The northeast coast from Allinge to Svaneke is among the most typical on Bornholm and has its own special beauty. Ancient monuments, a magnificent rocky coast, dark, cool fault valleys cut into the coast and Randkløveskår Ravine, which is 12 metres deep.
In Rø at the Helligdomsklipperne you will get to the Art Museum of Bornholm. In Gudhjem you have to visit the Oluf Høst Museum, which is housed in the artist’s former home in Gudhjem, the Gudhjem Museum in the former railway station “above” the town, and the Melstedgård Agricultural Museum.
On your ride you will experience the three villages of Allinge, Gudhjem and Svaneke, which grew up around natural, rocky harbours. Just a 30-kilometre ride along the east coast, but packed with enough to keep you busy for several days.
When you enter the city of Svaneke from the North, you'll see the modern three-legged watertower on the right side.