Discover the beautiful peninsula of Enebærodde from a horse-drawn carriage and go on a guided carriage ride where you'll see the spit between Kattegat and Odense Fjord in a whole new way!
Experience Funen's largest heathland, Enebærodde, on a lovely horse-drawn carriage ride.
You'll sit on the carriage and see the fascinating landscape on the headland between Odense Fjord and Kattegat and make stops in different places, where your guide Bjarne Kim tells you the exciting stories about the headland's nature and its inhabitants, and you'll see all the places that have been a part of the history of the headland.
During the trip we'll make a stop at the hunting lodge, where you will be served a sandwich and a beer / water.
The tour takes place Wednesday, 21 July and 4 and 11 August.
There are two trips every day: An afternoon trip at 12.30-16.00 and an evening trip at 17-20.30
It is necessary to book in advance as there is only a limited number of seats.
It is a good idea to bring a warm sweater - it can be a bit windy.
The seats can be a little hard, and it can be a good idea to bring a blanket to sit a little softer.
Of course, we follow the corona restrictions that apply when the trip takes place.
Lovely horse carriage ride on the peninsula Enebærodde, the largest heath area on Funen!
Cars aren't allowed, and it's a unique opportunity to enjoy the area. The guided horse carriage ride takes place
The author Bjarne Kim Pedersen tells stories about the peninsula and its inhabitants, and there will be served sandwiches and 1 beer or soda.
The guide only speaks Danish.