If you want to explore the old naval fortress Christiansø on your own, you can find many interesting attractions in the small and secluded corners of the isles.
When you move around on Christiansø and Frederiksø remember that you are in a nature reserve. Specific rules therefore apply. → Read more here
These beautiful allotments are surrounded by thick stone walls that function as shelter from the strong winds and preserve the heat of the sun until autumn.
Here the world ends – at least that is what they believed at the time the fortress was built. And when you stand here on the outermost point to the North-East, you can indeed get a feeling of standing at the end of the world.
A lot of people pass by this little wooden shed by Juul’s Bulwark without noticing that it houses Denmark’s easternmost art gallery. Open all summer.
As the cholera pandemic wreaked havoc in Denmark in the 19th century, the dead sailors and the inhabitants of Ertholmene were buried on special cholera graveyard that was established for the purpose on Frederiksø. You can still see the place today.
If you and your beloved would like to “fjæggas lid” (kiss a little) or merely enjoy the tranquility, visit the love bench on Christiansø located next to “Loppehytten” opposite Bielke’s Bulwark.