Kasper Andersen- VisitFyn
Discover Denmark by driving the 'Marguerite Route'. If you following this natural route, you are sure that you will discover Denmarks most beautiful nature.
The Danish monarch, Queen Margrethe, officially opened the Marguerite Route and the Route was established in the 1980s. The route has the name from her favourite flower, the 'Marguerite Daisy'. Whenever you take a car or bike, this route is a country-wide scenic route that takes you past more than 200 of Denmark's top attractions and through some of the country's most picturesque scenery.
The Marguerite Route covers over 3,000km of Denmark, taking you past remote parts of the country and well-travelled areas. The Route is easy to follow. You just follow the signs by the roadside. You look out for square signs in brown with bold white daisies. Not all roads are accessible for buses or campervans, but in general, the vast majority of the route is accessible to all traffic types.
Since 2001, the Outdoor Council has owned the route, and it collaborates with VisitDenmark, tourist agencies and other central organisations to ensure the maintenance and upgrading of the routes.