Below you will find some of the experiences of Ærø.
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You can also find a guide below, with 15 of the best sights and activities on Ærø,
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Smokehouse in Marstal, Ærø.
Enjoy a wonderful time at Marstal harbor, in the cozy smokehouse, which offers various island specialties.
Smoked fish, homemade schnapps with mixed herbs from Erik's Hale and marinated herring, take away and other delicacies.
Hello 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 along
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.
Marstal Maritime Museum
You can easily get time to go to the museum. Inside the Maritime Museum you can take a look at the many exciting model ships, you can stand by the helm of a coaster (but beware, you risk getting lost!) You can also explore all the strange
There are so many wonderful places to experience on Ærø and the islands around us. Good guides help to make experiences choices better with a good narrative. You will find good guides at Guideservice Denmark. Choose yourself whether I am going on a bike ride, and city walk, or hear the stories on a ride by bus or in my own car. The possibilities are many and the guides are flexible.
Rise Brewery is beautifully situated in the village of Store Rise, in the middle of Ærø in the South Funen archipelago. Rise Brewery was originally established in 1926 in the now historic buildings that were rebuilt as dairy back in 1880. After changing from milk to hops, the beer brewing continued until 1962, when Rise Brewery lost its last beer. Only in 2004 opened the brewery again.
The Old Shipyard
Experience the Old Shipyard and hear about the great ace for forging, tools, shipbuilding technology and large machines for riveting steel ships, bed and damper S / S Svendborgsund. Try our steamship simulator and impress yourself with our 10.5 ton heavy compound machine.
In Marstal do not miss Eriks Hale, located a little outside the city; close to the marina and with two kinds of sea:
One to each side. Eriks Hale is a tangerine. On the one hand you can swim in the quiet, lune "Det Lille Hav", which forms a kind of shallow bay between the marina and the beach - and on the other hand you have the fresh Baltic Sea. Here are also the characteristic bathhouses in a rich target.
Eriks Hale also has a very large selection of beach towels approx. 20 different, which just have to be washed and put in the food. You can contact Vesteraas who has a beach safari on phone 61286252.
The Manor House Søbygaard was built by Duke Hans the Yngre around 1580, for what would a duke do without a hunting castle? Although Søbygaard is one of the smallest castles, it is not an exciting story besides. One can find traits of Ærø's tattered story with the many different princes who, from time to time, shared the island between them.
Of course there is also a white lady at Søbygaard
Everywhere at Ærø everything is produced from various eateries to candles, soap wool and more. Keep an eye on these stalls on your turn around the island