Ready for an active adventure?
We have trimmed the trees, combed the paths for weeds and freshened up the water. So inflate the tires, tighten your hiking boots and get the kayak ready. The nature of Fyn is ready for your outdoor adventure!
We can't wait to share our breathtaking new museums with you! Enjoy!
On June 30, the biggest new attraction in Odense opens - the new Hans Christian Andersen's House. The museum is designed by the famous Japanese architect Kengo Kuma and consists of both indoor and outdoor spaces that together extend over 12,600 m2, of which 2/3 are underground!
The beds are made, the shelters are dusted off and the grass is cut on the campsites. In short: We are ready to have overnight guests again - and we look forward to seeing you.
When you eagerly step on the pedals on Fyn's 1,200 km. long networks of signposted cycle routes. Feels the adrenaline rush through your body on the top of the old Little Belt Bridge. Or let time fly while you stroll down the streets of the cozy market towns.
There are plenty experiences to choose from!
South of Fyn – in the western Baltic Sea – is a stretch of water dotted with charming island communities. The islands, the people who live there and the local ambience are all influenced by the countryside, the seascape and life lived in the moment. Welcome to the South Fyn Archipelago!
So there is always have room for an extra guest! You just have to choose between the perfect beach for families, a great fishing spot, or a peaceful hiking trail with a sea view …
Put one your very best and most comfortable shoes and venture out into the stunning nature on Fyn whether you are a skilled hiker or a total beginner. On Fyn we have lots of trails and routes waiting for you to take the first step! Try The Archipelago trail following the coastline of the s...