From Hammershus, you continue down to the coast until you reach Hammer harbour, where granite from the quarries was previously shipped. Walk across the parking lot and continue until you get back on the coastal path again. Now continue around Bornholms northernmost tip, Hammerknuden. Salomon’s Chapel was built in the Middle Ages for the many anglers who had herring markets on this location.
NOTE: At Hammer Harbour, there is a café, kiosk, as well as the possibility of a shower. At Hammersø, not far from the harbour, there is a shelter for overnight stays.
TIP: Take a detour. At Hammer Harbour go to the right insted of across the parking lot, and go see the former granite quarry, Opalsøen (Opal lake). After a small trip around the quarry lake, you can walk back the same way and continue the trip.