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  1. Angus

    The 45km coastline of Angus combines sandy beaches and rugged cliffs.
  2. Shetland

    Shetland is an archipelago that lies in the Northern North Sea approximately 200km North of the Scottish Mainland and about 360km west of Bergen.
  3. Perthshire

    In the heart of Scotland, on the edge of the Highlands, our air is fresh, our rivers are pure and our welcome is warm.
  4. England

    The route through England takes you through all kinds of landscape - coastal and inland, moorland and forest, industrial centres and ports, cathedral cities and market towns, fenland and broadland, leafy lanes and charming villages, and past at least 11 castles!
  5. Lincolnshire

    Lincolnshire is the fourth largest county in England, and the largest in the East Midlands region. It is an area steeped in history with a wide variety of landscapes.
  6. Cambridgeshire

    The largest town in the area is Wisbech which flourished as a port in the 18th and 19th centuries.
  7. Norfolk

    The county of Norfolk offers gently rolling countryside, ideal for cyclists, with arguably the driest climate in the UK.
  8. Essex

    Bordering the North Sea, Essex has a long coastline penetrated by broad estuaries which are of great importance for nature conservation.
  9. The Netherlands

    In the Netherlands the North Sea Cycle Route follows the Noordzee route in the west from the border near Sluis to Callantsoog (LF1) and in the north the Waddenzee route (LF10).
  10. South-Holland

    South-Holland is the most densely Dutch province. Rotterdam, the second largest harbour in the world following Sjanghai, as well as the Hague, the seat of government both lie in the province of South-Holland. The cities are close to the route, even if you follow the quiet cycle paths through the dunes.

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