Cycling by the Lithuanian seacoast.
Lithuanian seacost – the Curonian Spit, Seaside Regional Park and the most popular sea resort Palanga.
The unique Neringa resort located on the Curonian Spit stretches for even 50 kilometres connecting the settlements of Juodkrantė, Preila, Pervalka and Nida. Wandering Nida dunes leave all visitors astounded. Standing on the peak of dunes you’ll enjoy a breathtaking view: hills of white sand and waves of the Baltic, the verdure of pine-trees and calm Curonian Lagoon. You get the feeling of listening to the symphony of wind, sand and water performed by nature.The Giruliai Forest, the place where the cognition with seaside nature and history comes to an end, the Seaside Regional Park with its 24 m high cliff – Dutchman‘s Cap, desolate and clean beaches, many rare plants and a great variety of birds. Palanga – the Amber Museum which houses very rich amber collection, the Botanical Park of Palanga with Birute's Hill - a 22-metre-high dune, the central street full of souvenir shops, open-air cafes leading to the beach and the pier. And of course bicycle paths, specially designed for panoramic tours.