The Adventure Route

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130 km divided into five sections equals a fantastic cycling holiday for the entire family along South Zealand & Møn. This adventurous cycling holiday takes you past some of the most picturesque areas and exciting child-friendly attractions along South Zealand & Møn.

Gavnø Castle, the Danish Castle Centre and Faxe Limestone Quarry are just some of the fascinating places you’ll encounter. This makes the route a paradise for little princesses, knights and inquisitive adventurers. There are multiple options for accommodation in shelters, campsites, bed & breakfasts and hotels along every section of this route.

The trip starts and ends in Næstved, which you can reach by car or train from Copenhagen or Rødby. It is also possible to rent bikes here.


See the entire Adventure Route here

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Stage description


Stage 1: Næstved to Feddet, 31 km

From Næstved, cycle 31 km via Regional Route 54 to Feddet peninsula. The trip is idyllic, and you’ll pass an array of beautiful forest areas, all of which are inviting places to take a well-deserved break. A great choice for your overnight stay is the family-friendly Feddet Strand Resort, which offers plenty of activities for the children: a jungle course, trampoline land, an indoor pool, the beach and much more.

Faxe Kalkbrud

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Stage 2: Feddet – Feddet, 27 km

Stay an extra night at Feddet Strand Resort and let day two be a day trip to Faxe Limestone Quarry and Geomuseum Faxe. Head out along Panorama Route 425 “Fjord and Fossils”. The trip is 26 km long, and halfway along you’ll come to the impressive Faxe Limestone Quarry, where everyone can try their luck hunting for fossils. You can rent a hammer and chisel at Geomuseum Faxe and try to find fossils in the hard limestone.

Natur Ugledige

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Stage 3: Feddet to Vordingborg, 30 km

Today’s stage is 30 km in length and takes you from Præstø Fjord to Vordingborg. Follow Route 9 along Præstø Fjord and into Præstø, where you can take a break, have an ice cream and enjoy the idyllic market town or the harbour overlooking Præstø Fjord. If you’re here during the summer holidays, drop by H.C. Andersen World, Denmark’s only theatre park. From Præstø, follow Route 56 towards the lake at Ugledige and Stokkede Skov. Despite the place’s grim history – Galgebakken – it is an ideal spot for enjoying a packed lunch at the shelter, which also has a campfire area. From here, the trip continues towards Vordingborg.

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Stage 4: Vordingborg to Køng, 32 km

For the fourth stage, the Danish Castle Centre and Goose Tower is the perfect place to start the day. You can learn more about Valdemar IV, Valdemar the Victorious and Valdemar the Great here with the interactive iPad guide, or try your hand at the iPad Ghost Hunt. Route 8 takes you right past the Danish Castle Centre and you follow the route for a total of 32 km, where you will also pass the nature area at Knudshoved Odde and Avnø Nature Centre.

Gavnø Slotspark

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Stage 5: Køng to Næstved, 19 km

Your legs may be getting tired, but stage 5, which is 19 km, takes you north along Route 8 and just past Gavnø Castle, where the experiences are magnificent. Experience the castle’s fine rooms and collection of paintings, the butterfly house, mountain goats, flower park and Go High treetop adventure courses. From here you’ll cycle towards Næstved, where you can explore the beautiful gable paintings in Næstved Art Town or visit the Næstved Collector and Automobile Museum.


Alternative stage:

If you still have energy for more, go for one more night and stay in Næstved. This will give you the opportunity to take a trip to BonBon-Land (9 km), the beach in Karrebæksminde (12 km) or the Forest Tower at Camp Adventure (16 km).

Stay overnight and find great experiences and assistance

Options for accommodation, wonderful experiences and knowledgeable tourist information centres are located along the entire route. In the boxes below, we’ve compiled the most accessible places that follow the route so that you can find the best places for your cycling holiday.