Yachtcharter im Dänemark

Erleben Sie das Meer Denmark mit Ihren Mitreisenden

Charterziel Dänemark

Dänemark ist ein vielseitiges Abenteuersegelparadies, umgeben von Wasser und mit Tausenden von Kilometern Küste, unzähligen Fjorden und Hunderten kleiner Inseln. Ein sehr beliebtes Gebiet in Süddänemark ist der Süd-Fünen-Archipel. Der Süd-Fünen-Archipel ist, wie der Name schon sagt, voller Inseln und Inselchen, die als unbewohnt bewohnt sind. Insgesamt können Sie 55 Inseln im Archipel zählen, der größten überfluteten Eiszeitlandschaft der Welt. Nur die höchsten Hügel ragen aus dem Meer heraus, und dies sind die Inseln.

Erleben Sie Dänemark

Charter eines Yachtes ist in Dänemark das Geld wert. Dänemark ist ein wunderschönes Land zum Segeln und es gibt viele aufregende und einzigartige Inseln in Dänemark. Die vielen dänischen Inseln, jede mit ihrer eigenen einzigartigen Mischung aus atemberaubender und unberührter Landschaft, sind sicherlich eines der schönsten Segelgebiete für Segler an der Ostsee. Die kleinen, typisch dänischen und gemütlichen Häfen liegen normalerweise nicht weit voneinander entfernt in einem abwechslungsreichen Segelgebiet, in dem sich kleine idyllische Inseln mit kleinen Städten abwechseln. Ausgehend von Dyvig auf der Insel Nordals im Süden Dänemarks ist der Süd-Fünen-Archipel das perfekte Segelziel. Es ist die weltweit größte ertrunkene Eiszeitlandschaft und bietet seltene Pflanzen entlang der Strandbereiche sowie Brutstätten und Lebensräume für Tausende von Brutvögeln. Das Wasser kann herausfordernd, aber niemals unsicher sein. Ein Meer von Möglichkeiten. Mit seinen 55 Inseln, 30 Häfen und 15 Ankerplätzen ist immer Land in Sicht und etwas Neues zu sehen. Hier wartet eine Unendlichkeit wundervoller Erlebnisse. Die Highlights im Süd-Fünen-Archipel mit Marstal, Ærøskøbing auf Ærø und Avernakø, Lyø, Drejø, Skarø, Hjortø, Strynø, Tåsinge, alles Inseln, die viele faszinierende Erlebnisse bieten. Die Charterbasis in Juelsminde ist als Abfahrtshafen auf der Strecke vom Kleinen Gürtel nördlich von Fünen gut gelegen. Sie starten von hier aus in Richtung Kattegat und den dänischen Inseln Tunø, Samsø, Endelave, Læsø und Anholt. Die alte Handelsstadt und heutige Touristenstadt Juelsminde bietet gute Einkaufsmöglichkeiten in der Stadt, einen langen Sandstrand, Restaurants und natürlich den typischen Eis- und Wurstladen, für die Kinder gibt es sogar einen Spielplatz. Als Segler in Dänemark werden Sie von sehr netten und hilfsbereiten Menschen verzaubert. Sehen Sie, welche Segelboote Sie sonst in Dänemark mieten können.

Experience Sweden

Sweden has a coastline that is very different from the Danish coastline. And all the way along the Swedish coast you will find the beautiful Swedish archipelago with its lush, populated islands, depopulated or abandoned small islands, and raw cliffs like small oases of peace and quiet. You get very close to nature and the sea, which has a rich bird life and fishing life. You can easily experience the islands on foot. Another option is to rent a bike to get around. The larger archipelago lakes have good places to eat, lovely beaches and good hiking trails. The western Swedish archipelago is something very special with its magnificent nature, Swedish idyll and slow tranquility, and is the perfect way to experience the archipelago. One of the most popular areas is Bohuslän, north of Göteborg. Whatever islands you visit, you will experience granite cliffs, beautiful evening sun, pristine coves, winding promenades and the feeling of being completely surrounded by water. Another area is Göteborg's southern archipelago, which consists of over 100 named small islands and cliffs, of which the largest islands have year-round homes or holiday homes. Several of the large islands are car-free, i.a. Styrsö, where the locals use bicycles, mopeds or electric golf carts to get around the island. Further north, you will find the Stockholm archipelago. Stockholm's archipelago consists of about 30,000 small rocky islands and covers an area of 700 square kilometers, and is thus Sweden's largest. Several of the islands have functioning communities, so you do not have to go around hungry, because you can find both restaurants and small shops. But there is also plenty of opportunity for you all to be entertained by visiting one of the many islands, where you can explore and find wild berries and mushrooms, or experience the amazing wildlife. It is also possible to swim or grill the fish you have caught during the day. Otherwise, several of the islands have a functioning community, where there are both restaurants and small shops.

Experience Sweden

Sweden has a coastline that is very different from the Danish coastline. And all the way along the Swedish coast you will find the beautiful Swedish archipelago with its lush, populated islands, depopulated or abandoned small islands, and raw cliffs like small oases of peace and quiet. You get very close to nature and the sea, which has a rich bird life and fishing life. You can easily experience the islands on foot. Another option is to rent a bike to get around. The larger archipelago lakes have good places to eat, lovely beaches and good hiking trails. The western Swedish archipelago is something very special with its magnificent nature, Swedish idyll and slow tranquility, and is the perfect way to experience the archipelago. One of the most popular areas is Bohuslän, north of Göteborg. Whatever islands you visit, you will experience granite cliffs, beautiful evening sun, pristine coves, winding promenades and the feeling of being completely surrounded by water. Another area is Göteborg's southern archipelago, which consists of over 100 named small islands and cliffs, of which the largest islands have year-round homes or holiday homes. Several of the large islands are car-free, i.a. Styrsö, where the locals use bicycles, mopeds or electric golf carts to get around the island. Further north, you will find the Stockholm archipelago. Stockholm's archipelago consists of about 30,000 small rocky islands and covers an area of 700 square kilometers, and is thus Sweden's largest. Several of the islands have functioning communities, so you do not have to go around hungry, because you can find both restaurants and small shops. But there is also plenty of opportunity for you all to be entertained by visiting one of the many islands, where you can explore and find wild berries and mushrooms, or experience the amazing wildlife. It is also possible to swim or grill the fish you have caught during the day. Otherwise, several of the islands have a functioning community, where there are both restaurants and small shops.

Experience Sweden

Sweden has a coastline that is very different from the Danish coastline. And all the way along the Swedish coast you will find the beautiful Swedish archipelago with its lush, populated islands, depopulated or abandoned small islands, and raw cliffs like small oases of peace and quiet. You get very close to nature and the sea, which has a rich bird life and fishing life. You can easily experience the islands on foot. Another option is to rent a bike to get around. The larger archipelago lakes have good places to eat, lovely beaches and good hiking trails. The western Swedish archipelago is something very special with its magnificent nature, Swedish idyll and slow tranquility, and is the perfect way to experience the archipelago. One of the most popular areas is Bohuslän, north of Göteborg. Whatever islands you visit, you will experience granite cliffs, beautiful evening sun, pristine coves, winding promenades and the feeling of being completely surrounded by water. Another area is Göteborg's southern archipelago, which consists of over 100 named small islands and cliffs, of which the largest islands have year-round homes or holiday homes. Several of the large islands are car-free, i.a. Styrsö, where the locals use bicycles, mopeds or electric golf carts to get around the island. Further north, you will find the Stockholm archipelago. Stockholm's archipelago consists of about 30,000 small rocky islands and covers an area of 700 square kilometers, and is thus Sweden's largest. Several of the islands have functioning communities, so you do not have to go around hungry, because you can find both restaurants and small shops. But there is also plenty of opportunity for you all to be entertained by visiting one of the many islands, where you can explore and find wild berries and mushrooms, or experience the amazing wildlife. It is also possible to swim or grill the fish you have caught during the day. Otherwise, several of the islands have a functioning community, where there are both restaurants and small shops.

Das Essen - Erleben Sie dänische Küche

Das häufigste Essensmuster der Dänen besteht aus drei Hauptmahlzeiten: Frühstück, Mittag- und Abendessen mit zwei Snacks. [4] Für die meisten Menschen ist das Abendessen die größte und wichtigste Mahlzeit. Die meisten Dänen essen mitten am Tag kalt und abends heiß. Das Frühstück besteht normalerweise aus Brot mit Butter / Margarine und Marmelade / Käse und seltener aus Milchprodukten mit Müsli, Haferflocken, Cornflakes oder ähnlichem. Das Mittagessen wird täglich gegessen, normalerweise während der Mittagspause am Arbeitsplatz oder in einer Bildungseinrichtung. Es kann in einem Lunchpaket mitgebracht werden und besteht beispielsweise aus gebutterten Roggenbrotgerichten mit verschiedenen Belägen. Alternativen sind Kantinenarrangements oder Fast-Food-Angebote wie Burger, Kebabs oder Hot Dogs. Die festliche Version dieser Mahlzeit, der große kalte Tisch, ist charakteristisch für das Weihnachtsessen und das Osteressen. Das Abendessen, auch Abendessen genannt, wie es früher mitten am Tag serviert wurde, ist die größte und wichtigste Mahlzeit und wird gegen Mittag gegessen. 18-19. [Das Abendessen wird heiß serviert und besteht normalerweise nur aus einem Gericht, das traditionell inspiriert werden kann, aber häufig aus dem Ausland inspirierte Gerichte wie Pasta, Pizza, Reis und Nudelgerichte.

Food - experience Sweden cuisine

Swedish cuisine or Sweden's food culture shows clear regional differences. The Swedes' three main meals are: Breakfast (breakfast), lunch (lunch) and dinner (dinner). Many people get hot food for lunch, and the meal is often eaten in canteens or restaurants. Also in the Swedish kindergartens and schools, hot food is served to the children for lunch. The former traditional home cooking was solid and fatty. It was linked to the local raw materials and the processing and storage options that were available. Eg. you only needed to bake crispbread a few times a year because it could be stored. Salted pork and salted herring were often main ingredients in the daily food. Cranberries are served with many Swedish dishes. In the past, it was necessary to use the raw materials that were present. In the north, there was not much opportunity for vegetable production, so they used the berries that were in the forest. The use of cranberries spread to all of Sweden, and the tasty berries are also widely used today.

Food - experience Sweden cuisine

Swedish cuisine or Sweden's food culture shows clear regional differences. The Swedes' three main meals are: Breakfast (breakfast), lunch (lunch) and dinner (dinner). Many people get hot food for lunch, and the meal is often eaten in canteens or restaurants. Also in the Swedish kindergartens and schools, hot food is served to the children for lunch. The former traditional home cooking was solid and fatty. It was linked to the local raw materials and the processing and storage options that were available. Eg. you only needed to bake crispbread a few times a year because it could be stored. Salted pork and salted herring were often main ingredients in the daily food. Cranberries are served with many Swedish dishes. In the past, it was necessary to use the raw materials that were present. In the north, there was not much opportunity for vegetable production, so they used the berries that were in the forest. The use of cranberries spread to all of Sweden, and the tasty berries are also widely used today.

Food - experience Sweden cuisine

Swedish cuisine or Sweden's food culture shows clear regional differences. The Swedes' three main meals are: Breakfast (breakfast), lunch (lunch) and dinner (dinner). Many people get hot food for lunch, and the meal is often eaten in canteens or restaurants. Also in the Swedish kindergartens and schools, hot food is served to the children for lunch. The former traditional home cooking was solid and fatty. It was linked to the local raw materials and the processing and storage options that were available. Eg. you only needed to bake crispbread a few times a year because it could be stored. Salted pork and salted herring were often main ingredients in the daily food. Cranberries are served with many Swedish dishes. In the past, it was necessary to use the raw materials that were present. In the north, there was not much opportunity for vegetable production, so they used the berries that were in the forest. The use of cranberries spread to all of Sweden, and the tasty berries are also widely used today.

Attraktionen

Dänemark ist voller Erlebnisse und Attraktionen, egal ob Sie sich hauptsächlich für Natur, Kultur, Geschichte oder Fahrgeschäfte interessieren. An den Küsten gibt es eine Fülle von Wassersportaktivitäten, in der wunderschönen Natur finden Sie einen Wald von Wanderwegen und friedlichen Picknickplätzen, und in kleineren und größeren Städten öffnet sich eine Welt voller Kultur, Geschichte und geschmackvoller Gastronomie. Jylland bietet viele Möglichkeiten und eine Vielzahl von Erfahrungen. Sie können eine Austernsafari im Wattenmeer unternehmen, in Kiltmøller surfen oder auf Grenen gleichzeitig in zwei Gärten stehen. Und wenn Sie kulturelle Erlebnisse wünschen, können Sie unter anderem die Geschichte der Altstadt erkunden, im Ribe Viking Center Wikinger spielen und vieles mehr. Auf Sjælland, Møn und Lolland-Falster können Sie einen ereignisreichen Urlaub verbringen, in dem Sie den Puls der Großstadt spüren, in die Fußstapfen der Könige treten, die Aussicht auf beeindruckende Klippen bewundern und wie unsere Vorfahren leben können - um nur einen zu nennen einige Beispiele.

Attraction

Sweden is a country full of many exciting attractions, beautiful nature and events from north to south. In addition to the beautiful nature, where you have the opportunity to explore one of the many small islands, you can also experience the many exciting port cities, which are located on the Swedish west coast. If you want a little more big city life, there are many options in Gothenburg and Stockholm. Liseberg is one of the most popular attractions in Sweden and has also been called the world's best amusement park! The main amusement in the park is the slide up to the space-like, futuristic tower 83 meters above the ground! Gothenburg Art Museum is located on Götaplatsen, where Nordic and European masters can be viewed. However, the museum is best known for collections of works by the painters Rubens, Van Gogh, Rembrandt and Picasso. There are a wealth of sights in Stockholm. These include the National Museum, the August Strindberg Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the Royal Palace. Stockholm has a tradition of good museums, so it's just a matter of getting started.

Attraction

Sweden is a country full of many exciting attractions, beautiful nature and events from north to south. In addition to the beautiful nature, where you have the opportunity to explore one of the many small islands, you can also experience the many exciting port cities, which are located on the Swedish west coast. If you want a little more big city life, there are many options in Gothenburg and Stockholm. Liseberg is one of the most popular attractions in Sweden and has also been called the world's best amusement park! The main amusement in the park is the slide up to the space-like, futuristic tower 83 meters above the ground! Gothenburg Art Museum is located on Götaplatsen, where Nordic and European masters can be viewed. However, the museum is best known for collections of works by the painters Rubens, Van Gogh, Rembrandt and Picasso. There are a wealth of sights in Stockholm. These include the National Museum, the August Strindberg Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the Royal Palace. Stockholm has a tradition of good museums, so it's just a matter of getting started.

Attraction

Sweden is a country full of many exciting attractions, beautiful nature and events from north to south. In addition to the beautiful nature, where you have the opportunity to explore one of the many small islands, you can also experience the many exciting port cities, which are located on the Swedish west coast. If you want a little more big city life, there are many options in Gothenburg and Stockholm. Liseberg is one of the most popular attractions in Sweden and has also been called the world's best amusement park! The main amusement in the park is the slide up to the space-like, futuristic tower 83 meters above the ground! Gothenburg Art Museum is located on Götaplatsen, where Nordic and European masters can be viewed. However, the museum is best known for collections of works by the painters Rubens, Van Gogh, Rembrandt and Picasso. There are a wealth of sights in Stockholm. These include the National Museum, the August Strindberg Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the Royal Palace. Stockholm has a tradition of good museums, so it's just a matter of getting started.

Strände in Dänemark

Mit einer Gesamtküstenlänge von fast 7.300 km verfügt Dänemark über einige der schönsten Strände Europas, viele davon mit Dünen, feinstem weißen Sand und einigen der saubersten Badegewässer. In Dänemark ist es nie weit bis zur Küste, egal wo Sie sind, es wird nie weit bis zu einem erfrischenden Bad sein.

Beaches in Sweden

Sweden can offer an incredible number of tempting bathing places of a very different nature - both in terms of the surrounding nature and the local facilities. And the beaches are very different, depending on where in Sweden you are. It is right from white sandy beaches in southern Sweden to the more raw rocky islands, where there is the possibility of springs. When bathing in Sweden, like everywhere else, bathe carefully and pay attention to the environment and natural surroundings. At the coast one should always be careful with regard to current conditions and possibly ask locals for advice; some of the most popular beaches have lifeguards in place during the summer. Never make springs, from rocks or anything else, without first thoroughly checking the water depth.

Beaches in Sweden

Sweden can offer an incredible number of tempting bathing places of a very different nature - both in terms of the surrounding nature and the local facilities. And the beaches are very different, depending on where in Sweden you are. It is right from white sandy beaches in southern Sweden to the more raw rocky islands, where there is the possibility of springs. When bathing in Sweden, like everywhere else, bathe carefully and pay attention to the environment and natural surroundings. At the coast one should always be careful with regard to current conditions and possibly ask locals for advice; some of the most popular beaches have lifeguards in place during the summer. Never make springs, from rocks or anything else, without first thoroughly checking the water depth.

Beaches in Sweden

Sweden can offer an incredible number of tempting bathing places of a very different nature - both in terms of the surrounding nature and the local facilities. And the beaches are very different, depending on where in Sweden you are. It is right from white sandy beaches in southern Sweden to the more raw rocky islands, where there is the possibility of springs. When bathing in Sweden, like everywhere else, bathe carefully and pay attention to the environment and natural surroundings. At the coast one should always be careful with regard to current conditions and possibly ask locals for advice; some of the most popular beaches have lifeguards in place during the summer. Never make springs, from rocks or anything else, without first thoroughly checking the water depth.