Round and round the island
Well...I hope Bornholm succeeds in being one of Europe's top five cycle holiday destinations soon as it is a delight to bike here. Hilly in the north and flat in the south. The main biking path is a national one called number 10 and well signposted as it hugs the coast all around the island. There are also inland paths along Bornholm's disused railway and in other places, crossing the forested Paradisbakkerne forested hills.
Equipment: Do yourself a favour and buy the "Bornholm by bike" guide booklet for a small sum. You will find it at the Danish cyclists association in Copenhagen (or check their website below where you click on "kort og bøger") or in the Scanmap shop (see Copenhagen shopping tip) in English and German too. With a drab layout, it will still not just give you sights and a map, but actually tell you valuable things such as where you encounter cycle steps etc.
- Family Travel
- Budget Travel
There are plenty of little harbour towns and in some you can go sailing in summer. There are also diving centres where you can discover the Baltic Sea under water. Use the tourist link on the intro page for the most up to date addresses.
- Sailing and Boating
- Diving and Snorkeling
I mentioned before, I cycled around Bornholm.so, to all people who like active way of traveling I can suggest this island as a perfect place for cycling and hiking. Great roads through the wAs hole Ireland .Everywhere you can find toilets, small distances between villages, gorgeous nature and landscape. Do you need more
Equipment: You can bring your own bicycle or you can hire it in one of the many bicycle centers on the iceland.Depends on your taste and options.But i can admit that to hire a bike for one day(from morning to evening )costs 60-65DKK,depends on type of bicycle.Almostly in every big vilage you would find such service.
- Road Trip
Water sport at Hammershus
You can slide from top thru to the lake by cable. It looks safe and enjoyfull. I would like to try if I had a time.