The Island Endelave
The Island Endelave lies as a little gem in the ocean, just off Horsens Fjord.The scenery on the island is very diverse, and varies from cultured are...
Experience the wild rabbits on the Island of the Year, Endelave, and walk around Tunø with a treasure map. Listen to Viking tales on Hjarnø or explore Alrø where the Danish author Morten Korch gathered inspiration for his romantic countryside novels.
Experience the charming islands of the East Jutland archipelago. Here, your shoulders will drop as soon as you step of the boat.
With many islands and marinas scattered around a relatively small body of water, the East Jutland archipelago is a true sailor's paradise.
Luckily, all of the islands are connected to the mainland by ferry so everyone can visit.
-The Danish TV star Bubber in the show "Bubber og Villum til søs" on the Danish television network DK4
From the harbour town Snaptun you can sail to Endelave, which has been awarded as the Island of the Year 2020/2021. Here you will come across hundreds of wild rabbits, and be able to join in on fun and active summer activities such as yoga, hiking trips, and crossfit.
Or sail to Hjarnø (also from the quay at Snaptun), which is only a 5-minute sail away, but still fully embodies the true island feel. From here, you can go on to Alrø via the bicycle ferry, a really romantic countryside island.
Take a drive north to the town of Hou and board the ferry to car-free Tunø, where you will be met by a vibrant island community with a village, a school, a grocer's, amazing eateries, a treasure hunt and a traxi!
Venture into the recreational summer activities on Endelave, meet wild rabbits and follow the beautiful hiking trail "the Kanino".
The small island has 155 inhabitants and spands over 13,2 square-kilometers. You get to the island by boarding the Endelave Ferry in the charming harbour town of Snaptun.
Even though the island of Hjarnø is located just 500 meters from the mainland, the island ambience is real. As soon as you get to the little ferry quay, time stops, and whispers of ancient history emerges and fuses with the sea breeze.
Does it all sound a little too good? Well, you might just have to visit Hjarnø to see for yourself.
A small, idyllic island with half-timbered houses, great eateries, a bison-farm, and giant patty shells.
The island is connected to the mainland by a dam and to the island Hjarnø by the small bicycle ferry.