Walks on Bornholm
Bornholm on foot
Sandy beaches, forests and skerries. Walks in fantastic rift valleys created by the Ice Age. The Baltic Sea in both a mild and windy version. The tens of thousands of flowering cherry trees, which together with the millions of anemones and ramsons cover the island in white. The natural world on Bornholm is the main reason why many people choose to visit the island. And nature on Bornholm is unique!
Walk all over Bornholm
There are many ways to explore the Bornholm nature. Try a sail from Gudhjem to Helligdomsklipperne or one of the trips from Hammer Harbour, where you can see the rocky coast with bird cliffs and fantastic caves, beautiful shapes, and great colors. Try a walk around Hammerknuden or along the streams Kobbe Å and Døndale Å, which both end at a waterfall where Døndalefaldet with its 25 m is the highest waterfall of Denmark. Or take a trip through the Echo Valley, which is 12 km and the longest rift valley of the island. Or try the coastal path between Saltuna and Bølshavn with small fishing villages, wild cliffs, coastal forests, marshes and valleys. Or or or ... opportunities and places are many. We have some walk suggestions for you further down in this article.
Find nature walks from the Danish Naturstyrelse and try an exciting walk. Read more on www.bornholmsnatur.dk
Buy maps and books
If you want a good map or nature guide you can buy one at the Bornholm Visitor Centre when you arrive or in our webshop
Round Bornholm March
If you want to participate in the Round Bornholm March, then visit Bornholm at the end of June. The march around Bornholm takes place from June 30 - July 2, 2017.
More about the Round Bornholm March