your path from Schleswig-Holstein to Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. The cycling holiday at the Baltic Sea takes you through the ghost forest near Nienhagen and past the steep coast of Rügen. The imposing chalk cliffs are the island's landmark.
For all those who want to cover long, sporty stages on their cycling holiday, the sporty bike tour from Flensburg to Usedom is just the thing. With an average of 70 to 80 kilometres per day, you cycle through Holstein Switzerland, past the Bay of Lübeck and the Fischland-Darß-Zingst peninsula, all the way to Rügen. On this tour you will often find the opportunity to enjoy the fresh sea breeze on the unspoilt beaches. This sporty cycling tour ends on the sunny Baltic Sea island of Usedom.
On the Baltic Coast bike tour Kiel to Lübeck, you cycle the first kilometres along the Kiel Fjord to the impressive locks of the Kiel Canal. Between Schönberg and Heiligenhafen, you will pedal through romantic bays and nature reserves that are home to grey geese and swans. Enjoy a dreamlike view over the Bay of Lübeck from the lighthouse in Drahme. Lübeck is not only the home of Thomas Mann, but also the capital of marzipan.
Our cycle tour from Lübeck to Flensburg takes you from the Hanseatic city of Lübeck through the slightly hilly Holstein Switzerland to Flensburg. You cycle along the Baltic Sea Cycle Path to the Danish border. In idyllic fishing villages you can taste freshly caught fish and climb the oldest lighthouse in Germany. Wide landscapes in the hinterland, steep coasts and beautiful sandy beaches are in perfect combination with the historic harbour towns on this tour.
From Lübeck to Heiligenhafen, the cycle tour takes you through Holstein Switzerland. You will explore the varied and surprisingly hilly hinterland. Characteristic of this region are the many lakes, meadows and rivers, the small wooded areas and the farmland divided by curtilages. You will visit Eutin and the small town of Plön and take a boat trip on the Great Plön Lake. At the end of the cycle tour, enjoy the fresh breeze on the beautiful sandy beaches of the Bay of Lübeck.Show more Show less