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Top 10 attraktioner du altid kan besøge på Ærø

Photo: Freja Kock Christlieb

Her får du en top 10 over de attraktioner, du altid kan opleve, når du besøger Ærø. Uanset om det regner, er januar eller mandag.

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Skjoldnæs Lighthouse
Photo: Lasse Hjort
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Skjoldnæs Lighthouse

Visit Skjoldnæs Lighthouse and enjoy both the architecture and the view from the top.

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Voderup Klint
Photo: Daniel Villadsen
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Voderup Klint

One of the most beautiful places on Ærø is the moraine cliffs at Voderup. This is truly an area you would not want to miss.

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Badehuse med badebukser ved Eriks Hale
Photo: Linnea Jordan
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The beach houses on Ærø

The beach houses are possibly the most Ærø-ish thing you will find on the island. In many ways, they are the hallmark of Ærø, and they hold a deep significance for both residents and guests.

Ærøskøbing
Photo: Lasse Hjort
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Ærøskøbing

Ærøskøbing is in itself an attraction and is often referred to as the Fairytale town.

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Næbbet (the beak)
Photo: Freja Kock Christlieb
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Næbbet (the beak)

The exciting nature area "Næbbet" extends 300 m from the low cliff on the north side towards the South Funen Archipelago.

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Marstal Søfartsmuseum
Photo: Maria Fynsk Norup
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Marstal Søfartsmuseum

Visiting Marstal Maritime Museum is like a journey through Danish maritime history from the 1600s up until today. 

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Vitsø
Photo: Freja Kock Christlieb
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Vitsø

In the area around Vitsø there are beach meadows, water holes and bird life with lots of geese and ducks.

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The Kragnæs passage grave
Photo: Lasse Hjort
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The Kragnæs passage grave

Come in and see a burial chamber from the Neolithic age

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Ærø Museum
Photo: Freja Kock Christlieb
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Ærø Museum

Explore Ærøskøbing's beautiful old bailiff's house from 1775 and learn more about Ærø's unique history.

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Sankt Albert's church
Photo: Lasse Hjort
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Sankt Albert's church

Saint Albert's Church was a church on Ærø near Vejsnæs. The church was built around the year 1000, and was expanded in 1300. The church was demolished during the Reformation in 1536.

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