Dag 1 Lelystad Cuxhaven
Published: 16/10/2019
Strand Cuxhaven
Roadtrip 2018.
This is the route of our first day and runs from Lelystad (my home) to Cuxhaven in Germany.
Meeting point at the Mac in Barneveld, from there you drive through the Veluwe and over the dykes along the IJssel to the north of the Netherlands.
Especially the dikes (RP6 to RP8) along the IJssel are a pleasure to drive, many curves and beautiful nature.
You pass a number of small villages where you can possibly stop for a short break.

At RP8 we cross the IJssel by ferry and drive towards Raalte. In Raalte lies the American Motorcycle Museum, well worth a visit. Turn right at the roundabout at RP12. Restaurant Tivoli is located next to the Museum.

From Raalte it is about provincial roads via Hardenberg, Coevorden and Emmen to Germany.
The first big city is Papenburg, nice opportunity to stop and eat in one of the many good restaurants in the center, another option is to drive to Leer, there too there is enough opportunity to eat something.

Last stage is about provincial roads and a small piece of motorway, to the end point for the first day, Cuxhaven.
Cuxhaven is a beautiful German seaside resort with large beaches, many campsites and hotels.

The route has a few nice parts with lots of bends but there are also a number of boring parts, simply to make meters on the first day.

The route has a 3-star rating.
Camping Cuxhaven
Barneveld
Useful links:
American Motorcycle Museum Raalte
Day 2
Camping Nordsee Cuxhaven

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