Bornholm offers a lot more than just sunshine and sandy beaches: You can discover beautiful and rough nature, great restaurants and exciting museums, silence and relaxation - also in winter.
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In the middle of the Baltic Sea is an island, where the winter nights can be cold, quiet and clear. Winter is the best time to discover the island’s real DNA: Go outside and watch the high waves run against the steep cliffs. Visit some of the most interesting museums on the island.
Or grab a book, snuggle under a cosy blanket on the sofa in your rented summer house – and dive into the scary world of Nordic Noir.
Your relaxing holiday to Bornholm (also named one of Europe’s best holiday Islands by Conde Nast Traveler, 2019) starts when boarding the ferry. The modern and direct ferry from Sassnitz/Mukran on the German Island Rügen brings you safe and quick to Bornholm. In less than 3½ hours.
You can also travel by fast ferry from Ystad in Sweden – or take the plane from Copenhagen to Rønne on Bornholm.
Even in winter, Bornholm has great nature to discover. It’s always open. Now in winter, you only share the island with the locals and some few winter enthusiasts.
For centuries, crafts have been a tradition on Bornholm. And because of its high quality, Bornholm has been named the first European Word Craft Region by the World Craft Council. Pay a visit to some of the local craftsmen.
Everywhere on the island, you’ll find cosy restaurants. Many of them solely use local ingredients for their menus. The perfect basis for your cosy and romantic “Dinner for two”.