Medieval Castle ruins, raw and beautiful nature and silence is what you can experience on Bornholm. You get the chance to see famous arts & crafts. And - Bornholm is also the home of high quality gourmet products that you can taste during your vacation. Welcome to a winter holiday experience in Denmark, that you never had before.
Read our guides to the best winter activities on the island and much more.
Bornholm might not be one of the first destinations that will pop up in your mind, when searching for a winter holiday destination in Europe. But the Danish island in the Baltic Sea, with its famous medieval castle ruins, with its unspoiled and unique nature is a perfect place for a winter getaway. You can choose from a large variety of activities – enjoy outdoor sports, a tasty gourmet dinner, famous arts & crafts and real Danish “hygge”.
Reykjavík, London, Mallorca – Bornholm has a lot in common with these destinations. 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 and offers you a breathtaking view over the Baltic Sea and the coast of Sweden on top of it – and you can enjoy a tasty gourmet dinner for two in one of Bornholms restaurants. See our guides further down.
Coming to terms with the more practical information around your winter holiday on Bornholm – you can fly to Copenhagen and from there travel by car, bus, ferry or plane to Bornholm. There are several car rental offices on the island. Some of the hotels on the island also offer winter holiday packages and will also give you hints and ideas for what to do on Bornholm.
Would you like to treat yourself with a tasty winter menu – then you have come to the right destination. On Bornholm you have the chance to taste a lot of high quality foods. Whether you want to prepare a romantic “Dinner for two” from ingredients that are produced here on the island – or you want to enjoy a meal in one of Bornholms many gourmet restaurants – you’ll have both on the the island.
Pay also a visit to Bornholms beautiful Market Hall, that opened in summer 2017. Here in the old abbatoir of Rønne, you’ll find a large variety of raw materials from Bornholm as well as other Bornholm produced foods. The Market Hall Torvehal Bornholm is open all year on selected week days.