Getting here

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Sydkustleden begins and ends in Simrishamn and Helsingborg, depending on your direction. Both of these cities a wide range of fine options for accommodations and dining ranging from deluxe hotels and unforgettable culinary experiences to cosy bed & breakfast options.

Skånetrafiken operates both Öresund trains and the more local Pågatåg trains to many of the places along Sydkustleden. You can plan your trip on the Skånetrafiken website.

If you are travelling from Stockholm to Sydkustleden, Statens järnvägar (SJ), the Swedish national railway company, will bring you here. Please note that the tickets of the local railway companies are not valid for trips on SJ trains. You also are not allowed to take your bicycle on board an SJ train. You can read more about SJ on their website.

Train stations along Sydkustleden: Simrishamn, Ystad, Trelleborg, Malmö, Lomma, Landskrona, Glumslöv and Helsingborg.


Major bus stations: Simrishamn, Ystad, Trelleborg, Falsterbo, Vellinge, Malmö, Lomma, Löddeköpinge, Landskrona, Glumslöv and Helsingborg.


Airports: Copenhagen Airport (Kastrup) and Malmö Airport.


Bicycles on trains and buses

Skånetrafiken operates public transportation in Skåne. The region has a well-organized train and bus network that makes it easy to get to place all over Skåne. The Öresund and Pågatåg trains allow you to take along your bicycle for a fee, provided there is space. The regional (yellow) buses let you take along your bicycle, provided there is space, on weekends from 4 a.m. to 11 p.m. During the summer period (15 June to 15 August), these times apply every day. You can read more about travelling with your bicycle, on the Skånetrafiken website.