Cycling Holiday – Over Mors and through Thy National Park – 6 days | VisitNordjylland

Cycling Holiday – Over Mors and through Thy National Park – 6 days

We’ve put together the best of Mors and Thy in this one cycling package. The trip starts on the island of Mors with its attractive and varied nature. Then over the Limfjord to Thisted, which nestles snugly on the banks of the Limfjord.

Onwards to Hanstholm, which sits proudly on Jutland’s windswept shoulders. Thy National Park is Denmark’s largest wilderness and the perfect place for plants, birds, animals and people who love space, open skies and fresh air.

In South Thy the fjord’s peaceful rhythm returns, before the small ferry crosses the fjord and you find yourself on Mors once again. The sun route, a local cycle route, then winds along the fjord back to the starting point, after a trip filled with diverse nature. Daily stages 40 - 45 km. 5 nights including breakfast, maps, tour description and brochures. Only 362 EUR per person in a double room.

 

TOUR NO. 504

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Cycling Holiday – Over Mors and through Thy National Park – 6 days

Date of arrival Select a date above
Date of departure
Quantity 367,00 EUR

(Over Mors and through Thy National Park) Child under 12 accompanied by 2 adults

Quantity 203,00 EUR

(Over Mors and through Thy National Park) Additional payment for single room per person

Quantity 134,00 EUR

(Over Mors and through Thy National Park) Half board

Quantity 129,00 EUR

(Over Mors and through Thy National Park) Baggage transport per person

Quantity 102,00 EUR

(Over Mors) Cycle hire

Quantity 41,00 EUR

(Over Mors) Hire of electric cycle

Quantity 82,00 EUR
Total price 0,00 EUR
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Morsø Turistbureau (VisitMors)

367 square kilometres of true holiday experience on the island of Mors. The biggest island in the Limfjord, known for its unique scenery, with many opportunities for active holidays and for delicious fish and shellfish caught by local fishermen. The island's varied nature ranges from the dramatic moler cliffs in the Northern part of Mors showing 55 million years of history to the more peaceful Southern part of Mors, which has rich agricultural areas and big plantations, such as Legind Bjerge. The Limfjord also leaves its mark in the landscape and has impressed locals and visitors, incuding many artists throughout the centuries. Mors has a range of small and bigger harbours around the island. The town of Nykøbing offers many interesting holiday experiences within walking distance. The town with its approx. 9,000 inhabitants is the capital of Mors.
Morsø Turistbureau
Havnen 4
7900 Nykøbing Mors

+45 97 72 04 88

mt@visitmors.dk
www.visitmors.com/ln-int/mors/mors-tourist
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Monday - Friday 9.00am – 4.00pm.
Saturday 9.00am – 12.00 noon
Sunday Closed.

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Saturday 9.00am – 2.00pm.
Sunday Closed.

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