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North Sea Cycle Route (6000 km)

North Sea Cycle Route (6000 km) Photo: Samarbeidsrådet for Sunnhordland.
North Sea Cycle Route (6000 km) Photo: Samarbeidsrådet for Sunnhordland.

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The coast of Sunnhordland is part of the international North Sea Cycle Route, the world’s longest cycling route. It is 6,000 km long and goes around the whole North Sea. In Sunnhordland, the route goes through Sveio, Bømlo, Stord and Fitjar. The route is sign-posted with national cycle route no. 1 signs. A separate description of the route and the different legs is available. www.northsea-cycle.com

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North Sea Cycle Route (6000 km) - Photo: Samarbeidsrådet for Sunnhordland.

North Sea Cycle Route (6000 km)

The coast of Sunnhordland is part of the international North Sea Cycle Route, the world’s longest cycling route. It is 6,000 km long and goes around t...

North Sea Cycle Route (6000 km)

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