Redtown B&B is only a few minutes’ walk or bicycle ride from Rødby Ferry railway station and the terminal for ferries to Germany. It’s therefore ideal for tourists travelling without a car. The house is located in a quiet road – Torvegade - running parallel to the main street in Rødbyhavn, where you will find both restaurants and shops. The leisure harbour and beach can be reached easily by foot, and on the way you can view an exhibition about the coming Fixed Link to Germany, which is now being built. www.femern.com.
At the end of the road you climb up a few steps to the 60 km long bicycle and walking path along the dike on the South coast of Lolland. This path is part of the Baltic Sea cycling track (signposted No. 8). Rødbyhavn is thus ideal for a stop, whether you are coming from the Eastern or Western side of the coast – and naturally from the German holiday island Fehmarn as well! From Rødbyhavn you can continue Northwards along the old railway line to the cathedral town of Maribo with its picturesque lakes. The pilgrimage route the Monks’ Trail (www.munkevejen.dk) runs along the same track.
The houses in Torvegade - built in English garden town style – were constructed for the workers at the shipyard established in 1916 in Rødbyhavn.
Guided cycling tours and town walk. There are many cycling trails from Rødbyhavn. Come along on a guided tour and learn more about the places you pass and the interesting history of the area. - A town walk of Rødbyhavn is also available. Read more under Excursions.
For the development and marketing of the cycling tours, financial support was given by The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.
On the webpage for Lolland-Falster www.visitlolland-falster.com you can learn more about the many attractions and events as well as the delicious food products available on the islands.
Redtown Bed and Excursions ved Susan Daniels • Torvegade 7 • DK-4970 Rødbyhavn • +45 26 20 97 52 • firstname.lastname@example.org