The New York Times traveled from the most populous city in the United States to Denmark in the summer of 2017. Here they visited the small island with just under 40,000 inhabitants.
In an article The New York Times describes Bornholm as being an island that appeals to urbanites and mentions; “…the charming port towns complete with traditional wooden smokehouses, ceramics ateliers and ice cream parlors.”
The New York Times visited the Michelin restaurant Kadeau, where they learned the story of the boys from Bornholm who started Kadeau on the southern coast of the island, about a decade ago.
The New York Times also visited Bornholm Surf Farm, Hallegaard and many more listed below. Read the amazing article in its entirety further down the page.
Torvehal Bornholm is the new market hall in the old Rønne Slaughterhouse - here you can buy local produced foods, under one roof. There is also a café and a wine bar
Eat at the gourmet restaurant Kadeau - the Guide Michelin starred restaurant by the sea.
Bornholm Surf Farm is extreme surfing and Stand Up Padling combined with quietness and relaxation.