North Sea Cycle Route


The North Sea Cycle Route is the longest signposted international cycle route in the world, offering more than 6,000 kilometres of cycling adventure.

On its way around the North Sea it passes through Holland, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Scotland and England.

The trail through Sweden

The Swedish section of the North Sea Cycle Route, which is around 380 km long, follows existing cycle routes and runs from Varberg in the south to Svinesund in the north.

In the southern section through Halland it combines with the former E6/Cykelspåret Väst (Western Cycle Route), and then continues northwards through Gothenburg, where it combines with the Cycle Route through Bohuslän as far as the Norwegian border.