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Good road standard, Mainly asphalt
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Car-free bike path
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The southeast trail is marked with red signs along the road (feel free to supplement with your own map).
This is a national cycling tourism trail. This means that the cycle trail has undergone a special certification that certifies that the trail is of high quality, is traffic safe and that there is a wide range of experiences and services along the trail. verified

The route offers winding roads and wonderful views in the hilly well-preserved natural and cultural landscape on Österlen.

Along the trail is the 18th century baroque castle Christinehof located with the ecopark which invites to more walks. Right next door is Skåne's oldest coffee house, Alunbruket, where you can enjoy Swedish coffee in a wonderful cultural environment. A stone's throw from the trail is also Hallamölla waterfall, with a well-preserved mill, is Skåne's highest fall with a total fall height of 23 meters.

High above the Baltic Sea, with a mile-wide view, is Vitaby church with a stepped gable. Next door to the church is Hvitaby kyrkby gårdsmejeri with a small sweet farm shop and Vitaby Blåbär which offers self-picking.

The surroundings are varied and consist of beautiful agricultural landscapes, pastures and forests. Kivik is the village where the apple is in focus with Äppelriket, Kivik's temple and the annual Apple Market. Meet the growers and experience the various farm shops with local ingredients. Experience the old fishing village with a tasteful mix of old and new buildings. Pause at cozy cafes and restaurants for all tastes. Which will be your favorite?

The end of Linderödsåsen Stenshuvud National Park rises to the south. Stop and hike up to the top of the mountain!

Just north of Baskemölla is the Tjörnedala hiking area. The beautiful nature is fragile and the hiking trail is not suitable for bicycles, so take a break from pedaling and experience the beautiful nature on foot.

Österlen's capital Simrishamn dates back to the 12th century. Picturesque pastel-colored houses with beautifully carved doors are typical of the area. Experience the city's museums that depict history and also modern times: Österlen Museum, Gösta Werner & the sea, Autoseum, the Tannery Museum and not least the Österlen Electric totem. Shop in the city's shops and enjoy a tasty meal with local ingredients in the city's restaurants and cafés. You will find a lovely beach north of the city and an outdoor pool with temperate sea water.

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