Every year, the cities of Fyn have a number of festivals with food as their main theme. And what could be cosier than gathering around some of the fresh, tasty, locally produced delicacies – whether they are composed of vegetables, cheese, fruit, beer, or chocolate?
A total of 220 km of hiking trails wind their way along a captivating route around the South Fyn Archipelago.
Fyn loves festivals, and it is no idle boast when we say that the island has something for everyone to enjoy.
123 castles and manor houses are located on Fyn, and some of them you can stay in overnight. Beautifully wrapped in gourmet, stunning locations and historic surroundings for a special stay on Fyn.
Download a Fyn/Funen map of attractions, restaurants and accommodation
The island offers more than 1,000 km of cycling routes going through beautiful landscapes. Fyn and the surrounding islands are perfect for a cycling holiday
Hans Christian Andersen was born in Odense in 1805. At the age of 14, he decided to try his luck at the Royal Danish Theatre in Copenhagen. Having finished his education in 1829, the young graduate began a full-time writing career.
The coast around Fyn and nearby islands is hundreds of miles long. Thus, at the outset, it might be hard to choose where to start. This is a guide that can help you get on your way.