Kattegattleden is a national cycle route that stretches across all of Halland. The stretch in Falkenberg runs through a variety of terrain and has many scenic stops along the way.
Sweden’s first national cycle route
Kattegattleden is 390 kilometres long and stretches from Gothenburg to Helsingborg. The route consists of a variety of cycle paths, many of which hug the coastline and are car-free, making it very safe for cyclists to travel on them. The red and white signs marked with the number 1 show the way. Along the Falkenberg stretch, you are always close to lovely sandy beaches, beautiful nature reserves and interesting attractions all the way from Morup in the north to Steninge in the south.
If you get a craving for a good cup of coffee and a bite to eat, there are cafés and restaurants scattered along the route like a string of pearls. When you get tired and decide to call it a day, there are several different types of accommodation - from camping to B&B to a hotel room - to choose from. There are several spa facilities along the coastline where you can get some relief for achy joints and muscles - or simply relax after a long day of cycling.
Plan your bike trip
Kattegatleden’s website can help you plan your trip. The website contains maps of different stages of the route as well as information about accommodation, excursions you can take and restaurants along the path.