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Listed is a city in Bornholm.

the harbour

Get in[edit]

Take bus no 7. Or walk from Svaneke

Get around[edit]


  • 1 Svaneke. A very well preserved town on the most Eastern point of the island, Svaneke boasts the most hours of sunlight in all of Northern Europe. Known as one of the prettiest and best preserved towns on the island it is also well known for its many artists and galleries. There is a market day on the town square and it is one of the most wonderful things about this town. Wednesday and Saturday from 09:00-14:00 throughout the summer season and only on Saturdays until noon the rest of the year. The market is crowded with people, buying and talking, watching and contemplating... listening to the live music and drinking beer. The requirement for being a vendor here is, you have to have made the wares yourself. There are fresh organic vegetables, battered fried fish, sausages and bitters, photo-cards, jewellery, artworks and crafts, hats sweaters and socks, leather shoes; there is something for everyone here. A big hit with the kids is the horse and buggy ride around the town, picking up and dropping people off on the market. The colourful life of the market on its own is worth the visit. The unique red church from the 1300s is also worth seeing, it is one of the oldest on the island and one of the prettiest too, as it watches over Baltic. Svaneke has two harbours, a larger one and a smaller one for the locals, filled with colourful boats and a nearby seafood smokehouse (with indoor and outdoor dining). But perhaps what this town is most well known for... is its beer. The islands only brewery Svaneke Bryghus has become quite well known all over Denmark. A water tower designed by the architect Jørn Utzon (best known for the Sydney Opera House) in Svaneke. Oluf Høst was born in Svaneke and his house can be seen on OlufHøstgade. There are also many specialty sweet shops in Svaneke, such as handmade candies, caramels, licorice and chocolates, all made in high quality. There is even an organic homemade ice-cream parlour. Svaneke is also one of the only towns besides Rønne that has life even throughout the winter. Svaneke (Q605001) on Wikidata Svaneke on Wikipedia


  • 2 Joboland. An amusement park near Svaneke with a small water park, animals and rides. Brændesgårdshaven (Q6206829) on Wikidata Joboland on Wikipedia


Harbour and guldsmed


  • 1 Hummer Hytten (Lobster Cabin), Strandstien 10, +45 23451735. May-Sep 10:30 to sunset. Informal outdoor setting with lobster at former smokehouses. The lobster is good, but at 1200 kr/kg for the uncleaned Danish lobster, you might want to go there for a snack.
  • 2 Bay Frost, Strandstien 1A, +45 20225305. Champagner bar, ice cream, home made danish cake & espresso next to the harbour



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