Helsingborg-Gothenburg Sweden 2020 - Kattegat-Route
This cycle tour begins in the southern Sweden region of Scania in the city of Helsingborg. Over the next 6 days, you will cycle along the coast through picturesque ﬁshing villages and small ports. The route follows mostly the sea, travelling through an open countryside, exciting nature reserves and lush farmlands. As you draw closer to Gothenburg you will notice a shift in the landscape, with scenic cliffs, lush forests, sheltered bays and quaint harbours along the way. The culinary speciality of this region is seafood, ﬁsh are the biggest celebrities on this bike tour.
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Detailed information about this offer
- 7 nights in 4-and 3-star hotels along the Kattegat cycle round tour
- daily buffet breakfast
- luggage transfer from hotel to hotel
- personal information meeting on-site
- information material (cycle map with detailed English route description) per room
- service hotline also at the weekend
All prices in our offer include VAT. Not included in our prices is the city tax (approx. Euro 1,- to 2,50 per person/night) and is to be paid at the respective hotel.
Day 1 - Individual arrival in HelsingborgArrival for your cycle holiday in Sweden. Personal tour information about the Kattegatt route and handover of your bike take place in the evening. The city of Helsingborg lies directly by the sea and enchants bicycle vacationer during a stroll through the town with its buildings from the 12th century. Example of hotel: Hotel Marina Plaza in Helsingborg
Day 2 - Helsingborg–Ängelholm, approx. 60 kmToday you start the bike tour along the promenade in Helsingborg past Soﬁero Palace and Gardens. The park is a thriving oasis and awarded in 2010 as “Europe's Most Beautiful Park”. You ride along the coast through the quaint little ﬁshing villages and small boat marinas of Domsten and Viken. The tour continues up towards Höganäs, where you can see and buy the world famous salt-glazed Höganäs ceramics. The journey crosses the Kulla Peninsula, passing vineyards and small farm shops before you get to Ängelholm. Example of hotel: Best Western Plus Hus 57 in Ängelholm
Day 3 - Ängelholm–Halmstad, approx. 75-95 kmToday you cycle from Ängelholm and follow the coast to Vejbystrand through open meadows and through several small coastal communities to Ängelbäcksstrand. Here you turn away from the coast to cycle across the peninsula to Sinarps Valley and the Bjäre Peninsula, a small-scale agricultural landscape typical for the region before you come down to the beautiful summer town of Båstad. Now the journey continues along one of Sweden's longest sandy beaches and the resorts of Skummeslövsstrand and Mellbystrand and on through the nature reserves Tönnersa and Gullbranna before you arrive in Halmstad. Example of hotel: Grand Hotel in Halmstad
Day 4 - Halmstad–Falkenberg, approx. 60 kmThe cycling tour continues from Halmstad towards Sweden's most famous beach Tylösand and the beautiful Hotel Tylösand. Both the beach and the hotel are worth a visit. The sea, open countryside, exciting nature reserves and lush farmland lay along the following stretch, before you arrive in today's final destination Falkenberg, one of the oldest medieval towns of the province Schonen. Example of hotel: Hotel Hamngatan 27 in Falkenberg
Day 5 - Falkenberg–Varberg, approx. 40 kmYou continue your bike tour along the sea through open landscapes. On the way, there are several picturesque ﬁshing villages like Glommen and Träslövsläge, home to many artists and artisans. As you approach Varberg you cycle on the boardwalk as Varberg Fortress towers over you. If you are early, there is perhaps time to see “Bocksten Man” inside the fortress, a cadaver preserved at the bottom of a bog from medieval times. Example of hotel: Varbergs Kusthotell in Varberg
Day 6 - Varberg–Kungsbacka, approx. 60–70 kmNorth of Varberg the landscape changes during your cycle holiday in South Sweden. The sandy beaches are fewer and smaller, while rocky coastline begins to dominate and the ﬁrst islands begin to appear in the sea. You pass small villages like Tångaberg, Frillesås and Åsa. In Åsa you leave the sea for a moment and bike through farmland and rolling hills to Fjärås Bräcka. Continue along the ﬁelds and horse farms before reaching Kungsbacka, a lovely little city with an old quarter full of wooden buildings and a traditional old trading place. Example of hotel: Hotel Halland in Kungsbacka
Day 7 - Kungsbacka–Gothenburg, approx. 40-65 kmOn your last day of your cycle holiday in Sweden, cycle along the cycle path leading beside a former railway track. Soon you reach Gothenburg, the 2nd largest city in Sweden, and the end of your cycling tour. Example of hotel: Elite Park Avenue Hotel in Göteborg
Day 8 - Individual departure or extra nightsThe return transfer from Gothenburg to Helsingborg is possible with the train
Note for people with limited mobility
The cycle tour is not suitable for people with limited mobility. However, in specific cases it is possible to accommodate individual customer requests (e.g. barrier-free room).
Passport and visa requirements
To check in to your hotel you will need a valid passport or ID card.
For citizens of countries outside the Schengen area other regulations may apply. You are responsible for obtaining any visa you may require in good time.
Terms and Conditions of Payment:
The deposit of 10% of the tour price is due at the latest 14 days after receipt of the booking confirmation. The balance must be paid 7 days before arrival.
The general travel conditions of 1992 apply with following cancellation conditions: Prior to arrival the customer can cancel in written form at any time the booked arrangement. In case of cancellation or no show we charge following fees:
20% of the tour price up to 28 days before arrival date
30% of the tour price from 27th to 14th day before arrival date
50% of the tour price from 13th to 8th day before arrival date
70% of the tour price from 7th to 4th day before arrival date
90% of the tour price from 3rd day before arrival date to the day of arrival or “no show”
In case the booking is changed from the customer himself (change of date, duration of the tour or participant) up to 28 days prior arrival, a handling fee of € 50,- per booking is charged.
Thereafter the previous cancellation conditions apply. Such a change of booking is only in individual cases a possibility customers do not have a claim on it.
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Rates and additional services to book
Arrival: 09.05.2020 - 12.09.2020
Arrival: 09.05.2020 - 12.09.2020
Children´s discount (3rd and 4th person in extra bed with 2 full-paying persons)
€ 95,00 per person & stay
€ 179,00 per person & stay