Experience Arnager Harbour and the longest wooden bridge over open sea in Northern Europe
Arnager is an offshore harbour connected to the coast by the longest wooden bridge over open sea in northern Europe.
Arnager Harbour is the only port along the south coast that can be entered by keelboats with a two-metre draught.
Visiting craft are welcome in the harbour, and in good weather, visitors can dock on the inner side of the pierhead. In addition to a small gallery, the fishing hamlet features a herring smokehouse with a restaurant.
There are exciting things to see in the area for anyone interested in history and geology.
These include fossilised dinosaur footprints and the remains of mining operations where phosphate rock was previously extracted.
In addition, there are remains of the phosphaterock shipping facilities east of the harbour and remains of the old harbour west of the harbour.
The harbour is well-protected behind the shallow Arnager Reef. The reef extends to the south-east and abounds with potential for skin diving. The nautical map shows the safe approach to the harbour.
Open all year
Special opening days
Special closing days
Tlf. +45 5697 6054
Redningsvejen 5, Arnager