Now head south and over the dam to the island of Alrø. Idyllic Alrø is known for its places to eat, giant tartlets and genuine Morten Korch vibe. Here you should stop for a great dining experience overlooking the fjord. For example, you can eat in an old pig stable or try the well-known giant tartlets at Café Alrø. At Alrø Købmandsgaard you also have the opportunity to buy a delicious bison picnic to take with you, provisions in their deli shop or simply relax your legs, with a cup of coffee on the large terrace. That's life!
From Alrø, the trip now goes on to the neighbouring island of Hjarnø via the small bicycle ferry, that sails during the summer. It’s popular at the moment, so don’t forget to book! Explore Hjarnø and feel the beautiful island atmosphere. There are plenty of traces of Vikings on Hjarnø, and as recently as 2018, amateur archaeologists found a considerable gold treasure from the Iron Age. If you have plenty of time, you can explore the island in a golf buggy.