The island of Bornholm is the easternmost island in Denmark and is located in the middle of the Baltic Sea. Together with its six uninhabited side islands, it is located approx. 80 kilometers northeast of Rügen.
The island can only be reached by ferry from Germany, Sweden or Denmark. The ferries to Bornholm depart from the cities of Sassnitz (Germany), Ystad (Sweden) and Køge (Denmark). It should be noted that high-speed ferries are available on some routes, but the timetables may differ depending on the time of year. The main providers are â € œScandlinesâ € and â € œBornholmerFÃ¦rgenâ €. Caravans, mobile homes or cars can be taken on the ferries without any problems, but this must be stated when booking. Bicycles and motorbikes are also very popular.
Bornholm’s nature always offers more than the beautiful rocky coasts and sandy beaches, and this second part of Bornholm is now becoming more accessible, says the Danish Nature Agency. A new walking route through Bornholm called Højlyngsstien will soon become a reality. With funds from the government agreement Summer in Nature 2020, Bornholm is now … Read more