Enjoy a Danish winter holiday on Bornholm and get unforgettable memories

Winter can be quieter on Bornholm than in other seasons. But on the Winter Island Bornholm you get a lot of Danish hygge, relaxation and many great attractions and sights.

Get our suggestions here

Enjoy a winter holiday in Denmark

Bornholm might not be the first destination you may think of, when searching for a winter holiday destination in Europe. But the Danish island in the Baltic Sea, not that far from Copenhagen, and its famous medieval castle ruins, with its unspoiled and unique nature, as well as the popular arts and craft, makes it a perfect place for a winter getaway.

Here’s what you can do during your holiday

You’ll find long sandy beaches with some of the finest sand in Europe. Go hiking on coastal paths that lead you through harsh, raw and unspoiled nature along the Baltic Sea. Or enjoy a tasty gourmet dinner for two in one of Bornholms lovely restaurants. See our guides further down.

Get inspired by the island's unique nature and monumental sights
Try these 10 winter activities for two
Starry nights: Experience Bornholm's night sky

Here are more suggestions and hints for a unique winter holiday on Bornholm

You can visit Bornholm all year round and discover the island's unique nature and sights at your own speed. Relax and experience a lot of Danish "hygge".
Visit the Bornholm craftsmen and artisans
Become Christmassy on the Danish Island of Bornholm
Eateries on Bornholm: Try one of these 10 tasty restaurants
Pay a visit to the Bornholm's Art Museum this winter

Travel information and accommodation on Bornholm

Take the direct ferry from Germany (Sassnitz/Rügen) or Ystad in Sweden to the Danish island Bornholm in the Baltic Sea. You can also travel by plane from Copenhagen and other Danish airports.

In order to get around on the island, you can rent a car. And after an exciting day on the island, there are many cosy places to stay overnight - and their hosts are looking forward to welcoming you. Find more information here:
Travel information: How to get to Bornholm
Accommodation for two: Here are our suggestions for a cosy place to stay overnight
Bornholm on your phone - download our free app

“Bornholm, less than an hour’s flight from Copenhagen, fascinates the Danes. But the rest of the world is also eager to discover its landscapes, craftsmanship and creativity. Paradis at your fingertips.”

– Magazine “So Nespresso” (Fall-Winter 2020, from p. 54)

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