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Enjoy a relaxing holiday for two in a unique nature, with many sights and a lot of exciting attractions and experiences.
Discover Bornholm here
Do you long for a spring holiday in Denmark – with cosy moments, delicious food from local production, a lot of outdoor activities as well as arts and crafts? Then you definitely should visit Bornholm! More than 150 km coastline with both rocky cliffs and white sandy beaches with crystal clear water – and cosy old fishing villages. Because of Bornholm’s size, you need not travel more than half an hour to your next experience – regardless, where on Bornholm you are staying.
Want to go the easy and convenient way to Bornholm? Take the Danish airline DATs plane to the island – the flights are CO2-neutral, because DAT compensates 110% for all flights. The flying time from Copenhagen to Rønne is only 35 minutes.
Bornholmslinjens catamaran ferries will take you from Ystad in Sweden to silence and peaceful surroundings on Bornholm in just 1 hour and 20 minutes. Tickets are available from only DKK 99,- one-way (car, incl. up to 5 persons).
History has clearly left its footsteps on Bornholm. Visit the beautiful old round churches, or Northern Europes largest castle ruin Hammershus, where you also can visit a new and already award-winning Visitor Centre. Just an hour by boat from Gudhjem you can visit the old fortress Christiansø, that witnesses about the island’s past as Northern Europes first Sea Fortress from 1684.
Do you like to work out outside? Then you should try the island’s more than 230 km long bicycle trails. But also MTB enthusiasts have discovered Bornholms nature for their training and competitions.
If you want to go out running in fresh air, just go into the woods where you find several marked paths – maybe the best way to go sightseeing and and discover the surroundings. But you can also go climping, kayaking, surfing, diving and much more – Bornholm has a lot to offer.
“On a dot of Danish land in the Baltic Sea, chefs have elevated local ingredients and sparked an island-wide culinary awakening.”
– Travel + Leisure Magazine