Island hopping in Horsens Fjord
In the fjord you will find the two small cosy island gems, Alrø and Hjarnø, which are definitely worth a visit.
Alrø is landlocked via a dam on the north side of the fjord, and here you quickly feel the calm descend when you encounter the charming half-timbered houses and sense the genuine Morten Korch atmosphere. Because it was actually right here that Morten Korch took inspiration for his works, and we promise that the island also offers delicious dining experiences.
From Alrø, during the summer months (May to September), you can take the small bicycle ferry on to Hjarnø and explore the rich wildlife, fine beaches and stone ships from the Viking Age.
From here you can take the Hjarnø ferry
over to the south side of the fjord or take the bicycle ferry back to Alrø.
The bicycle ferry takes both pedestrians and bicycles, and we recommend that you book a ticket in advance (departures May to September).