Experience the waterfalls of Bornholm
Bornholm has been voted Denmark’s best holiday destination for the second year running at the well-known and prestigious Danish Travel Awards. We are deeply proud and grateful to have been voted the favourite holiday destination in Denmark for the second year in a row.
More and more people are visiting Bornholm all year round, and we can see why; Bornholm is a very special place and every season offers its own range of experiences and impressions.
In winter, you get an even better sense of the rocky island because you get to experience its nature and raw beauty in full force. The wind whips your cheeks to a rosy glow as you walk along the wide sandy beaches or climb the steep cliffs. Gradually, winter’s harshness gives way to the buds of spring, when the island comes back to life and nature starts to stir and grow, turning everything bright green.
In spring you can pick wild garlic to make pesto, take a walk among the white anemones that blanket the forest bed, or watch the water gushing from one of the island’s 14 waterfalls. Or grab a blanket and enjoy a tasty cup of coffee or lunch in the first warm rays of sun at one of the island’s many great cafés or restaurants.
Once you’ve been to Bornholm, you’ll want to come back again and again, because Bornholm steals your heart, and every season has its own charm.
Your holiday on Bornholm begins when boarding the ferry. The modern and direct ferry from Sassnitz on the German Island Rügen brings you quickly and safely to Bornholm in less than 3½ hours.
The ferry service starts on March 21st, and throughout the spring, there are three weekly departures, on Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays (daily departures in the summer season).
A ferry ticket costs only 69 euros for a car + 5 people.
You can also travel by high-speed ferry from Ystad in Sweden – or take a flight from Copenhagen to Rønne on Bornholm.
Psst! Did you know that Bornholm is named one of Europe’s best holiday Islands by Conde Nast Traveler.