Using the North Sea as a dependable guide, West Coast Cycle Route continues effortless and at times with a constant cross wind through natural and cultural landscapes that are several thousand years old. Fresh sea air, room for contemplation and beautiful West Coast sunsets are guaranteed.

The route winds its way through marshland, heath and dune plantations, past bays, lakes, a geo park, national and nature parks, and along wide and white sandy beaches. Everywhere you look, you will find lots of wildlife on land, at sea and not least in the air. Discover both the oldest and the fifth largest Danish town along with lots of small and large fishing communities and idyllic beach towns. Not only does this route take you past iconic sea marks, proud lighthouses, and historical mansions in the dunes but also past award-winning attractions and other exciting places of interest.

Where is the West Coast Cycle Route?

Danish national cycle route no. 1

The number 1 Danish national cycle route is one of the longest marked routes in Denmark and probably the most varied, challenging, and amazing cycling experience to be had in Denmark.

On the map to your left you will find useful information about accommodation and experiences along the way

Simply click the icons to find inspiration for your next bike ride.

Press the printer icon in the top right corner to print the map.

Create your own guide

1. Select category. 2:Select the given icon. 3: Select "Add to guide". 4: Select "My guide" in the top of the map. 5: Print. 6: Enjoy your trip.

Short facts

12 stages

Enjoy The North Sea, dune landscapes and cozy coastal towns. 


The entire West Coast Cycle Route is marked by signs. You simply follow route 1 all the way.

1 ferry crossing

Thyborøn – Agger 


Our Cycle Guidebook is perfect for anyone who wants inspiration for the West Coast Cycle Route or needs practical help along the way. Here, you can find maps of the route and all the information you need about the West Coast Cycle Route.

You can buy the book online or at selected book stores and tourist agencies.

You can also read it as an e-book on the page “Guidebook”.