From Boderne Harbour, you start by walking west along the beach, after which you will quickly encounter the outlet of the stream, Læsåen. Further up the creek, a bridge will lead you across. Continue west, and soon you’ll see a landscape dominated by sandy cliffsides. You can walk on top of the cliffside, but it is by far the easiest to walk on the beach. Continue in the same direction for a few kilometres, and soon you reach the river outlet of the stream called Risebækken. Follow the stream to find the beautiful waterfall surrounded by slate rock. – The waterfall is sometimes called “The red waterfall” because the stream is sometimes completely red due to ochre deposits in the slate. Soon you’ll be at Sose Bay, and to reach Sose Odde, you have to follow the sign that leads you up the slope to the path you need to follow. TIP: On a Decembers night in 1678, one of the worst maritime disasters in Danish history took place off Sose Bay. 19 out of 24 ships were wrecked when caught in a nasty storm and ran aground at Sose Reef. It was a Swedish convoy sailing from Pomerania to Sweden at the beginning of the Scanian War. There were about 4,000 people on board, a large proportion of whom were women and children. It is unknown exactly how many perished, but a large proportion of the shipwrecked drowned or later died of frostbite. You can see parts from the wrecks at Bornholms Museum in Rønne, and even today, ship wreckage is still washing up on the beach, over 300 years later.