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What to experience on Hjarnø

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Hjarnø is Viking history, delicious taste experiences and beautiful countryside on foot, by bicycle or tractor!

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The Hjarnø Treasure Hunt
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The Hjarnø Treasure Hunt

Follow in the footsteps of Viking kings, gold diggers, and friendly islanders on this delightful treasure hunt. Board the Hjarnø Ferry and embark on an exciting island voyage with your family by your ...

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Experience the traces of the Viking at the Calf Stones

On the island’s southern beach you will find the Calf Stones, which is a protected area with 10 shipwrecks from the Viking Age. The ship-shaped tomb monuments are up to 8 metres long and formed by upright boulders. King Hjarne, who has given his name to the island, is said to be buried here!

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Hjarnø Minigolf
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Hjarnø Minigolf

On the beautiful island of Hjarnø in Horsens Fjord, there is a miniature golf course where the whole family can compete against each other in this fun family activity. Combining a visit to the island ...

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Det Grafiske Magasin
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Det Grafiske Magasin

Enjoy a creative break at the tiny art house Det Grafiske Magasin on Hjarnø. Join a workshop, browse through the art or simply relax on the small island with a freshly brewed cup of barista coffee.

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Red tractor guided tour on Hjarnø
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Guided tractor tour on Hjarnø

Hjarnø Traktorture offers guided roundtrips on Hjarnø where you will hear about Hjarnø's exciting history, and about life on a small island. The tours can be combined with a visit to the local vineyard or a meal. 

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See the Viking ship in Denmark’s second smallest church

Make your way past the small and cosy Hjarnø Church, which is Denmark’s second smallest church. The island’s Viking history is repeated here in the church, where you will find a beautiful Viking ship hanging from the church’s ceiling. The tradition of church ships in Danish churches dates back many hundreds of years, especially in churches connected to the sea, and on Hjarnø it is linked back to the island’s Viking history.

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Hiking trails on Hjarnø
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Hiking trails on Hjarnø

The charming island of Hjarnø is big enough to offer a diverse range of hiking experiences but small enough for you to walk around the island easily. On Hjarnø, there are marked hiking trails that gui...

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Tre personer spiller parkgolf hos Hjarnø Camping
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Park golf at Hjarnø Camping

Unwind with a game of park golf with family or friends. Park golf can be said to be a cross between golf and croquet. Anyone can come and play park golf at Hjarnø Camping - it's not just for overnight guests. And as a day guest, you also get access to their newly built playground.

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En mark med kål ved kysten og udsigt over Horsens Fjord fra Hjarnø
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Buy fresh island vegetables

Hjarnø has great conditions for production of vegetables, and in season you can buy fresh vegetables from the vegetable stalls around the island. Try the popular Hjarnø potatoes or benefit from the big and varied selection of vegetables from Hjarnø Kål og Grønt. 

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