Near Hoek van Holland several cycling routes have been marked, varying from 20 to 40 kilometres. The VVV (Tourist Agency) provides these.
Cycling route Duin en Tuin (Dune/garden route), about 20 km, starts at the VVV (Tourist Agency).
Cycling route Glazen Stad (Agricultural route), about 25 km, starts at the VVV (Tourist Agency).
Cycling route Waterweg Polder, about 40 km, starts at the VVV (Tourist Agency).
Cycling route Maasvlakte-vesting route, about 40 km, starts at the VVV (Tourist Agency).
From Hoek van Holland you can also cycle to Rotterdam alongside the New Waterway: until Maassluis via the LF1a North Sea route, then via the LF 12a Maas and Vesting route to Vlaardingen and from there to Rotterdam via the LF11a Prinsenroute.
Hoek van Holland is a service area in the long-distance cycling route LF1. The LF1, together with the LF10 Waddenzee route is the Dutch part of the international North Sea Cycling route. This continuous to Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Scotland and England and has an overall length of about 6,000 km.