Be prepared for some island-hopping in Denmark. The Baltic Sea Cycle Route follows the Danish national route 8 from Jutland over the isles Als, Ærø, Funen, Taasinge, Langeland, Lolland, Falster, Bogoe and Moen before reaching (the island) Zealand.

Some of the isles are connected by bridges; others by bicycle-friendly ferries. On Zealand, EuroVelo 10 joins the Danish national route 9 and continues to cycling Mecca of Copenhagen. The Danish section of the Baltic Sea Cycle route is 360 km in total. From Copenhagen, you can continue by train over the famous bridge to Malmo in Sweden.

National & Regional Information

Danish Cycling Tourism

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

Danish Cycling Tourism is a non-profit association of public and private partners. The main purpose of the association is to develop cycling tourism in Denmark. This is done by kick-starting new projects, coordinating various actions and disseminating knowledge and best practices on cycling tourism. Since 2016 Danish Cycling Tourism is the national EuroVelo Coordination Centre for Denmark.

Danish Cyclists' Federation

The Danish Cyclists’ Federation is the only transport organization in Denmark that speaks the cyclists’ cause. We have an ongoing contact with politicians and officials in the parliament and a long list of municipalities – and the Danish Cyclists’ Federation sits at the table when future traffic is debated and solutions to be found.

+45 33 32 31 21


VisitDenmark is the Official Tourism Organisation of Denmark. On their webpage you can find all the information you need about Denmark as a holiday destination.

Discover the circuit on the island of Bornholm!

The website provides GPS download, elevation and route planning.