Explore the ocean of Denmark with your fellow travelers
Denmarkis a versatile adventure sailing paradise, surrounded by water and with thousands of kilometers of coastline, countless fjords and hundreds of small islands. A very popular area of Southern Denmark is the South Funen archipelago. The South Funen Archipelago is, as the name suggests, filled with islands and islets, inhabited as uninhabited. In total, you can count 55 islands in the archipelago, which is the world's largest flooded ice age landscape. Only the highest hills protrude from the sea, and these are the islands.
Boat rental in Denmark are worth all the money. Denmark is a beautiful country to sail around in, and there are lots of exciting and unique islands in Denmark. The many Danish islands, each with their own unique mix of breathtaking and unspoilt landscape, is certainly one of the most beautiful sailing areas for sailors on the Baltic Sea. The small, typically Danish and cozy ports are usually not far from each other in a varied sailing area, where small idyllic islands alternate with small towns. Starting from Dyvig on the northern part of the island of Als in southern Denmark, the South Funen Archipelago is the perfect sailing destination. It is the world's largest drowned ice age landscape, offering rare plants along the beach areas and breeding grounds and habitats for thousands of breeding birds. The waters can be challenging but never unsafe. A sea of possibilities. With its 55 islands, 30 ports and 15 anchorages, there is always land in sight and something new to look at. Here lies an infinity of wonderful experiences waiting. The highlights in the South Funen Archipelago with Marstal, Ærøskøbing on Ærø and Avernakø, Lyø, Drejø, Skarø, Hjortø, Strynø, Tåsinge, all of which are islands that offer many fascinating experiences. The charter base in Juelsminde is well located as a departure port on the route from the Little Belt north of Funen. You start from here in the direction of the Kattegat and the Danish islands Tunø, Samsø, Endelave, Læsø and Anholt. The old trading town and today's tourist town Juelsminde offers good shopping opportunities in the town, a long sandy beach, restaurants and of course the typical ice cream and Pølserbuden, for the children there is even a playground. As a sailor in Denmark, you will be enchanted by very nice and helpful people. See which sailboats you have the opportunity to rent in Denmark.
The Danes' most common meal pattern consists of three main meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner with two snacks.  For most people, dinner is the biggest and most important meal. Most Danes eat a cold meal in the middle of the day and hot in the evening. Breakfast typically consists of bread with butter / margarine and jam / cheese and less often of dairy products with muesli, oatmeal, cornflakes or similar Lunch is eaten everyday, typically during the lunch break at the workplace or educational institution. It can be brought in a packed lunch and, for example, consist of buttered rye bread dishes with different toppings. Alternatives are canteen arrangements or fast food offerings such as burgers, kebabs or hot dogs. The festive version of this meal, the big cold table, is characteristic of the Christmas lunches and the Easter lunch. Evening dinner also called dinner, as it has previously been served in the middle of the day, is the largest and most important meal and is eaten around noon. 18-19. [Dinner is served hot and usually consists of only one dish that can be traditionally inspired, but is often foreign-inspired dishes such as pasta, pizza and rice and noodle dishes.
Denmark is full of experiences and attractions, whether you are mostly into nature, culture, history or rides. On the coasts there is a wealth of water sports activities, in the beautiful nature you will find a forest of hiking trails and peaceful picnic places, and around in both smaller and larger cities a world of culture, history and tasteful gastronomy opens up. Jylland offers many opportunities and a great variety of experiences. You can go on an oyster safari in the Wadden Sea, surf in Kiltmøller or stand in two gardens at the same time on Grenen. And if you want cultural experiences, you can, among other things, go through the history of the Old Town, play viking in Ribe Viking Center and much much more. On Sjælland, Møn and Lolland-Falster you can have an eventful holiday where you can feel the pulse of the big city, follow in the footsteps of the royals, admire the view of impressive cliffs, and live like our ancestors - just to name a few examples.
With a total coastline of almost 7,300 km, Denmark has some of Europe's most beautiful beaches, many with dunes, the finest white sand and some of the cleanest bathing water. In Denmark, it is never far to the coast, so no matter where you are, there will never be far to a refreshing dip.