Cycling and resting in the Dahme-Heideseen Nature Park

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This 20 km cycle tour combines typical Brandenburg nature with a variety of gastronomy along the way. The tour runs mostly on paved cycle paths and side roads and offers some variety. The start and finish is at the tourist information office in Prieros. On the roadside cycle path to Gräbendorf, a detour to the KiEZ at Frauensee is recommended. The children's animal park will make children's hearts beat faster.
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  • A typical cycle path in the Dahme-Seenland, Foto: Uwe Seibt, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • At the herb and nature farm in Kolberg, Foto: Sandra Fonarob, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Cyclists at the marked junction, Foto: Dana Klaus, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
Excellent ice cream creations await cyclists in Gräbendorf and Gussow. In Gussow you can also take a break for an ice cream at the beach. The highlight in Dolgenbrodt is the cycle bridge. It crosses the Dahme at a dizzying height of over 5 metres. The next bridge is crossed in Blossin. A prior visit to the harbour and the harbour café on the grounds of the youth education centre JBZ Blossin is always a good idea. Bathing suits should also be in your luggage on this cycle tour. Finally, the tour leads back to the starting point in Prieros via Kolberg.

Length: 21 km (2 h)

Start / Finish: Prieros Tourist Information

Route sign: without

Signposts: 52, 51, 61, 57, 56, 53

How to get there:
  •     Public transport: Bus stop in Prieros
  •     Car: A13 to Bestensee exit then B264 to Prieros

Route: Prieros - Gräbendorf - Gussow - Dolgenbrodt - Blossin - Kolberg - Prieros

Rest stops and places of interest along the route:  

  •     Gräbendorf: Zum Brotsommelier, Bäckerei Schüren (both with ice cream from the Eisguerilla), children's animal park at KiEZ Frauensee.
  •     Gussow: Strandidyll ice cream parlour with bathing beach, Dolgensee viewing platform
  •     Friedrichsbauhof: Kuddels Gastwirtschaft, cycle bridge over the Dahme
  •     Dolgenbrodt: Kober Inn, Ferry House Restaurant
  •     Blossin: JBZ Blossin with bathing beach and harbour café Palstek, Restaurant Zur Fischerhütte
  •     Kolberg: Alter Dorfkrug restaurant, herb and nature farm, bathing beach, Aurora fishery on the Lange See lake
  •     Prieros: Café Zur Palme, tourist information office Heideseen, butcher's shop Kayser, Prieros harbour, church, local history museum, organic garden, nature park administration

Possible combinations:

  •     Cycling and flying in the Dahme-Heideseen Nature Park
  •     Brandenburg Countryside Tour in the Dahme Lake District
  •     DahmeRadweg
  •     Trial tour on the Dahme cycle path and farmyard hunting trail
  •     Tree history(s) in the Dahme-Heideseen Nature Park

Trail conditions: well-maintained cycle paths, asphalted minor roads and paved forest and farm tracks

Maps and literature:

  •     "Nature Park Dahme-Heideseen", cycling and hiking map, 1:35,000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-092-0, 6.90 Euros
  •     Free brochure "The most beautiful cycle tours in the district of Dahme-Spreewald Part 1".

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This 20 km cycle tour combines typical Brandenburg nature with a variety of gastronomy along the way. The tour runs mostly on paved cycle paths and side roads and offers some variety. The start and finish is at the tourist information office in Prieros. On the roadside cycle path to Gräbendorf, a detour to the KiEZ at Frauensee is recommended. The children's animal park will make children's hearts beat faster.
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  • A typical cycle path in the Dahme-Seenland, Foto: Uwe Seibt, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • At the herb and nature farm in Kolberg, Foto: Sandra Fonarob, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
  • Cyclists at the marked junction, Foto: Dana Klaus, Lizenz: Tourismusverband Dahme-Seenland e.V.
Excellent ice cream creations await cyclists in Gräbendorf and Gussow. In Gussow you can also take a break for an ice cream at the beach. The highlight in Dolgenbrodt is the cycle bridge. It crosses the Dahme at a dizzying height of over 5 metres. The next bridge is crossed in Blossin. A prior visit to the harbour and the harbour café on the grounds of the youth education centre JBZ Blossin is always a good idea. Bathing suits should also be in your luggage on this cycle tour. Finally, the tour leads back to the starting point in Prieros via Kolberg.

Length: 21 km (2 h)

Start / Finish: Prieros Tourist Information

Route sign: without

Signposts: 52, 51, 61, 57, 56, 53

How to get there:
  •     Public transport: Bus stop in Prieros
  •     Car: A13 to Bestensee exit then B264 to Prieros

Route: Prieros - Gräbendorf - Gussow - Dolgenbrodt - Blossin - Kolberg - Prieros

Rest stops and places of interest along the route:  

  •     Gräbendorf: Zum Brotsommelier, Bäckerei Schüren (both with ice cream from the Eisguerilla), children's animal park at KiEZ Frauensee.
  •     Gussow: Strandidyll ice cream parlour with bathing beach, Dolgensee viewing platform
  •     Friedrichsbauhof: Kuddels Gastwirtschaft, cycle bridge over the Dahme
  •     Dolgenbrodt: Kober Inn, Ferry House Restaurant
  •     Blossin: JBZ Blossin with bathing beach and harbour café Palstek, Restaurant Zur Fischerhütte
  •     Kolberg: Alter Dorfkrug restaurant, herb and nature farm, bathing beach, Aurora fishery on the Lange See lake
  •     Prieros: Café Zur Palme, tourist information office Heideseen, butcher's shop Kayser, Prieros harbour, church, local history museum, organic garden, nature park administration

Possible combinations:

  •     Cycling and flying in the Dahme-Heideseen Nature Park
  •     Brandenburg Countryside Tour in the Dahme Lake District
  •     DahmeRadweg
  •     Trial tour on the Dahme cycle path and farmyard hunting trail
  •     Tree history(s) in the Dahme-Heideseen Nature Park

Trail conditions: well-maintained cycle paths, asphalted minor roads and paved forest and farm tracks

Maps and literature:

  •     "Nature Park Dahme-Heideseen", cycling and hiking map, 1:35,000, Dr. Barthel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-89591-092-0, 6.90 Euros
  •     Free brochure "The most beautiful cycle tours in the district of Dahme-Spreewald Part 1".

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Prieroser Dorfstr. 18a

15754 Heidesee OT Prieros

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Tourismusverband Dahme Seenland e.V.

Bahnhofsvorplatz 5
15711 Königs Wusterhausen

Tel.: +49 (0) 3375-252025

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