Below you see some of the experiences that can be found on Ærø.
Enjoy a wonderful time at Marstal harbor, in the cozy smokehouse, which offers various island specialties.
Noisy land crabs. We are building a maritime amusement park in Marstal on Ærø. In 2022, the park will open for rides / activities.
Stay tuned here and see how it goes. You can also follow
In the year 2021, you can visit Skipper Park’s café while the kids have fun in the maritime surroundings and on the playground around.
Mrs. NØRGAARD lives in Marstal on Ærø.
Mrs NØRGAARD sells handicrafts, clothes, jewelery, bags, soaps, lamps and much more delicious for you and your home.
Here you can buy all the “we women can not do without”.
Come and be inspired by the beautiful applied art and clothes in all the colorful pang colors.
Beautiful or fun applied art for your home and clothes for everyday or party.
The Ærø Guide is your guide to the good holiday on Ærø.
The guide contains everything you need to get a good experience of Ærø. Dive i.a. down into the history behind the many, Ærø bathing houses or get good tips for the active holiday in Ærø’s hilly landscape.
Femina Travel Report
The nature is fantastic with hilly terrain, lots of experiences by the sea and one of Denmark’s best beaches, Eriks Hale on the east coast. On Ærø there is gastronomy, hip hotels, fun, different shops and a tranquility and beauty not found in many places.
The brickyard site
Ærø Golf Club
The engine factory
Marstal Maritime Museum
Explore the Marstal Maritime Museum. You can easily make time to go to the museum. Inside the Maritime Museum you can take a look at the many exciting model ships and you can even stand at the helm of a coaster. But be careful! You risk getting seasick!
The Old Shipyard
Experience Det Gamle Værft and hear about the big ace for forging, tools, shipbuilding technology and large machines for riveting steel ships, the berthing and the steamer S / S Svendborgsund. Try our steamship simulator and let yourself be impressed by our 10.5 ton heavy compound machine …
The manor Søbygaard was built by Duke Hans the Younger around 1580, because what would a duke do without a hunting castle? Although Søbygaard is one of the smallest castles, it is not an exciting story besides. Here you will find features of Ærø’s tumultuous history with the many different princes who from time to time divided the island between.
Of course there is also a white lady at Søbygaard.
Rise brewery is beautifully located in the village “Store Rise” in the middle of Ærø in the South Funen Archipelago. Rise Brewery was originally established in 1926 in the now historic buildings, which were built as a dairy back in 1880. After the switch from milk to hops, beer brewing continued until 1962, when Rise Brewery bottled its last beer. It was not until 2004 that the brewery reopened.
In Marstal you must not miss Erik’s Hale, which is located a little outside the city; close to the marina and with two kinds of sea: One on each side. Erik’s Hale is a pair of tongs. On one side you can swim in the quiet, warm “The Little Sea”, which forms a kind of shallow bay between the marina and the beach – and on the other side you have the fresh Baltic Sea. Here are also the characteristic bathhouses in abundance. Eriks Hale also has a very large selection of beach herbs approx. 20 different ones that just need to be washed and put in the food. You can contact Vesteraas who have a beach safari on telephone 61286252
Guide service Denmark
There are so many wonderful places to experience on Ærø and the islands around us. Good guides help to make the experiences even better with a good story. You will find good guides at Guideservice Denmark. Choose whether you are going on a bike ride, a city walk, or hear the stories on a ride by bus or in your own car. The possibilities are many and the guides are flexible.