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In Germany, the EuroVelo 10 long-distance cycle route leads along the Baltic Sea Cycle Route, through the federal states of Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-West Pomerania. You can find all the information about the individual route sections in the websites linked below.
  • Certified EuroVelo Route
  • Developed route with EuroVelo signs
  • Developed route
  • Route under development
  • Route at the planning stage

National Coordination Centre

Allgemeiner Deutscher Fahrrad- Club (ADFC) e.V.

The ADFC is a nationwide, not-for-profit organisation with 155.000 members whose shared aim is to make the roads safer for cyclists and pedestrians. Besides encouraging environmentally-friendly and therefore sustainable forms of transport, the ADFC provides advice on all aspects of cycling. This includes advice on buying a bike, technology and cycling accessories and on tourism-related and political issues.

National information
  • Flensburg - Ahlbeck

    Allgemeiner Deutscher Fahrrad- Club (ADFC) e.V.

    The ADFC is a nationwide, not-for-profit organisation with 155.000 members whose shared aim is to make the roads safer for cyclists and pedestrians. Besides encouraging environmentally-friendly and therefore sustainable forms of transport, the ADFC provides advice on all aspects of cycling. This includes advice on buying a bike, technology and cycling accessories and on tourism-related and political issues.

    Route description Electronic maps / GPS tracks Printed material Cycle friendly services (accommodation, cafes, restaurants etc.) Bookable offers Points of interest / attractions etc. Cycle Events

    available in de

    http://www.adfc-tourenportal.de/

  • Flensburg - Ahlbeck

    German Tourism Center e.V. , DZT

    For more than 60 years, the DZT promotes Germany abroad, on behalf of the federal government. It advertises the touristic diversity of Germany throughout the world. It therefore advertises for one of the biggest and most popular brands - the travel country Germany. A selection of attractive long distance cycle routes can be found on www.germany.travel with route descriptions and references of Bed+Bike establishments.

    Route description Points of interest / attractions etc.

    available in en / fr / de / nl / it / sp / da / nl / pl / pt

    http://www.germany.travel/en/leisure-and-recreation/cycling/baltic-coast-cycle-route.html

Regional information
  • Lübeck-Travemünde (Timmendorfer Strand) - Ahlbeck-Swinemünde

    Baltic Sea Cycle Route - Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

    This section of the Baltic Sea Cycle Route begins at Timmendorfer Strand and leads through Mecklenburg-West Pomerania beside the Baltic Sea, past countless seaside resorts and through varied coastal scenery with slightly hilly sections. It takes in the Hanseatic cities of Wismar, Rostock and Stralsund on the sunny island of Usedom and extends as far as Ahlbeck-Swinemünde. UNESCO has added the old towns of Stralsund and Wismar to its list of World Heritage Sites as representative examples of the Hanseatic cultural heritage.

    Route description Electronic maps / GPS tracks Printed material Cycle friendly services (accommodation, cafes, restaurants etc.) Bookable offers Points of interest / attractions etc.

    available in en / de / sv

    http://www.off-to-mv.com/en/baltic-sea-coast-cycle-path

  • Teichweg border crossing (Flensburg) - Lübeck-Travemünde (Timmendorfer Strand)

    Baltic Sea Cycle Route - Schleswig-Holstein

    Ferry harbours, sailing ships, countless seaside resorts, varied coastal scenery, and towns rich in history are just a few of the impressions characteristic of the German Baltic coast. Unlike the North Sea Cycle Route, this route also features slightly hilly sections. The Baltic Sea Cycle Route begins in the north at Teichweg border crossing in Flensburg and leads through Glücksburg, Eckernförde and Hohwacht, around the sunny island of Fehmarn as far as Lübeck-Travemünde. The route ends in the Hanseatic city of Lübeck whose medieval centre was the first complete old town in northern Europe to be declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO back in 1987.

    Route description Electronic maps / GPS tracks Public transport connections Cycle friendly services (accommodation, cafes, restaurants etc.) Points of interest / attractions etc.

    available in de

    http://www.ostsee-schleswig-holstein.de/ostseekuesten-radweg.html