What to experience on Tunø
Forgot all about traffic noise, crowds and a high tempo. On the car-free island of Tunø in the middle of the Kattegat, you have the peace to breathe and discover the island’s unique atmosphere, tastes and beaches. We guide you to fantastic experiences on Tunø that you must not miss!
11 hits on Tunø
Denmark’s only combined church tower and lighthouse
Don’t miss the island’s most beautiful view from Tunø Church’s unique tower, which as the only one in Denmark is also a lighthouse. At the top, you can sense why some people compare it to Olafur Eliasson’s rainbow at Aros in Aarhus. Here you also get a spectacular view in many colours. In fact, in clear weather you can see all the way to the Great Belt Bridge.
Treasure hunt on Tunø - fun activity for the whole family
TGet a treasure map on the ferry and travel about 8.3 km around the island with it in hand. If you answer the questions correctly along the way, a treasure awaits at Tunø Købmandsgård, which is a beautiful specially made Tunø medal for all children and childish souls. A perfect way to get someone on the experience regardless of whether the temperature is 12 or 24 degrees, and it’s also free.
The world’s oldest offshore wind farm
From the west side of the island you have a view of a dozen 63-metre high wind turbines that make up Tunø Knob, the world’s oldest offshore wind farm. As they sit on the horizon, the turbines mark a great milestone for Danish wind energy when they were built by the wind turbine giant Vestas in 1995, and are not least a special sight for anyone with an interest in sustainable energy sources.
Recharge your batteries on a milk table
On your walk through the town you will notice several milk tables on the side of the road. The tables are a relic from the time when farm owners supplied fresh milk in cans. Here the milk cans were picked up in a horse-drawn carriage and taken to the island’s old dairy, which today houses the seaside hotel Mejeriet Tunø. Today, the tables are frequently used for a rest by passers-by on a hike, but as can be seen in the photo, one of the milk cans is still standing in front of Stenhuset - built in 1894.
Get the ultimate island experience at a seaside hotel
If you really want to feel the very special atmosphere on your own body, then a stay at Mejeriet Tunø is recommended. The beautiful light rooms, the silence and the proximity to the beach, harbour and the island’s experiences are the perfect combination that ensures that you completely relax.
The obstacle course is also for adults
On the large playground by the harbour, children can take up the challenge and try their hand at the obstacle course. The course is also really good and challenging for adults, we should say. Nearby is another fun activity for both big and small - catching crabs.
Buy fresh Tunø vegetables to take home
There has been an outdoor market garden on the island since the 1990s, and Tunø is, among other things, known for its unusually good leeks. During the summer, the island’s vegetable stalls offer new potatoes, crisp green asparagus, fresh carrots, peas, onions and much more. Whether it is due to the many hours of sunshine, the mild island climate or the high salt content in the seawater, we do not know for sure, but vegetables from Tunø just taste better. Remember cash, if you can’t pay with MobilePay.
Events on Tunø
During the summer half-year you can attend a series of events on Tunø free of charge. You can hear live music, listen to talks or visit workshops and art exhibitionsHer kan du høre livemusik, tage til foredrag, workshop eller kustudstilling. You can see this year's events on this page.