Cycling on the island Terschelling

An island with a few idyllic villages, rugged beach plains, wet dune valleys, mixed woodlands, mud flats, polders, heath and marshes

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Terschelling

The expansive Wadden Area, rough beach plains, wet dune valleys, mixed woodlands, mud flats, polders, heath and marshes with purple lavender flowers. Nowhere else in the Netherlands are so many different landscapes, plants and animals found as close to each other as on Terschelling. The island consists of eighty percent of natural areas with a ribbon of idyllic villages linking the bustling West-terschelling with the quiet and relaxing eastern part of the island.


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Bike junctions

Until now, the island Terschelling has not a cycle route network with bike nodes. The route on this page has been determined according to the most recent cycle route planners.

Start and finish at the Haven in West-Terschelling, the total distance of the route is approx. 46 km. However, this cycle route is a round trip, so that offers the possibility to start from any desired point in the cycle route.





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