On this bicycle route you will experience the white beaches from Rønne to Dueodde on Bornholm. The fishing hamlet of Arnager comes just after the Airport on Bornholm. Arnager is often bathed in sun reflecting off the sea because of the sloping, south-facing cliff. There is a smokehouse near the fishing hamlet of Arnager.
Pedersker Church, a beautifully preserved Romanesque building, lies in open countryside. A tower and vestibule were added in the 16th century. From here you turn south toward Slusegård and its restored water mill. 100 metres south of Slusegård you find “Bornholms Knudepunkt”. Here you find a granite stone showing the spot of the latitude of 55 degrees north and the longitude of 15 degrees east.
Soon the smell of Dueodde’s pine forest and the sand dunes fills the air. The fine sand makes a unique sound under your feet as you walk.
After Snogebæk and Balka you arrive in Nexø, where the coast changes from sand to rock. There was a large trading post at Frennemark south of Svaneke in the Middle Ages.
When you enter the city of Svaneke from the North, you'll see the modern three-legged watertower on the right side.