Round Ærø is a hiking route that with its 64 km takes you primarily along the coast all around the island.
The Round Ærø-route starts and ends at the ferry in Ærøskøbing with both bus and parking close by. But you can easily start the route elsewhere on the island depending on what suits your traveling.
The route is a challenging two-day trip, which can also be divided into smaller chunks and thus completed over a longer period of time.
Ærø's free bus makes it easy to hop on and off the route.
The route goes through beautiful landscapes and on both gravel and asphalt.
Along the way, you will encounter both accommodation and restaurants, but it will always be a good idea to have a packed lunch with you and to have booked accommodation in advance. See the possibilities here:
How to get started
The route is drawn up in AllTrails, that you can both use via computer and download as an app for your phone (both Google Play and the App Store).
Along the route, small local anecdotes from the sights and areas you pass are inscribed.