The North Sea Cycle Route follows the Norwegian National Cycle Route number 1 all the way from Bergen to the Swedish border (Svinesund). The route is locally named "North Sea Cycle Route" from Bergen to Kristiansand, “The Archipelago Route” between Kristiansand and Larvik and "The Oslofjord route" between Larvik and Svinesund.

National & Regional Information

The Archipelago Route

Try “small town hopping” along the southern coast of Norway! Idyllic little towns lie like beads on a string. It is a delightful area of sheltered creeks, rocky bays, beaches and granite islands, well suited to bathing and boating.

The North Sea Cycle Route

Rogaland's landscape is full of contrasts. From idyllic fjords to impressive mountains, from peaceful moors to sandy beaches or pebbles to fantastic archipelagos, everything is brought together in this unique place.

The Oslofjord Route

The Oslofjord route is varied and you will experience the Norwegian coast up close. The coast in Østfold and Vestfold are known for their thriving beach and boat life. Cosy little towns, rich cultural offers and a great cultural landscape characterizes this part of the Norwegian coast. The area provides a wealth of opportunities for summer ‘Southern Adventure’ with idyllic islands and vibrant coastal communities.

Norwegian National Cycle Network

The Norwegian National Cycle Network are 10 national cycle routes connecting most of the country. Many of the routes are already signposted and some of them are part of EuroVelo, the European cycle route network (only available in Norwegian)