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North Sea Coast Cycle Path Hamburg - Sylt

4,5 / 5 stars (17 reviews)
travel code
SHL31
Duration
8 days / 7 nights
Price
From 769 €
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Price calculator last updated: January 22.04.2024, XNUMX

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Tour SHL 31

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The North Sea Coast Cycle Path in Schleswig-Holstein takes you from the cosmopolitan city of Hamburg along the largest German national park, the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea, to the most famous German North Sea island of Sylt. In terms of landscape, the route can be divided into three areas. Cross the rural Dithmarschen region north of Hamburg to behind Büsum. Experience the Eiderstedt peninsula with the widest beach on the coast in St. Peter Ording. Your path continues to North Frisia with Husum, and the final highlight is the island of Sylt.

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  • Good value for money
  • Tour incl. hotels and luggage transport
  • Extensive route booklet & GPS data
  • Top brand rental bikes bookable
  • Over 30 years of experience

Tour SHL 31

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Arrival in the Elbe metropolis on your own during the day. Your hotel is in the center and a short distance from the North Sea Coast Cycle Path. Experience the diversity of this port city.

Overnight place: Hamburg

Along the banks of the Elbe from Hamburg through Blankenese to Wedel. Through the Elbe marshland protected by dikes via Uetersen to Elmshorn and Glückstadt.

Overnight place: Elmshorn or Glückstadt

The tour along the Elbe leads through the charming little town of Glückstadt to Brunsbüttel. The Kiel Canal begins in Brunsbüttel. In the large lock system you can see some ocean liners.

Overnight place: Brunsbüttel (*Overnight stay in Brunsbüttel only possible in category 1)

Soon you will see the Wadden Sea behind the dikes. Through the expanses of the Dithmarscher Land, it goes to Friedrichskoog with its unique seal station. Enjoy a shrimp roll in the harbor before continuing to Büsum.

Overnight place: Busum or the surrounding area

Before you leave, you should visit the storm surge adventure world “Blanker Hans”.
(on their own). Further along the way is the Eidersperre and Tönning with its Multimar-Wattforum (own management). Either via St. Peter Ording or directly to Husum.

Overnight place: Husum

You can cycle via Nordstrand or directly to Hamburger Hallig and over the dikes to Dagebüll (ferry port to Föhr/Amrum under your own direction). From Dagebüll you can reach Niebüll by train yourself. Niebüll awaits its guests with, among other things, a natural history museum.

Overnight place: Niebüll or Dagebüll or surroundings (luggage transfer ends here)

By train (incl.) it goes over the Hindenburgdamm to the North Sea island of Sylt. Take a stroll through bustling Westerland or explore the island on a bike tour to Hörnum, Kampen or List. During the day by train back to Niebüll or on your own by boat to Römö and by bike across the border back to Niebüll/Dagebüll/surroundings.

Overnight place: Niebüll or Dagebüll or surroundings

After breakfast, pick up the bikes and travel home on your own.

Overnight place: Niebüll/Dagebüll/surroundings

  • 7 nights in the booked category, including breakfast
  • Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel (9am-18pm)
  • 7 days service hotline
  • 1x per room extensive travel documents with maps/route description for the tour
  • Port tour of the port of Hamburg
  • Train ride Niebüll/Dagebüll - Sylt (incl. bike)
  • Train ride Sylt – Niebüll / Dagebüll (incl. bike)
  • GPS data on request

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Basic price in € per person

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Double room including breakfast Cat I Cat II
28.04.2024/04.05.2024 - XNUMX 769,00 € 969,00 €
05.05.2024/22.09.2024 - XNUMX 939,00 € 1.139,00 €
Single room including breakfast Cat I Cat II
28.04.2024/04.05.2024 - XNUMX 1.019,00 € 1.269,00 €
05.05.2024/22.09.2024 - XNUMX 1.189,00 € 1.439,00 €

Rental bikes

  • Rental bike with luggage bag: 100,00 €
  • Electric rental bike (ladies) with 2 luggage bags: 220,00 €

group discounts

When 5 people or more are traveling together. A group discount will be given in the following periods.
Further information and the discount scale can be found under Offers > Group discounts .


Hamburg

Room price per person Cat I Cat II
Double room including breakfast (no extra bed) 89,00 € 89,00 €
Single room including breakfast 149,00 € 149,00 €

Niebüll/Dagebüll/surroundings

Room price per person Cat I Cat II
Double room including breakfast 85,00 € 85,00 €
Single room including breakfast 129,00 € 129,00 €

4,5 / 5 stars (17 verified reviews)

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Over the dykes like the white horse rider

A very nice bike tour divided into good sections. If you are not so motivated on a day with a longer stage, there are well-described and beautiful alternative routes as a shortening. We were incredibly lucky with the weather - apart from two hours of rain, everything was sunny. The wind was very strong but except for one day there was a tailwind. We just flew over the dikes like the white horse and therefore had a lot of time to look at things, even on longer stages. With a headwind we would certainly have had to have e-bikes, especially the 90 km stage from Büsum to Husum would have been difficult to manage with our normal bikes or we would have had to take the alternative route. Riding bikes to Sylt wasn't ideal. On the outward journey we had limited space but on the return journey there would have been a bike ban for the trains between 15 p.m. and 19 p.m. That's where you get stuck. But we didn't bother and just got on the train. The train driver even helped us stow the bikes. Several passengers complained. It would therefore be advisable to leave the bikes on the mainland and rent them in Westerland (the organizer could give you a voucher for bike rental instead of the ticket for this). All in all, a very nice bike tour in a wonderful landscape that is almost exotic for us “mountainers”.
- Weaver


Diverse prospects - great insights

After a rainy start in Hamburg, the weather became more suitable for cycling from day to day. The wind mostly held itself in check, which is why we were able to enjoy the trip. It is difficult to name the highlights of our bike tour, because each day brought its own highlights: whether it was the ride along the dyke through what felt like millions of sheep, the next day it was the column of houses in Glücksburg or the lock at Brunsbüttel, the wind picked up Nordstrand, the crossing to Sylt or a great hotel. We enjoyed the trip and learned a lot about ourselves - because the North Sea gives you what you give it. As our numerous contacts with locals proved - How to shout into the forest - it shouts back. Nordic charm, which is to be discovered on this journey. Those who shy away from wind and weather shouldn't do it, because they would no longer see the beauty behind it.
- Heidelberg merchant


Interesting bike ride

On our Bicycletor from Hamburg to Sylt we got to know many beautiful places.
- Count Sabine


Against the wind

We agree with the opinion of the writer, who is traveling alone, that the bike handover had to take place in a hurry because of the parking ban and that the battery power of the e-bikes also caused problems for us due to the headwind. Otherwise we really enjoyed this trip - even if we always had headwinds. The varied nature, the many dike sheep and Sylt waren impressive despite the bad weather! We will do this tour again.
- Groom


Cycle tour North Sea - Sylt

The bike ride was beautiful. Everything worked out, the accommodations waren mostly good, including the extra bed. The trip to Sylt would have been easier without a bike as we didn't have room for the bikes on the train to Westerland. My suggestion: Rent a bike on Sylt.
- Karen Bucher


North Sea Coast Cycle Route Hamburg-Sylt - a wonderful route

The trip was great fun, even though I cycled alone due to the lack of other participants. Luggage transport and accommodations were very good - except for the first Hotel Intercity in HH, which was very noisy due to its central location. I found the possibility of storing the bike in a dark underground car park unpleasant; it was a very long way to get there. The guide on my trip gets bad marks. The instruction was limited to a few minutes, I couldn't even try out the e-bike myself; he was lucky to put the saddle at the correct height. He justified his haste by parking in the no-parking zone, which worried him. Then I was given a thick envelope from the hotel with the travel documents for self-study, no tour instructions. Since I am an experienced cyclist, I was able to find my way around easily. I would have liked to have received one or two tips. Later, in Husum, I saw how the travel agent Mr. Rusch introduced a couple to their tour and was very impressed by how personal and caring it was. That's how I would have wanted it too. The luggage transport and the selection of other hotels were good. Suggestion for a correction to the directions in Brunsbüttel. The existing description is not correct, but: after the ferry, Kautzstr. Drive up about 500m, then Posadowskystr., = 4th street. Turn left, drive through to the corner of Koogstr., the Schleusenhotel is on the left, entrance on Koogstr. (Schleusenstr. is not a pedestrian zone, Koogstr. towards Schleuse is one-way street.) The km information did not match my speedometer. It waren daily between 60 and 65 km. It was ok, but I had to use the e-bike battery very sparingly, the battery range is almost 60 km in strong headwinds, for example, on the lightest support level. Otherwise the bike was fine. Great tour, highly recommended.
- Dorothea Klaissle


Rating Hubert Henkemeier

We are on Sun. 11.07. Arrived in HH and on Sat. 17.07. left in Niebüll.
- Hubert Henkemeier


Cycling from Hamburg to Sylt

Despite some corona restrictions, the bike tour was well organized. Although the bike was not handed over personally at the hotel in Hamburg, everything was perfectly organized and all the documents were available. I was lucky with the weather, only a short downpour once, otherwise mostly sunny and often too warm. At noon on the third day, I was annoyed that I had taken an e-bike, since these bikes are much heavier. Until then I cycled without engine power. But in the afternoon I was happy about it, because the headwind was very strong on the dike and this was the case again and again in the next few days. Of the approx. 450 kilometers I cycled, I rode 125 kilometers with motor support because of the sometimes strong headwind. My recommendation, therefore, if you are not used to riding with a headwind, it is better to take an e-bike. The landscape is very beautiful and, although it is not immediately noticeable at first glance, very varied. I was also lucky that relatively few people (except in Sylt) were out and about waren. Often I didn't meet a soul for an hour or two. It would be good if the bicycle information signs were checked from time to time to ensure they are correct. One was turned over, arrow pointed in the wrong direction, one sign was overgrown with tall grass. It would also be nice if the information were not only appropriate for the inner dike but also, at least in certain cases, for the outer dike. So you have to drive up again and again so that you know roughly where you are, because if you drive on the outside (water side), you won't see any towns, signs or junctions. Luggage service worked very well. All in all, a recommendable bike tour.
- Irene Hudler


Anonymous online review from 27.06.2021

As always, a perfectly organized trip! It was nice not having to worry about luggage transport and the hotels. However, a better description of the different variants would be desirable.
- Anonymous


Good elaboration

My only wish would be to make sure that every trip (I have now booked at least 6 with you) does not always involve an overnight stay that is bad. Otherwise waren The trips with you are always well prepared and well described
- Mechthild H.


Very happy with everything

Was totally thrilled! just great from start to finish. Thanks!
- Anonymous


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Very successful vacation

Keep it up, it was a very successful vacation
-Daniela A.

4,5 / 5 stars
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SHL 31

North Sea Coast Cycle Path Hamburg - Sylt

Duration
8 days
Overnight stays
7 nights
Overnight stays
about 351 - 464 km

Every Sunday from April 28th – September 22nd, 2024 | Every Tuesday from June 11th – September 10th, 2024 (blackout date: July 30.07.24th, XNUMX)

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Basic price in € per person * 2024 Cat I Cat II
Double room including breakfast From 769 € From 969 €
Single room including breakfast From 1019 € From 1269 €

Attention: This trip is not suitable for people with reduced mobility.

Train:

  • at Hamburg Altona station
  • from Niebüll or Dagebüll stations

Parking:

  • Hotels in Hamburg Mitte: paid parking spaces or underground parking spaces approx. 20-25 € / day (information without guarantee, subject to availability, no advance reservation, payable on site)
  • Hotels in Hamburg Altona: paid parking spaces approx. 12 € / day (information without guarantee, subject to availability, no advance reservation possible, payable on site)
  • Public multi-storey car park Altona: approx. 12 € / day (information without guarantee, subject to availability, no pre-reservation, payable on site)
  • Additional parking options (free/chargeable) at: www.parkopedia.de

 

General tip for traveling by car

You can easily find a large overview of parking spaces on the external website www.parkopedia.de . view

Hotel examples - hotel may vary - all rooms with shower/toilet or bath/toilet

Category I = comfort

These are middle-class hotels or guesthouses with mostly 3*** stars, rarely 2** stars (according to DEHOGA) or comparable, which offer comfortable rooms, a decent breakfast buffet and a cozy atmosphere. They are mostly in a central location.

Category II Premium

Here we book comfort or first-class hotels for you. Some of these are very good 3-star and 4-star hotels (according to DEHOGA) or comparable, which offer special comfort or are highly recommended due to their special location and ambience. They are mostly in a central location.
   

Hamburg

 
Category I = Best Western Raphael Hotel Altona Category II = Mercure Hotel Hamburg Mitte

Husum

 
Hotel am Schlosspark Hotel am Schlosspark
Category I = Hotel am Schlosspark (standard room) Category II = Hotel am Schlosspark (comfort room)

Niebüll/Dagebüll

 
Hotel Insel Pension Niebüll Hotel Insel Pension Niebüll
Category I = Hotel Insel Pension Niebüll (standard room) Category II = Hotel Insel Pension Niebüll (comfort room)

 

Note:

  • No additional nights are possible during the tour
  • Overnight stay in Brunsbuettel NUR possible in category 1.
  • No extra bed possible in a double room

NOT INCLUDED: Cultural development tax, bed tax, travel to and from, transfers, excursions, entrance and sightseeing fees, city maps, ferry fees, insurance, tips and personal expenses.

General information

Not included in the price: Cultural development tax, bed tax, arrival and departure, transfers, excursions, entrance and sightseeing fees, city maps, ferry fees, insurance, tips and personal expenses.
This trip is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Maps presented are for illustrative purposes only and do not reflect geographical reality.

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