k alundborg – your scenic destination
Sejerø · Nekselø · Røsnæs · Vesterlyng · Havnsø · Bjerge Strand · Reersø · Tissø
A selection of events in Kalundborg
There’s something going on in the
Kalundborg area all year around.
Music fills the air in the summer, and in
winter there’s Christmas Market and
30/31 May and 1 June 2009
art at Whitsun
22 and 29 July, 6pm–10pm
23 to 26 July 2009
esbern snare festival week
31 July and 1 August
8 and 9 August 2009
open island – reersø
9 August, 11am
5 tower Marathon kalundborg
15 and 16 August
veteran days at birkendegaard
15 and 16 August
Cars at lerchenborg
16 September, 6pm
12 and 13 December
Christmas market in
WelCoMe to kalundborg
Kalundborg – your scenic destination
Nature, culture and plenty of opportunities to be active whilst on
your holiday. West Zealand is something of an “undiscovered” corner
A bracing swim, building
of Denmark, where you will come across the type of authentic
experiences that cannot be booked from home.
crabs and sunbathing in
This is where white-tailed sea eagles have their young and soar
snug hollows in the dunes.
majestically over Tissø lake.
The beaches here have
This is where local artists exhibit at roadside galleries, and where
something for everyone.
local meat and fresh vegetables can be purchased in farm shops.
This is where brewery horses and junk that has probably seen better
Excellent food is part of a great days change hands at local horse and flea markets.
holiday. We have happy geese, The nature is all around you, and there is so much of it that you can
organic cows, fresh vegetables have the experience to yourselves.
and tasty ostriches from the In this brochure, we have highlighted some of the experiences you
green hills of Zealand. can have on a holiday in West Zealand.
Take the ferry to a small
island and feel the special
peace and quiet. The
Jump on your bike, or buckle
islands of Nekselø and
your walking boots, and
Sejerø are just a short and
spend a day or a week out
pleasant ferry trip away.
in the countryside. Slow
right down and have time to Experience our delightful villages
appreciate every last detail. with their original inns and churches,
where the half-timbered buildings
have their own tale to tell.
And if you are in the mood to shop, History is all around you
Kalundborg has plenty to offer in as you drive through the
the way of shops along its cosy magnificent scenery of West
pedestrianised shopping street and at Zealand, with its dramatic
the town’s new shopping centre. Ice Age landscapes and
Here, you really are in
Put on your walking boots the heart of the coun-
tryside, surrounded by
the scent of the flowers
PatHs in tHe area
the round asnæs path
The route starts at the car park where
A walk is an excellent way of getting some exercise and fresh air, and it can take you and the sounds of the the road ends.
to places that can only be reached on foot. insects. the round røsnæs path
Walking tours Several routes start from the car parks.
And fortunately, we have plenty of those; our paths lead through deep forests, long You decide when it’s
The Danish Rambler’s Associa-
tion has arranged around 50
stretches of beach, protected areas of natural beauty, beach meadows and areas of time to stop and enjoy the round reersø path
Start at the car park in the town.
walks in West Zealand in 2009. heath land. the view, stretch out
Find them at www.dvl-vestsj.
dk or obtain a leaflet at the You can follow the path out to the tip of Asnæs or Røsnæs or walk along the banks your hand and pick a the round skarresø lake path
Start at Skarresø Camping or Jyderup
tourist office. of Tissø lake. You might even see one of the white-tailed sea eagles hunting by the blackberry or pick up a station.
lake. stone from the beach. the round nekselø path
You can also jump on the ferry to one of the small neighbouring islands. Sejerø is Take the ferry from Havnsø. There are
two marked routes here.
ideal for walks, partly along small roads, partly along coastline.
Or spend a day walking around nekselø. around sejerø
Take the ferry from Havnsø. There are
good walks along the beaches/main
roads, or go on a bike ride on the main
Paths on eskebjeg vesterlyng
Two marked routes, start from the car
A walk can take a couple of hours, parks.
half a day, a whole day – or perhaps
even a week. Park just past Saltbæk Camping. Path
through young plantation and out to the
There are several accommodation beach.
options along the routes.
In many places, there are shelters Park in the car park on Bjergsted Byvej.
and primitive campsites with free Path across scenic hills.
access to all. Hostels and bed and
breakfasts are also scattered A fantastic walk from Sjællands Odde in
throughout the area – so plan your the north to Næstved in the south.
The walk is divided into stages of 7-15
trip from home and book where you km in length (in some cases 20 km) and
takes you through the most beautiful
are going to stay. landscapes, past villages, smallholdings,
Find shelters and primitive campsites estates, dykes and burial mounds.
You can walk for two months if you so
at www.friluftskortet.dk or ask for choose, or maybe a week or just one day.
help at the tourist office. Buy a detailed map at the tourist office.
Stretches from Hjembæk to Tystrup-Ba-
velse. Suitable for walks and bike rides.
Leaflet/map at the tourist office.
floWes and gardens
Let yourself to be intoxicated by the scent of the English roses. Enjoy the
colour palette of all kinds of exciting flowers in neat colour sections. And
feel the peace and serenity of the Japanese garden with its fine pebble Tågerup
beds and bonsai trees – simplicity and symbolism. 4291 Ruds Vedby
Walk under the flowering pergolas, admire the dead straight hedges and
Birkegårdens Haver is open every
relax on the sun terrace by the small lake while the children feed the fish. day from 9 April to 27 September,
Birkegårdens Haver consist of eight different garden sections, each with from 10am-6pm.
their own theme, from the Danish/English garden, the Japanese-inspired Every year, a large Midsummer’s Eve
garden, the prairie garden with grasses and drought-tolerating flowers to party is held at Birkegårdens Haver.
the monastery garden with raised beds full of fragrant herbs for all the At Christmas, the gardens are ador-
senses and medicinal herbs. A beautiful hand-forged bridge leads you ned with 120,000 electric lights.
There are plenty of Christmas
across Bjørnvad Å river from the Danish/English garden and into an oak goodies on offer and a wonderful
wood, where beautiful rhododendrons grow. Christmassy atmosphere.
Remember to allow plenty of time – there is a lot for the children Christmas opening times:
to get through before they’ll be happy to come home again. At weekends from 21 November to
20 December from 2pm-7pm.
A beautiful destination for
all the family
The kids will love it
The animal pen is full of petting animals. There are two tame donkeys,
Hansel and Gretel, and cuddly little ponies, super soft angora goats,
sheep, dwarf goats and the sweetest rabbits.
New additions this year are a tame fallow deer and a little alpaca lama,
which can be found wandering around the pen and the woods. They like
Every year, different artists
exhibit in the artists’ garden. nothing better than a carrot and a chat. And if that’s not enough, a tame
This year, the artists are Annette stag has also moved into the garden. Amalie the pot-bellied pig is both
Ravn, who is exhibiting inspiring
figures and creatures, and Frede- cuddly and clever and loves to do tricks.
rik Holdgaard who is exhibiting Birkegårdens Haver also has two playgrounds, crazy golf and pathfinder
stone and bronze sculptures.
tasks, which lead the children all the way around the gardens.
CyCling and Walking tours - fresH air and exerCise
Holiday on two wheels
Cycle through a changing landscape – in some places
land and water merge, in others, the coastal landscape
slopes sharply and steeply. Ride through idyllic har-
bours, cosy villages, dramatic Ice Age landscapes and Henrik djernis has two
to the big towns. favourite routes from
The routes have been planned to allow you to experi- Kalundborg. One of them
ence the many stories of the area along the way. takes you past Svenstrup
and out to Saltbæk Strand
beach on the small roads
through lovely fresh, young
on your bike! plantations.
The other route takes you
“Our part of the world has plenty to offer in the out to Asnæs, which has
way of cycling experiences on small, relatively some fantastic countryside
untrafficked roads. with woodland and great
Enjoy the many newly planted areas of woodland views.
S RUN Side
Mountainbike-tips: as you ride along the good, newly laid cycle Both routes are child-friend-
the klostersporet trail in Kalund- paths,” says Henrik Djernis, former mountain bike ly without too many hills.
borg is a technical route offering
and cycle cross world champion. He lives in Ka-
the possibility of riding along a
couple of long, straight stretches. lundborg and still stays in shape on his mountain
1:62.5 2,5 km 3
The route is fairly hilly and runs
along small, winding tracks, in and bike: “There are also flat routes that are ideal for
out of the trees in Klosterskoven families with children, and hilly routes that are
CyCling MaP wood.
routes in and around kalundborg
The route is firm most of the way
Find everything you need for a cycle round, but can be muddy and
ride in and around Kalundborg. clayey in places when it is damp
The guide contains nine routes that and has rained. The length of the
have been planned to ensure that Feel the wind in your hair and breathe in all the scents and aromas carried by route can be varied from approx.
you get the best out of your cycle 3 km to 6 km, depending on which
ride. All routes are round trips, i.e. it - the fragrant flowers on the roadside, the cows in the field, the sea breeze trail you take. The route starts
they start and end at the same place.
and the warm smell of dried grass and summer’s day. from the car park on Lerchenfeld-
vej, close to the hospital.
· precise maps When you cycle, the holiday goes so slowly that there is time to experience
· reliable route descriptions
· maps of towns and areas
everything and to stop off and enjoy the view. At www.gpsies.com you will find
around 10 MTB routes in and
· accommodation options around Kalundborg. Routes/maps
· plus a wealth of information to
help you along the way. Plan the route to suit you – holidays are not supposed to be a punishment drill can also be found at:
The guide can be purchased at the
local tourist offices. There are plenty of good paths in our area, so you will be able to find a
Price: DKK 50.00, EUR 7.00 beautiful route that takes a couple of hours, a whole day or a week.
www.visitkalundborg.dk Find some exciting places to stop for a break; enjoy your packed lunch or
refreshments whilst enjoying the view.
sea and batHing beaCHes
All the materials you
need to build fantastic
beaCHes in the
sandcastles are here
just waiting for you,
Splash in the waves!
but remember to bring a partly sandy beach, close to the
bucket and spade. town
partly pebble beach, bathing jetty,
close to a holiday cottage area
sandy beach with bathing jetty
Bring your fishing a particularly child-friendly sandy
net and bucket beach, with islands at low tide and
free-roaming horses and cows
with you to the
beach by asnæs power station
beach: children sandy beach
love catching Melby sønderstrand
a string with a hook and partly sandy beach
a crushed mussel attached ugerløse strand
and looking at
to it is perfect for catch- sandy beach with cliffs
them. svallerup strand
sandy beach – close to a holiday
It is quite a thrill to cottage area
Sandy beaches, bathing beaches, child-friendly beaches, pebble beaches
nudge a giant crab into bjerge nordstrand
– we have all kinds of beaches. If you’ve got the children, we’ve got the sandy beach and bathing jetty,
your bucket and learn to
beaches. close to a holiday cottage area
hold it by the edge of its
Some with sand that’s just the right texture for making sandcastles, sand- bjerge sydstrand
shell. Ask at the tourist a particularly child-friendly sandy
pies and other cool construction works. When the water recedes as the tide beach, with islands at low tide,
office about Blue Flag
ebbs, there are fun “deserted sand islands” here that the children can head close to a holiday cottage area
activities. reersø nordstrand
to on an expedition.
sandy beach, beach volley court,
Other beaches invite adults to take a relaxing swim. And if you have close to a holiday cottage area
pebble collectors in the family, we also have exciting beaches with pebbles Mullerup strand
smoothed by the waves. sandy beach
If you think life’s a beach, you’ve come to the right place! pebble beach with bathing jetties,
close to a holiday cottage area on
We have beaches for every taste – some lie along the shores of the Great high ground
Belt, others bordering the Kattegat Sea. The water is fresh. There is no un- sejerø/bellevue
dercurrent and there are no holes, and although it can of course be windy, sandy beach
the waves do not get so high as to stop you bathing. røsnæs
on the north side there is a fanta-
stic beach with smooth pebbles.
Our coast offers good opportunities for windsurfing, and there are also
plenty of good places for angling. Find the beaches on the map,
Close to nature
There are far-reaching skies in the municipality of
Kalundborg. The countryside is right on your doorstep and
offers a multitude of delightful experiences. From riding
cross-country on Icelandic ponies, sailing in sea kayaks and
They are big, they are small and they
windsurfing to walks, or perhaps even a night in a shelter?
are all different colours. The waves
And don’t forget to check what the nature guides have plan-
have been playing with them for
ned. There are trips up to the lighthouse on Røsnæs penin-
millions of years – and the sand has
sula, there are mouse tours, stone tours and flower tours,
rubbed them smooth and lovely to
and there is a Blue Flag station, where you can catch fish
and crabs and learn about marine
blue flag activity When stones are polished, you can
PrograMMe ‘read their history’ – whether it is old
Bird watching trips are also a
– suMMer fun It wriggles with life when the net lava or a piece of a mountain range
good option – and there is plenty
Summer activities for the whole is pulled up. A lesser pipefish, a or seabed with traces of the first
of opportunity to fish. family.
See www.visitkalundborg.dk zander, five sand-hoppers and a visible animal life dating back half a
or get the brochure ”Summer couple of prawns are tipped into billion years.
On your horse!! fun” at the local Tourist office
from June. the tank for people to have a look So you also learn about the history
at and ask questions. of the Ice Age and the geological hi-
There is something so wonderfully intense Horses
story of the earth on the stone tour.
about experiencing nature on horseback! roved Horsemanship Crabs
Flinterup Mark 8
You do not need to have riding experience DK-4480 Store Fuglede You jump with excitement when a
On the stone tour at Røsnæs, you’ll
– the horses will no doubt behave Tel. +45 5959 8085 large crab finally grabs the bait on
www.rovedhorsemanship.dk come away with your pockets full of
themselves. the line that you have spent the last
Find the blue flag station at stones. Large pockets are a must!
Ride to the beach, or ride on the paths at
Havnsø Harbour, or join the
nature guide for a guided walk
half an hour dangling in the water.
Slowly but surely you pull it in, and Mousetour
along the beach.
the crab comes with it! Under the We see what the Our area is perfect for sea
Calendar of events fellow with a net, and voila the crab 25 traps have kayaking. Depending on which
(available at tourist offices)
is in your bucket. caught and way the wind is blowing, you will
release the mice again once we have always find protective coasts and
When the crab’s shell becomes too had a look at them. There is a chance delightful bays. A calm summer’s
small for it, it crawls out of the of seeing the bank vole, the yellow- day is perfect for rowing to
‘hatch’ at the back and hides under a necked mouse, the wood mouse, the Nekselø from Havnsø.
rock until the new shell has grown. shrew and the field mouse.
Culinary Holiday exPerienCes
A holiday taste experience! find tHe farMs
Vinde Helsingevej 45, 4281 Gørlev
(A22 halfway between Slagelse and
taste tHe loCal Kalundborg)
buy local delicacies direct from the countryside
Open: daily 8am to 6pm
If you would like to see where your steak comes from, or perhaps let
Havnsø ny badehotel
your children pat a cow, a trip out to one of the local farm shops is Havnevej 3, Havnsø Mineslund
The Mineslund estate is beautifully 4591 Føllenslev Asnæs Skovvej 38, 4400 Kalundborg
a must. This is where you will find top quality produce sold straight
situated at the far end of the Asnæs www.havnsohotel.dk (on the far end of Asnæs
from field to fork. peninsula near Kalundborg)
peninsula near Kalundborg. reersø kro Open: Monday-Saturday from 10am-3pm
Meat, fruit, vegetables and wonderful delicacies such as cold pressed Strandvejen 46 www.mineslund.dk
The meat sold in the farm shop at Mi- 4281 Gørlev
oils, honey and spices can add colour and flavour to your holiday.
neslund comes from the estate’s own www.reersoekro.dk kragerup gods
If you would rather let the chef take care of the preparation, we have restaurant gisseløre i/s Kragerupgaardsvej 33, 4291 Ruds Vedby
organic cattle that graze in the green
a long list of restaurants where you can taste the local produce.
Freshly picked hills at Asnæs and Røsnæs.
(on the A225 between Jyderup and
fruit “The shop is laid out in such a way www.restaurant-gisseloere.dk Farm shop open: everyday from
Highland cattle that our customers can watch as the spisehuset / Sejerøferie
10am-2pm, closed on Saturdays.
Weekend breaks and large Christmas
market 2nd weekend in November.
Helsingehus frugtplantage is a well butchers are cutting up the meat, 4592 Sejerø
At kragerup gods, you can buy www.sejeroferie.dk
established fruit orchard that has making sausages or taking the meat
fantastic meat and cold cuts from the Café edderfuglen
been run as an orchard for 70 years, out of the smoking oven, and that is Røsnæsvej 460
estate’s highland cattle.
with four generations as owners something that most people find very 4400 Kalundborg
Highland beef is flavourful and lean; www.edderfuglen.dk
during this time. interesting,” explains the owner of
the free-range life of the cattle, kaptajn nemo
“The majority of our production con- Mineslund, Eirik Vinsand: Havnepladsen 12, Havnsø
which graze all year round, is what
sists of apples and pears, but we also The entire estate is open to the pub- 4591 Føllenslev
makes the meat so tasty.
Buy the meat frozen as sausages or
grow strawberries and potatoes and lic – you are welcome to go into the
Wine from Røsnæs
also have quite a few vegetables,” stalls and go for a walk in the fields
big steaks for the barbecue. dyrehøj vingaard Normally, Røsnæs experiences approx.
explains Inge Nielsen, who runs the and woodland. Open vineyard and guided tour
The salamis are a unique, low-fat 100 hours of sunshine more than the
place together with her husband. of the vines:
delicacy, also sold directly from the 13 August, 6pm. national average. This is exploited by
The orchard sells its own fruit and
Free-range geese farm shop.
Make sure you allow plenty of time
vegetables in addition to seasonal
13 September (all day)
6 October, 6pm.
Booking not necessary. Just
Dyrehøj Vingaard (vineyard), which has
planted a 2-hectare vineyard in the
plants such as bulb plants, summer turn up at the vineyard at
Sejerø’s free-range, eco geese are in when visiting the estate as you are hope of becoming a wine and grape
flowers and decorative greenery, etc. 6pm. Price DKK 100.
a class of their own. The fresh sea air also welcome to go for a walk in the producer.
that makes the grass on the island grounds.
salty, and wandering in the hills Enjoy the peace and quiet under the
makes the geese especially tasty. huge trees, go for a walk around the
Taste the geese at the local restau- moat and the beautiful buildings –
rants or buy them via the website and have a chat with the highland
www.horsekar.dk cattle with their enormous horns.
tissø· lille åMose · seJerø · birds all year
Go bird watching!
WHere to see tHe birds
In the summer, there is always bird life at
the south end of Tissø, where you stop at
the car park and go for a walk along the road
and look out over the lake. Birds can also be
spotted on the east coast by Selchausdal Gods
Get the kids together, grab a pair of binoculars and
perhaps slip a bird book into your bag – then you are well
Visit Fugledegård’s visitors’ centre on the
main road on the west side of the lake. There
Two-metre wing span!
equipped for a spot of bird watching, which is a fun way of is a bird watching tower here, offering a good If you are lucky, you will see the local white-tailed sea
view over the lake.
getting out into the countryside. There are guided tours, eagles. They breed at the neighbouring lake, Skarresø, but
but naturally you can also head off under your own steam. On the east side of Tissø, there is a small from time to time they can be seen at Lille Åmose and
deciduous wood, Klinteskoven. The nightin-
gale sings here from mid May to mid June. Tissø, where they hunt for fish, ducks and coots.
You can park in the car park in the middle of
The otter is a threatened species, but can
still be found in the Halleby Å river system
and at Tissø.
The black guillemot on Sejerø lille åmose
At Lille Åmose, on the road between Tissø
One of Denmark’s largest colonies of black guillemot lives on and Strids Mølle mill, there are birds all year.
Sejerø. In 2008, 120 pairs bred on the island. reersø
If you want to see the black guillemot, you will need to get up On the tongue of land out to Reersø, there
are areas of shallow water teeming with
early and set off for Lindehoved near the southern point of the birds. A bird watching tower has been
island. erected at Flasken, which allows you to
survey the area.
The black guillemots remain in the colony until around 10 Try the long walk from Ornum Strand beach
all the way out to Hallebyåen river on the
o’clock. They then fly out to the fishing grounds at sea. other side of Flasken, where you can get
Don’t stay for too long as the birds daren’t fly up to the
nesting holes in the cliff when people are standing nearby.
closer to the birds.
The shallow ford between the Reersø penin- Birds at the Lake Tissø
sula and Zealand is surrounded by shallow,
wet beach meadows. The birds flock to the Tissø covers an area of approx. 12.3km²
area at low tide.
and is the fourth largest lake in Denmark.
vesterlyng This means that water birds that are not
The sizeable area of wetland Tranevejle at
Vesterlyng attracts wading birds all year normally seen in Danish lakes come here.
round, and there is a rich bird life all over Spring and autumn are dominated by
migratory birds and Tissø is one of the
røsnæs places in Denmark that attracts the most
Røsnæs is ideal for walks for the purpose
of bird watching – along the beaches, greylag geese – up to 3,500 were seen
eiders bob on the waves and the shrike is there on one autumn day.
just one of the birds breeding in the
woods. You will see the most birds near Canada geese, bean geese and whooper
the far car park in the autumn and swans can also be seen in the cold period,
at Fyret (the lighthouse)
in the winter. in flocks of several hundred.
stories in tHe landsCaPe
The landscape tells its own story
If we go back in time, 18,000 years, or thereabouts…
Åmosen bog is covered by a three-kilometre thick layer of ice. The ice is
mixed with soil, stones, clay and gravel, and it is black.
Over the course of many thousands of years, the ice has melted and The name tissø is well over 1,000
The very moment that the
refrozen – perhaps 30 times. years old and probably comes from
archaeologists discovered the fine
This has caused the enormous ice masses to become displaced. When it the god of war Tir or Ty in Nordic
little figure of thor’s goats
was cold, the ice moved forwards and when it became warm, the ice mo- mythology. It was he who stuck his
– Toothgrinder and Toothgnasher –
ved back – as the ice masses pressed, pushed and grated the landscape hand in the mouth of the Fenris Wolf,
at Tissø, the skies opened, there was
into shape, the vast quantity of water gushed out, taking the soil, clay and had it bitten off.
an enormous clap of thunder, a flash
and stone with it. It is said that if you drink the water
of lightning and the rain began to
To the east, the water was stopped in its tracks by the hills in the of the lake on Midsummer’s Eve,
pour. Could it have been Thor…?
landscape known as lateral moraines. These lateral moraines were the nothing bad can happen to you that
Can be seen at the museum.
remains of a previous glacial push. year!
Here, in front of the lateral moraines is where Store Åmose formed.
After a few more millennia, the lateral moraines could no longer with-
stand the pressure. They gave way to the large quantity of water, which
then gushed on eastwards, and helped to carve out Lille Åmose.
Finally, the ice melted. The vast quantity of water, mud, stones and
clay formed deep ditches, through which the water ran towards the sea,
forming Halleby Å river. Prehistoric man used the large
Elsewhere in the vicinity lay a colossal mountain of dead ice, i.e. ice migrating rocks left behind by the
that cannot move. The weight pushed the ice down into the landscape, ice approx. 15,000 years ago to tell
and when the climate changed and became warmer, a kettle hole was ”stories” with rock carvings.
formed - the large, deep lake, Tissø.
In 2007, the rughavestenen stone the tissø necklace dates back to
the gubbestenen is a colossal migration was found near Vesterlyng. Here, the Viking Age (late 900s). It is
rolling stone with approx. 20 large and close to Sejerø Bugten bay, where the approx. 31cm in diameter and is
many small, insignificant cup-shaped sun sets over the sea, a fine picture composed of four, double-twisted
indentations. Legend has it that the stone of a ship and a sun symbol were lengths of gold. It is made of
was thrown towards Ubby Church by a carved into the rock over 3,000 years almost pure gold and weighs 1,830
troll, whose finger marks are imprinted in ago. g. When it was made, the Tissø
the stone. This can be seen at Kalundborg necklace was worth around 500
Path access from Klovby. Museum cows – a vast fortune.
kalundborg · its History at a glanCe
grave sites beneath the
Esbern Snare’s town
It is the end of the 12th century. Up on a hill overlooking Kalund- esbern snare drew the lines in the
central tower – close to the borg Fjord, one of the greatest men of the period, the burly Esbern sand and designed the town walls,
altar – have been popular with Snare – Absalon’s elder brother and blood brother of Denmark’s King the redoubt and the streets of the
nobility through the centu- Valdemar – lives in his newly built fortress. town which was to grow up around
ries. Grave after grave was Down in the well protected natural harbour he is able to enjoy the his fortress. If you go up to Høj-
dug in the floor of the church view of his great fleet of warships whilst keeping a look-out for byen, you will find Adelgade and the
– closer and closer to the enemies approaching by sea. two streets that run along the town
large columns that support the Together with the fortifications in Vordingborg, Nyborg, Korsør, wall, exactly where Esbern once
tower. And in 1827 the inevi- Sprogø and Copenhagen, Esbern’s fortress in Kalundborg protected determined they should be.
table happened: the founda- the coastlines from Wendish pirates.
tion subsided and the central The town of Kalundborg grew up around Esbern Snare’s fortress.
Go for a walk around
tower collapsed. Miraculously, Højbyen and see the lovely
For the first few centuries of its existence, the town remained old houses.
it fell outwards, between two
within the protective town walls. As the town grew, it expanded Visit kalundborg Museum:
of the other towers, and no
skywards. All the houses therefore had two storeys – if you look up here you will find a model
one was hurt. of Kalundborg from the year
at the first floor of the lovely old houses in Højbyen, you will see 1650.
In 1870, a nationwide collec-
that the upper floor extends out over the lower floor in many places. See also the collections of
tion was organised to finance the many historical finds
This was an architectural device to create more space in a town that the earth yields each
the rebuilding of the tower! time excavations are carried
where space was at a premium. Several houses are from the 15th and
out in Kalundborg
16th centuries. Højbyen in Kalundborg is one of the best-preserved www.kalmus.dk
medieval towns in Denmark. Visit kalundborg kirke
Later, craftsmen moved outside the town walls, followed by the (church).
Visit galleri bispegården
merchant’s houses to give them more space. (And no doubt also
to avoid paying duty at the town wall; tax evasion is not a recent
the five-tower church was originally
Esbern Snare’s idea. But it was his
daughter Ingeborg who was actually
behind the building of the church. kalundborg comes from the word
Esbern died in 1204, and at that Kaalund, or jackdaw grove. Jackdaws
are part of the town’s new symbol.
time the art of kiln-firing bricks
Kaa (which rhymes with “raw”) is the
had only just reached Denmark. old Danish word for jackdaw
Art in beautiful surroundings galleries
see local galleries at
Visiting the interesting exhibition venue bispegården in Højbyen,
Kalundborg, really is a quite unique experience.
Art becomes the building and the building becomes the art.
Built back in 1401, the rustic rooms with crooked angles and raw walls
have been carefully restored to accommodate a modern gallery.
There are exhibitions of the work of professional artists all year, with
six to eight private views a year.
bispegården was originally the Paintings, watercolours, silk screen printing, sculptures, installations,
residence of the catholic bishop of glass, textiles and photography – the exhibitions aim to cover all forms
Roskilde and was first mentioned in of art.
1401, but the building is probably
older than that.
Bispegården’s premises are so beautiful and unique that many of the
artists who exhibit there produce works with the premises in mind, and
Art in the town
During the Reformation in 1536, this is what makes the exhibitions such a unique experience. Vandringsmanden (The Wanderer) on
Bispegården became the property At all of the exhibitions, the art is for sale. the gable wall above the local news-
of the throne and functioned as the paper Kalundborg Folkeblad in Bred-
town hall of Kalundborg until 1854, gade was painted by Jørgen Haugen
after which it was allowed to fall sørensen. The gable painting on
for tHe year:
into disrepair. Solskinspladsen in Kordilgade was
2 May–15 June
suMMer exHibition painted by ib geertsen.
Inspired by nature
bettina schori, ole akhøj.
Bispegården has been owned by the bispegårdsgruppen is a group of six local The beautiful jackdaw statue on
20 June–2 August: artists who, in the summer 2009, will be
Municipality of Kalundborg since bispegårdsgruppen. exhibiting at Bispegården together with two the roundabout as you drive into
“It can be the light and colour of a beautiful sunset. It can be rocks,
1917 and was renovated in selected ‘guest artists’. Kalundborg was sculpted by erik
15 August to 20 September: stones, cloud formations, or an interesting branch or some rusty
1978/81 and converted ole sporring. Jeppe Juul Jensen paintings and graphics. Heide.
scraps of iron at the edge of the beach.”
into an exhibition venue. 3 October to 8 November (incl. autumn sculptor Jesper neergaard beautiful, Impressions from nature are the main source of inspiration for the
half-term holiday) clean-cut marble sculptures.
al Masson, dorte Jelstrup, Julie renowned artist Grete Balle, who lives and works in Kalundborg:
Today Bispegården is run by Kalund- sass, Marianne therese grønnow. glass master Jørgen karlsen glass art. “However familiar I am with the nature in the area, the expression,
borg Kunstforening (art associa-
21 November until lis lindkvist collages.
light and colours are changing all the time, forming the impressions
tion), which is responsible for the 3 January 2010: depicted in my pictures.”
exhibitions. Hanne linde, Marina Pagh. didder geisler naturalistic paintings
– a modern interpretation of the landscape. grete balle has been working with weaving for many years and has
bispegården also been painting for the past 20 years.
Adelgade 6, DK-4400 Kalundborg grete balle abstract nature paintings.
finn lerchenfeldt (guest) mixed media Some of her local works can be seen in Viskinge Church and Værslev
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday
11am–4pm, closed on Mondays.
sculptures. Church, and she exhibits at the Bispegården summer exhibition.
Free admission to all exhibitions. anne fabricius Møller (guest)
24 nature-inspired textile prints.
røsnæs · rougH and Wild – and enCHantingly beautiful
Heaven and sea!
Croak, croak! – the low-pitched
song of the fire-bellied toad
resounds across the lakes from
go on a Walking
May until August.
The waterholes in the area were
Røsnæs is a nature experience in a class of its own. Here There is a basic ramblers’ trail
restored in 2000, and fire-bellied that is about 5 km in length.
there are gentle green hills, dramatic slopes, waterholes The trail is signposted with
toads were brought in from
with salamanders and fire-bellied toads, and a fantastic yellow dots on stones, trees
Nekselø. and poles. At high tides,
view across the Great Belt. beach trails may be
Large and small salamander are
The entire outer tip of the long isthmus at Røsnæs – 200 submerged, but there is also
also found in the area. the option of walking on
hectares altogether – is designated as a nature reserve. paths at the top of the
The big slopes on the southern side of the naze at Vinde- See maps in the car parks.
kilde have been used as a common since time immemorial Further information:
– and jungle-like scrubland and a fantastic profusion of www.friluftskortet.dk
flowers, not to mention insects, adders, grass snakes, sand
røsnæs lighthouse was built
lizards and salamanders can be found here. The area was
between 1844 and 1846. The
given protected status in 1924 as one of the first nature
500 watt light source is 25 flowers
conservation areas in Denmark. Saxifrage, sea pink, hoary
m above sea level, and under plantain and cowslip are
“The flowers on the common are not the product of
clear conditions, the cone of found on the southern slopes of
farming, but have survived since the earliest times. They Røsnæs.
light is visible more than 40 The dry, sunny hilltops have
are found on soil that has never been ploughed, and where
km away. The lighthouse tower steppe vegetation such as rock
grazing livestock have kept the grass, scrub and bushes roses, thyme, dwarf everlast,
is not accessible to the public. field wormwood, meadow
under control like their wild ancestors before them,” anemone, catstail and dropwort.
explains Morten Lindhard, the nature guide. Remember: leave the flowers
where they are – the area has
Nature conservation takes top priority on Røsnæs. many vulnerable and protected
Morten Lindhard observes the flowers year by year. He
notes with concern that the scrubland looks set to cope
better than the rare wild flowers. Some migratory birds spend
As the scrubland spreads, the flowers give up. And re- the spring and autumn here.
Circling buzzards are often
moving the scrub doesn’t help, once it has smothered the seen on sunny autumn days.
flowers, because it leaves soil that flowers cannot grow in. Common eider are seen bobbing
up and down on the waves off
“We prune the budding scrub each winter, where the the coast.
cows have given up. At the same time, we are considering Among the breeding birds are
the red-backed shrike and the
experimenting with mixed grazing, supplementing the red-necked grebe.
cows with goats or deer, for example, which – unlike cows The whitethroat is the
charac teristic bird of this open
– have ’scrub’ very much on the menu.” country, and the rosefinch is
reersø · art, nature and village idylls
11 kM of beautiful
A good path runs all the way around Reersø
– suitable for walks, runs or cycling, as the
mood takes you.
Reersø’s narrow streets and half-timbered buildings, which date back to the 17th The path all the way round is 11 kilometres
long, and there is a map in the car park in the
and 18th century, have miraculously survived without being ravaged by fire despite centre of town, where you can get an idea
their easily ignitable thatched roofs. of where the paths go and perhaps select a
“It’s almost like an open air museum here – except you won’t find us going about The peninsula has distinctive and extremely
our business with straw in our clogs,” says Jon Mortensen, who guides tourists Towards the east (Zealand), there are three
around the town in the summer months, telling the many local stories as he goes. areas of wetland, Flasken, Skiften and Vejlen,
with wading birds, ducks and interesting flora
Reersø is known for its tailless Park in the car park in the centre of town and soak in the atmosphere! And don’t – further south
cats, which are said to have forget to walk down to the harbour, which is a little way outside the village. you can the Great Belt Bridge.
To the west, the path leads you up 19-metre
lived on the island for 200 high cliffs, which are a popular destination
years. The island… for anglers.
On the beaches, you stand a good chance of
They might have come to It is completely natural for people on Reersø to refer to it as “the island”. finding fossilised squid tentacles and oyster
Reersø from the Isle of Man in Up until relatively recently, water separated the two islands, and this no doubt shells.
the Irish Sea after a ship- contributed to the independent nature so characteristic of the island’s inhabitants. Art and crafts Along the road to Reersø, there are picnic
areas at Fugletårnet, Fårehuset and Gravlund-
wreck in the Great Belt. Over the course of time, a tongue of land formed, over which horse and carts could stenen.
Reersø is known for its unique artists’
pass, even though it was often submerged. The first proper road was built in 1852.
environment, and the galleries and artists’ bird watching from the tower
studios are open all year. On Reersøvej, there is a bird watching tower at
Flasken near Reersø.
A trip to Reersø is an ideal opportunity to Flasken is where Halleby Å river opens into
visit the ‘island’s’ many studios and galleries the Great Belt and, together with Reersø Vejle
and the surrounding areas, is an important
and see exhibitions of paintings, graphics, haunt for ducks, geese and wading birds, e.g.
ceramics, glass, amber and utility crafts. Eat lunch at the the northern lapwing is regularly seen in the
meadows in front of the tower, and the area is
oPen island There is also a car museum with American harbour; the fish shop, home to a colony of breeding herons.
At the annual ÅBEN Ø (open cars. Fiskehuset, sells many
island) event, you can visit
open workshops offering small dishes such as
photography, folk dance, fish cakes and freshly
literature, old cars, musical
experiences, history tours smoked mackerel.
and much more. At Reersø inn, there
ÅBEN Ø (open island) is freshly caught fried
8 and 9 August 2009 eel on the menu.
eskebJerg vesterlyng · beaCH and zealand’s biggest HeatH
On Vesterlyng you can see many bird species:
oyster catchers, redshanks, lapwings and
ringed plovers breed regularly, while ruffs
breed occasionally. Out of consideration for
the birds, you should watch them from the
road and not go down to Tranevejle.
the colours of the seasons “The heathland extends as far as the eye can see. The
Every season has its own colour on Lyn-
gen. Spring is lilac – when the thrift is in
juniper scrubland that characterises the landscape bears
witness to the windswept winter months when the plants
Elephants as nature
flower. Later the grass becomes speckled have been shaped by the wind. If you look deep into the conservationists
with woolly white wisps from nodding cow scrub, in many places you will see hideouts where the
bells, and all summer the verdant carpet animals of the heathland have their lairs,” says biologist West Zealand has numerous areas of pro-
of grass is adorned with flowers of a Erich Wederkinch. tected meadow, common and heath land.
multitude of colours. Nature conservation is vital to these na-
In the summer, the heathland is a grazing area for cows
tural gems, as they will otherwise become
and horses. This is a pleasant and attractive feature of
overgrown with birch, juniper and wood-
the countryside, which also serves the important function
land, causing their rare flora and fauna to exPerienCe
of keeping the vegetation under control, as otherwise the
disappear for ever. vesterlyng
area would be covered in scrubland and woods.
In an attempt to preserve the natural There are two signposted trails
Thorns and dog roses grow wild and, together with the at Vesterlyng. The migrating
gems, there are many different kinds dunes trail and the ancient
juniper bushes, constitute the prickly scrubland that the
of trial grazing projects taking place in monuments trail – both
animals do not eat. The scrub gradually encloses large approx. 3.5 km. They start
the area, but they always leave behind from the car park in the centre
areas, and oak and hazel can thrive here – out of reach of
something that has to be removed by ma- of the heathland.
the cattle. This type of scrubland where deciduous trees Pick up a trail leaflet from the
chine or hand; a process that leaves ugly tourist office or from the racks
can grow in peace is known as “fodpose” (“foot muff”).
eskebjerg scars, which it takes mother nature many in the car parks.
vesterlyng “If you go out towards Sejerø Bugten bay, you will years to heal again. In the summer months, the
cattle graze and the horses
near Havnsø emerge onto dunes and heathlands alternating with areas As the closest relative of the prehistoric roam freely. Normally they are
offers beautiful of scrub, common and wet depressions, each with its mammoth, tame Indian elephants can resu- peace-loving creatures. But
keep your distance from cows
countryside and unique flora and fauna,” Erich explains. To the east lies me their former role of land clearers. with small calves, especially if
a child-friendly Tranevejle and the adjoining salt marshes with deep tide And that is why three Indian elephants you have a dog with you.
Don’t feed the animals.
bathing beach channels, the socalled “loer”, which flood with salt water paid Vesterlyng a visit last summer.
Keep dogs on a leash.
with dunes. from time to time.
For bathing, go to the beach.
The heathland also has many wooded areas – Mareskoven We can’t promise that the elephants will be
Only pick berries and
is a coppice wood. back in 2009 – we can only hope. mushrooms for your own use.
Take a walk around Havnsø Harbour
At the harbour you will find
Havnsø’s ’shopping square’,
Havnsø Inn and several good
places to eat.
The harbour is a Blue Flag
harbour and in the summer
Marinas in tHe area holidays, there is a Blue Flag
station with fun activities
the harbour lies at the heart of the town, and there are few The small fishing port at røsnæs for children.
opens out into the Kattegat. It is
things nicer than coming down to the water, looking out at still an active fishing port today. Ferry to Nekselø and Sejerø.
the horizon and checking out the boats. www.faergevest.dk
At reersø Harbour, there are
We have five marinas, all very different and exciting to visit. dinghy fishermen and a mass of ac- Located at the harbour is the small shipyard and building
tivity when the working boats sail berths and there is nearly always
out to Musholm Lax. There is also a
fish shop and hot dog stand. something interesting going on there.
sejerø Harbour is where it all
If you are lucky, you will be able to
happens. There are several active watch a ship being hoisted onto the
fishing cutters, several thousand
sailors throughout the summer,
building berths – there may even be a
and the ferry from Havnsø. Galleri large ship in for repair.
Tejsten is also worth a visit. trailer-boats
There are trailer
Mullerup is a privately-owned
harbour with holiday homes on the
harbourside. The living harbour ramps at Havnsø,
on Sejerø, at
Catch a crab and other Skipperkroen inn is situated at the
harbour and the beach is close by. “Even though a harbour cannot, in itself, really be called Røsnæs Harbour,
exciting Blue Flag activities
a tourist attraction, the activities at Havnsø Harbour on Reersø, in
for children. Gisseløre Marina is situated close
to Kalundborg, overlooking the seem to have a magnetic effect on the locals and tou- Mullerup and
original medieval town centre and
the unique five-spired
rists in the area,” says harbour master Michael Høy. Kalundborg Dock
church. Havnsø Harbour is a ‘real harbour’ with all that this on Dokhavnsvej.
Websites of the harbours: entails.
There are 250 permanently moored pleasure boats here,
plus the many boats that visit every summer. So there
is always a boat on its way to its mooring between the
wood pilings – or heading out into the bay to stretch its
There are two island ferries, which also provide enter-
tainment as they chug into the ferry berth with a long
tooot of the horn, to allow their cargo of people, cars,
cows, combine harvesters and other goods to disembark.
nekselø · around tHe island WitH nature at its Wildest
although the ferry crossing only
takes 20 minutes, the stubby little
The loveliest island!
ferry takes you so far away from
“everyday routine” that your inner-
In fact, many people consider that nekselø is the
most being will be imbued with the
loveliest island in denmark.
sense of peace and quiet as you set
“My favourite spots are the western inclines in April,
foot on the little green island.
when they are a carpet of violets, and the southern
part of the island in May, when it is pink with sea pink,”
beautiful countryside is not to be
Jytte Heglund explains. She has lived on the island for
taken for granted – the island needs
19 years and still enjoys her daily rambling tours on the
to be grazed because otherwise it
will become overgrown with scrub
and trees. So in May each year, 15 Nekselø is small enough that you can easily walk all the
suckling cows with their calves and a way round it in a day; and the whole trip is worth every
bull are ferried across to the island. minute. There are two signposted routes with trails that
They are responsible for naturally wend their way through the most stunning landscapes.
tending the southern part of the nekselø is privately The northern part of the island has rolling green hills
owned and has 21 perma-
island, and a local farmer on the nent residents – 17 adults with waterholes scattered around. When you come
island keeps sheep and cows at the and 4 children. Many of across to the western side, there are steep grassy banks
the special climate on nekselø them have lived on the
northern end of the island. island all their lives. One reaching down to the sea; the landscape becomes more
means it is warm enough for such individual is Roar
Although there are bulls, you can windswept and rough, and the views are fantastic.
swallow wort, musk mallow, Slots, who is 81 years old.
freely enter the folds – the animals He remembers the time Here, paths have been trampled by cows grazing on the
deer foot and wild marjoram, when there was no ferry disCover nekselø
are busy grazing and enjoying and you could ride a pony
which are otherwise rare in our Remember to wear good
the view! and trap along the reef to Continuing round to the southern part of the island, you walking shoes – the terrain
latitudes. There are also rare Nekselø. He made his last and roads are not suitable
trip over the reef in 1967 will come upon the little church, inaugurated in 1931,
steppe plants such as sun roses for cycling. Push-chairs and
– now there is too much and the final part of the trail continues through dense, handcarts should stick to the
and field cow-wheat. water to be able to use gravel roads, however. You
that route. “wild” woodland before you arrive back at the harbour.
Around the salt marshes on the cannot buy food or beverages
In his youth, Roar rowed on the island. Toilets (and
southern part of the island and tourists across to the drinking water) are available
the boggy lake in the north, if you turn right before you
reach the mole.
there are little terns, little nekselø is known for its many The ferry sails from Havnsø
ringed plovers, kestrels, golden fire-bellied toads, which are – check the times at
orioles, rough-legged buzzards among the most endangered ani-
Ask for a Nekselø leaflet at
and short-eared owls. mal species in northern Europe. the tourist office or at
Because of its special wildlife From May until August, you can Vesterlyng Camping
reception, or pick one up
and countryside, the whole hear the sound of the toads’ cha- on the island.
island has had protected status racteristic low-pitched singing
since 1951. across the lakes.
seJerø · island exPerienCes, art and sPiCed snaPs
The sunshine island don’t forget
galleri tejsten at the harbour.
Bird painters exhibit watercolours, oils
Open daily from 3pm–6pm.
Sejerø - the sunshine island You sail by ferry from Havnsø. The trip takes just Tourist brochures available here.
Guided black guillemot tours
in Kattegat - is said to be one 55 minutes, but you are suddenly a long way www.tejsten.dk
of the places in Denmark with away.
black guillemot tour
the most hours of sunshine On Sejerø, time passes more slowly under far- Saturday 13 June: Black guillemot tour
and least rain. reaching skies – and the peace and serenity can with ornithologist Sten Asbirk.
be felt deep in your soul. Nature tour Thursday 25 June
This is where you will find village idyll around the Nature guide Jens Christian Gejl
seJerø guides. We listen to and look at diffe-
village pond, and the most beautiful scenery with rent bird species and the biodiverse and
There is an inn, campsite, gourmet
lovely beaches and small farms in the green hills. rare flora. Tour in the island bus.
restaurant and Dagli’brugs (small
supermarket). From the lighthouse in the north, you can see all
the way to the island of Samsø. saft til Hjernesvampen
Nature on bottle
find the ferry here:
(food for thought)
www.faergevest.dk Put on your walking boots or jump on your bike. 19-26 July and 2 August. Galleri
find tours and events on sejerø: The roads are small and child-friendly and the
12.30pm-2.30pm. Just turn up. It tastes divine. It warms you all the
island is perfect for a walk.
Crabs for fun – crab race way down to your big toe – and the
Allways fresh on the day
Children accompanied by herbs have all manner of benefits to
tynebjerg Mohair, an adult DKK 30
Gniben 4 boot!
Salamis from own sheep, goats and Don’t forget to buy the good produce on Sejerø. The many hours of sejerø kulturhus Kryddersnaps (spiced snaps) can be
calves and speciality beers. We also in Havehuset, Birthe Jarlbæk
sell mohair. sunshine and the salty sea air give the fruit, vegetables and meat a will be exhibiting her floral made from pretty much any herb,
special flavour and quality. paintings. flower, shoot, root and leaf you can
Mastrupvej 65 Karl and Ella from Nørrevangsgården farm grow vegetables that are the in the gallery, find in the wild.
Farm shop selling wool products, an exhibition of the works of Hanne
talk of the entire area around Kattegat. Løcke, as well as the Cobra artists
Feel like having a go at making your
There is fresh garlic with green tops for the salad, there are aromatic Corneille, Alechinsky and Dotrement, own spiced snaps? There is help at
nørrevangsgårdens grønt plus the artists from Odsherred.
tomatoes, freshly dug potatoes, sweetcorn, strawberries, beetroot and Open 27 June-September.
hand on Sejerø. The island snaps
Fresh vegetables. big, juicy bunches of parsley. Not to mention lettuce, raspberries, dill, Weekdays 11am-12 noon and 2pm-6pm. enthusiasts have established Sejerø
Harbour market every Wednesday green asparagus and cucumbers. Snapselav (snaps guild).
and Saturday from 5pm–7pm all “We start by harvesting in the morning, and the first batch of fresh
produce is in the shop by ten,” explains Ella. Karl does the digging, Learn the secrets of spiced snaps
sowing and weeding, while Ella harvests and stocks the shop. It is pure nostalgia to see the Foska “porridge Join a guided snaps tour on Sejerø,
“There is never anything that gets leftover and sold the next day. All oat” boy and the Valo “washing powder “wo- when the island’s able nature guide
our produce is harvested the same day. man smiling down from the packets in the old gives useful tips about interesting
It is not organic, but it is grown with consideration. We eat it ourselves, grocer’s shop, which is now a museum. herbs and sound advice about making
you see.” You will find it by the village pond. your own spiced snaps.
go to tHe flea Market and sMallWare Market
’Fleas’, horses and other goodies Pat a cow fleas for sale
Stroke a horse, chat to a calf, or let the children have Havnsø flea market
fun with three puppies and a rabbit. Every Saturday
from 11 April to 26 September
West Zealand is ‘out in the country’, and so you have
every opportunity of experiencing farm animals at Horse show and flea market
Gørlev 3–5 July
Market days in gørlev
Here are several animal shows, children’s animal Every Saturday from 26 June
shows and horse markets. It is also possible to visit until 8 August from 10am
farms, where you can go into the stalls and out into
the fields with the animals. Or how about a farm kirke Helsinge flea market
Kirke Helsinge Idrætsplads
holiday? 18 July
reersø harbour festival
and flea market
10 July to 12 July
foals, colts and fillies show
and flea market
Gørlev 11-13 September
snertinge horse and flea
There are several options sejerø flea and antiques
If you need a floral vase with gold trim, a fun old bread-making machine, a for farm holidays market
few good second-hand novels, a pair of green roller skates, eight mismatched – ask at the tourist office. From 1 July-8 August
glasses of unknown origin, 74 gramophone records of Danish hits from the At Mineslund gårdbutik viking market at
(farm shop), there is free fugledegård
era of slicked-back hair, a pink Barbie car with a loose door – or maybe it’s a access to stalls and fields. 25–26 July
piebald horse with a calm temperament you’re looking for? Several visitors have been
lucky enough to see a calf
Then you should definitely visit the flea market on market day or visit a horse being born!
fair and smallware market.
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Markets can be found all over the area throughout the summer. Many places DK-4400 Kalundborg
have a flea market and smallware market every Saturday; other places have one
big market over a weekend. The goods are at prices that everyone can afford – At kragerup gods,
you are welcome to say
and no matter whether you’re buying a lot or a little (or nothing at all), a flea hello to the highland
market is always fun! cattle and the cuddly
Allow plenty of time, have a bite to eat at the market, and mooch around the Kragerupgaardsvej 33
stalls. The most difficult thing, of course, is avoiding taking something “well- DK-4291 Ruds Vedby
worn” home with you …
CHristMas in tHe old Market toWn of kalundborg
Christmas in Kalundborg
Kalundborg invites you for CHRISTMAS on 12 and 13 December.
Buy Christmas presents and delicacies in the many stalls selling arts and crafts,
delicacies, jewellery and much more.
Get into the Christmas spirit with Christmas music and the enormous Christmas
tree on Klostertorv.
Go for a stroll through the pedestrianised shopping street – where all the shops
are open. Maybe you will come across a gospel choir, or almost certainly rhyth-
The steam train puffs its way to
mical Christmas music on Solskinspladsen.
Kalundborg all weekend;
Continue on past all the shop windows, and don’t forget to walk down to Ny-
on departures on Saturday
torv, where the shops are also open, and where there are even more stalls.
morning, you also have the
opportunity to visit Santa in
his special compartment.
The Santa Run
In Kalundborg, anyone with a ‘secret Santa
within’ has the opportunity to make the dream a reality!
Last year, Kalundborg held the Danish premiere of the
Santa Run, when close to 1,200 Santas ran through
the town. We will be repeating the success on 12 Decem-
And yes! Naturally the Santa Run is also in the Guinness
Book of Records. The Santa Run has existed for over 15
years around the world - Spain, England, Ireland, USA.
The record is currently held by Liverpool with some 4,000
Soak in the Christmas And you can help to break that record by signing up for
atmosphere on a horse- the race in Kalundborg.
drawn carriage ride But naturally you are also welcome just to watch – as
through the streets. that is fun too!
tHree good reasons to Move to kalundborg MuniCiPality
exPerienCes in tHe great
you Could also stay Here all year round! outdoors
We have long stretches of coastline,
Jobs and ProPerty wonderful beaches and two of the
– a real Possibility most beautiful islands in Denmark.
Good job opportunities, business
There are large expanses of wood-
development, positive development,
land and beautiful scenery as far as
new companies moving to the area.
the eye can see – and many kilome-
tres of cycle and hiking paths.
Kalundborg is the largest industrial
town on Zealand outside Copenha-
On the island of Røsnæs, our natural
gen. The size of our business commu-
gem, the area by the lighthouse is
nity actually compares to that of a
now open to the public, and we will
medium-sized European town such as
be establishing an exhibition here.
The nature on Vesterlyng is fantastic
and the beach is in a class of its
The Municipality of Kalundborg is on
leisure and Culture for tHe own.
its toes internationally, and, together
with the Kalundborgegnens Erhvervs-
Kalundborg also has an old part
råd (Kalundborg Regional Business Golf course, five marinas, swimming
of town where you will find Bispe-
Council), has established its own EU baths, sport, theatre, youth culture
office in Brussels. – cultural life and leisure pursuits are
palace) and the
In this way, we aim to embrace rising
We are hoping to
globalisation by helping to put local We have 270 cultural and leisure
have our famous
companies on the European map. associations – so there is something
church, Vor Frue
Kalundborg’s Industrial Symbiosis
Kirke (The Church
cooperation is known throughout the We offer high quality cultural
of Our Lady),
world. Industrial companies reduce experiences for children.
included on the
their strain on the environment and
Read more here: CO2 emissions by using each other’s Denmark’s only Santa run for the
www.kalundborg.dk waste products. whole family.
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autoMobile MuseuM seJerø MuseuM and Culture House
Denmark’s largest automobile Permanent Sejerø exhibition and
museum. An experience from an grocery store museum.
age when you could see your reflec- Open June–September.
tion in the chrome and bodywork. seJerø købMandsHandels
MuseuM & kulturHus
by the village pond, Sejerbyvej 7
Sæbyvej 48, DK-4270 Høng
Tel. +45 58 80 03 60
Tel. +45 59 59 02 44, Lene J Poulsen
birkegårdens Haver (gardens)
løve Mølle kartingraCe (go-Cart)
a day out to remember for all the family.
Dutch gallery windmill built in Zealand’s oldest and cheapest
The gardens contain several new features for
1881. Working museum. Opening hours: From 9 April Gokart track at Svebølle. The go-
children, including Tumlegården and Børnegår- to 27 Sep. 10am-6pm.
Open to tourists in the summer kart track in Løgtved is the place
den. Tumlegården is a large indoor playground Christmas opening:
season (1 June–31 August) every Saturdays and Sundays for people with petrol in their
with an array of playground equipment. Bør- from 21 Nov. to 20 Dec.
Tuesday and Thursday 1pm–4pm, veins. Find out who is fastest!
negården is a wooden farmyard with miniature 2pm-7pm 14-19.
and Tuesdays and Thursdays during Admission: Adults DKK 80. In the old gravel pit, everyone
animals for young children. Pensioners DKK 70.
the autumn half-term holiday, or can join in. We have crash hel-
For the children, there are also two other play- Children DKK 20.
by appointment. In spite of its Season ticket DKK 160. mets and racing suits, and safety
grounds, pathfinder tasks, crazy golf and lots of Admission at Christmas:
age, the mill is fully operational – Adults DKK 50.
bueruP Clog MuseuM art & Crafts is given high priority.
cuddly animals such a Tarzan the stag, Jane the
weather permitting. Children DKK 20. Visit an exciting specialist store • Electronic timing
fallow deer and the alpaca, Valdemar. Summer season: See how a clog is made according
The many workings of the mill can One free child per adult! in a scenic location overlooking • All types of race
Birkegårdens Haver has nine beautiful garden to traditional methods – from the
be studied on several floors. the fjord. • Karts for children and adults
sections e.g. the Danish/English have, Japanese- birkegårdens Haver raw log to the finished clog.
Tågerupvej 4, Tågerup kartingraCe (go-Cart)
løve Mølle inspired garden, prairie garden, monastery garden 4291 Ruds Vedby bueruP træskoMuseuM keraMikstuen
Knudstrupvej 6A, Løve, DK-4270 Høng and artists’ garden. Tel: +45 58 26 00 42 Buerupvej 20 Sandlodsvej 63
Guided tours can be arranged all year by Shop +45 58 26 01 41 DK-4450 Jyderup DK-4400 Kalundborg
There is also a large café, Klokkeblomst, and the Tel. +45 59 29 46 09
calling tel. +45 58 86 80 94 email@example.com Tel. +45 58 25 01 50 Tel. +45 59 50 87 19
www.loevemoelle.dk shop, Liljen. www.birkegaardens-haver.dk www.traeskomuseum.dk www.keramikstuen.dk
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tower at Tissø, indoor picnic
Bakkendrupvej 28, 4480 St. Fuglede
loCH ness tHe veteran train
gørlev–slagelse NYHED buggy biler Er duHED
Loch Ness is a paradise for visitors Veteranbiler – med pladdergaranti. til
– med dyt i. Turen foregår stands 4hjulet motorsjov og fart på grus
of all ages. Countless rare species The 100-year-old steam loco- mæssigt i ægte veteranstil. banen, byder vi de større børn og Krybskyttens ø
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year round. There are picnic tables, the delightful summer countryside den åbne prærie og hilser på falken, så kom ud på krybskyttens ø.
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– med ekstra langt sus. Den populære
lommen kan du automatisk aktivere findes fortsat i vores western by, men
means bring a picnic basket and at www.vsvt.dk or ask at the local Kast dig i sadlen og drag ud i
ekstra overraskelser på nu med placering i
aktivitet forlænger racerturen på den
vildmarken med en ladt seksløber udvidede bane, så du kan få ekstra
coffee and enjoy it as you commu- tourist offices. som eneste ven.
din vej rundt i parken. nye omgivelser.
heftig fart på.
ne with nature and the delightful
veteran train ride
singing of the birds. gørlev–Høng–slagelse
Station in all three towns
loCH ness www.vsvt.dk
Loch Ness 6
Gl. Nykøbingvej 169 · 4500 Nykøbing Sj. · Tlf. 59 31 21 00
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A fruit orchard and farm shop where
you can buy the season’s fruit and
The welfare of our customers is
important to us, so we limit the use
of pesticides as much as possible
without affecting our produce.
MuseuM of Country life at reersø MuseuM We are open all year from 8am to
birkendegård 6pm, though with self-service at
Reersø Museum is an old, half-tim-
certain times of the day.
Developments within farming are bered copyhold farm building from
reflected through a collection of the end of the 18th century. HelsingeHus frugtPlantage
agricultural tools and equipment. Vinde Helsingevej 45
landboMuseet På birkendegård Tel. +45 58 85 92 25
Eskebjergvej 103, DK-4400 Kalundborg www.helsingehus-frugtplantage.dk
Tel. +45 58 85 90 40
Tel. +45 59 50 00 17
denMark’s Most sCeniCally
loCated farM sHoP
In the heart of the scenic Asnæs
Off on an peninsula is the large, orga-
nic farm, Mineslund. The farm
Oplev oldeforældrenes tid – is always open to visitors and
Find out what life før mobiltelefon,
og deltag i livetwas like for your great inside the farm’s beautiful stone
grandparents – and experience life before
the mobile phone, gjorde deres indtog.
Internet og TV the Internet and TV. buildings is an organic butcher’s
Andelslandsbyen Nyvang er et
Andelslandsbyen Nyvang (the cooperative agriCultural MuseuM fløJgården kalundborg MuseuM shop. Combine a fabulous trip to
village) is an historic activity
historisk is never enough andcentre – here
oplevelsescenter, hvor fem the countryside with a visit to a
you will look forward to – og again!
timer altid er for lidtvisitinghvor du Over 2,000 pieces of equipment Lindegården, the former merchant’s
farm and buy dinner at the farm’s
glæder dig til at komme igen. and machinery, from horse-drawn house and mayor’s residence,
implements and handtools, to an is the setting for the museum’s
Oldvejen 25, 4300 Holbæk old country kitchen. collections. Mineslund
Tlf. 59 43 40 30 Asnæs Skovvej 52
landbrugsMuseet fløJgården kalundborg MuseuM
www.andelslandsbyen.dk Dalbyvej 66
Adelgade 23, DK-4400 Kalundborg
Tel. +45 59 51 21 41
Tel. +45 59 56 45 65
Tel. +45 58 85 92 96 www.kalmus.dk
Høng Centret… CustoMers are siMPly HaPPier Here
Buketten 30 exciting shops with everything from specialist stores to a pharmacy and
supermarkets. The entire centre is under cover, so you can shop, sheltered
DK Spillehal from the wind and rain, and in the shade during the summer months.
Nordea Bank Danmark A/S sHoPPing in tHe old Market toWn of
Trine; Fashion and childrens clothes
There is also a café at the shopping centre, known for its good and kalundborg
Kop & Kande reasonably-priced food and coffee.
Kalundborg Folkeblad Kalundborg has it own unique charm as a place to shop. The
Sjællandske Outside the centre, there are plenty of free parking spaces.
Mægler Mortensen ApS shopping streets are centrally located in relation to the old town
Sparekassen Sjælland All of the parking spaces are within close proximity of the shops, in fact
– the sea and spacious green areas are directly adjacent to the
Skold Burne they couldn’t be any closer.
Bedste’s Pølser main street in Kordilgade.
Kramer All Over
Welcome to Høng Centret where good service comes first.
Netto Some 100 specialist shops stand side-by-side in the relatively
Hair By Sisters small town centre, where everything is within walking distance.
Aldi Next to the pedestrianised shopping streets is the exciting
Ugebladet Høng Centret
shopping centre and a number of major supermarket chains.
Lena Sko 4270 Høng On Klostertorvet square, right next to the heart of the town,
Center Pub’en there is often an open market on Saturday mornings, where you
always stand to make a good find in all price ranges or find the
season’s local produce.
If you need a break, you have plenty of options open to you at
one of the town’s many cafés. Welcome to shopping in the town
of Kalundborg. The commercial town with five-spired service!
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MyreHøJ b&b rHodos Café & Pizzeria
Beautifully restored four-winged The restaurant is situated in Ka-
farm with 14 separate rooms. lundborg’s pedestrianised shopping
Overnight accommodation for street. We server all manner of
approx. 34 people. pizza specialities. saltbæk CaMPing
MyreHøJ bed & breakfast rHodos Café, Pizzeria & kebab Just tHat bit More
Vilhelmshøjvej 1, DK-4593 Eskebjerg Skibbrogade 53 HoMely…
Tel. +45 59 29 00 26 DK-4400 Kalundborg
www.myrehoj.dk Tel. +45 59 51 11 18
An oasis in West Zealand surroun-
ded by a protected area of natural
We are just 5 mins. from Kalund-
borg town centre and 5 mins. from
Sejerø Bugten bay.
We offer a lovely, cosy site with a
Havnsø ny badeHotel
large playground and two bouncy
A delightful hotel situated at Sejerøbugten bay cushions.
in the little port with a marina and ferries to As always, our sanitary building is
Sejerø and scenic Nekselø. kept in a tip-top condition.
Café bogart strandlyst bed & breakfast Example: 1 week in own caravan/
Within walking distance of the hotel is the
tent, incl. 5 people only DKK
protected area of natural beauty, Vesterlyng, Havnsø Ny Badehotel Café in the pedestrianised With a view of Kalundborg harbour.
with the most lovely of beaches. havnsoeNyBadehotel.indd 1 19/02/09 8:50:50
shopping street in Kalundborg Beautiful house witch is preserved Visit www.kalundborg-camping.dk for more
Havnevej 3 town centre. in the original old style. information
Modern hotel in a relaxed atmosphere. Rooms Havnsø
strandlyst bed & breakfast saltbæk CaMPing
with ensuite shower, toilet, TV, minibar and DK 4591 Føllenslev
Café bogart Havnevej 10 Saltbæk Camping
tel.: +45 59 26 94 00
wireless network. Restaurant, meeting rooms Kordilgade 17 DK-4400 Kalundborg Saltbækvej 88
DK-4400 Kalundborg Tel. +45 21 42 32 53 4400 Kalundborg
and function suites with sea view. mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel. +45 59 51 00 57 www.sov-smukt.dk Tel. +45 59 50 21 67
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5-star hostel. Close to the water
and not far from the town. Rooms
with own bathroom and toilet.
Shared kitchen with outdoor
Store naturoplevelser Opvarmet swimmingpool
danHostel kalundborg vandrerHJeM
Stadion Allé 5, DK-4400 Kalundborg
Tel. +45 59 56 13 66
food & Wine in HarMony
At our restaurant, we offer exciting Dyrefold Luksushytter udlejes hele året
à la carte dishes and put together a Ny Adventure Golf Bane
different seasonal menu every month.
Our dishes are prepared with respect
for the Danish palette, but we cannot
entirely turn our backs on the inspira-
tion from France and Italy.
Tid til dig og din familie...
Nowhere else will you find such cosy En ferie med nærvær, samvær og atmosfære ved Vesterlyng, Sjællands
største kysthede og en af Danmarks 10 superstrande.
and relaxed surroundings, where you
can enjoy spending time with your restaurant gisseløre Time for you and your family ...
Julia and Morten Thorsfelt A quality holiday filled with enjoyment and atmosphere along Vesterlyng,
guests. The view alone is worth a Radiovej 2 one of Zealand´s major coastal plain areas aligning one of Denmarks ten
visit... DK-4400 Kalundborg super beaches.
Tel. +45 59 51 07 45
www.Gourmetmad.dk Zeit für dich und deine Familie...
The restaurant is open every day from 1.3 to 23.12 Urlaub im besten Sinne des Wortes mit naturnaher Atmosphäre, bei
The kitchen is open from 12 noon–3.30pm & Vesterlyng, Seelands größter Heide, direkt an der Küste und mit einem der
5.30pm–10pm 10 ausgewählten Superstrände Dänemarks.
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One of Denmark’s most attractive inns.
Skipperkroen is situated in a peaceful and
relaxed environment with nature, child-
friendly beaches and the small marina right
on its doorstep.
Overnight accommodation in the modern
rooms at the inn with shower, colour TV,
A holiday where you set the place. radio or in holiday homes on the harbour
Sea view from almost all pitches. quayside.
Own delightful beach. A mere 75 m from a delightful beach.
urHøJ CaMPing Holiday apartment of 140 m². Sleeps 7.
4480 St. Fuglede
Tel. +45 5959 7200
The oldest and most beautiful inn
in West Zealand – genuine histori-
cal inn idyll.
The inn is known for its cosy low-
ceilinged rooms with scriptures on
the beams and covered courtyard.
The inn’s kitchen is known for its
superb fish dishes. reersø kro HolMeHuset
Strandvejen 46, Reersø
DK-4281 Gørlev Homely Bed Bed & Breakfast.
Tel. +45 58 85 90 22
www.reersoekro.dk Peace and quiet. Good walks to
fields, meadows, through woods skiPPerkroen
and around lakes. DK-4200 Slagelse
Tel. +45 58 86 45 00
HolMeHuset bed & breakfast
Kåstrup Holmevej 23, 4400 Kalundborg
Tel. +45 59 50 74 52
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Holiday Cottage rental in and around
seJerø · Havnsø · røsnæs · bJerge strand
If you wish to spend your holiday surrounded by fantastic
scenery, centrally located in Denmark, the Great Belt Coast
is just what you’re looking for. Within a short distance of le soleil røsnæs Hotel
a number of the large attractions on Zealand as well as in
The town’s cosiest café, for Restaurant with sea view. Lovely
children too. Wide selection of seaside hotel with the most scenic
Our many delightful holiday cottages are situated close to healthy and delicious lunch dishes. location in the town.
the water and the varied coastline allows you to choose the Café le soleil røsnæs Hotel & kursusCenter
holiday cottage that best suits your family. Kordilgade 29 Klintedalsvej 60
DK-4400 Kalundborg DK-4400 Kalundborg
Tel. +45 59 52 32 30 Tel. +45 59 50 80 67
Our free holiday cottage brochure is available on request or www.lesoleil.dk www.roesnaes.dk
find all the houses at www.feriepartner-kalundborg.dk
Tel. +45 59 51 09 15
7 days’ self-catering in a holiday
apartment - max. 4 people - for
DKK 4,800 a week.
Postgaarden reersø Or treat yourselves to 3 days in a
double room incl. breakfast and
10 double rooms in the
dinner from DKK 975 per person.
idyllic village of Reersø, with a
Postgaarden reersø Kragerupgårdsvej 33, 4291 Ruds Vedby
Strandvejen 45 Tel. +45 58 26 12 50
DK-4281 Gørlev email@example.com
VISITkalundborg.DK Tel. +45 58 85 91 18
useful nuMbers and addresses useful nuMbers and addresses
eMergenCy libraries veterinary surgeons Havnsø og nekselø Havnekontor Postbutik, Kalundborg syd taxis
Call 112 Havnepladsen 1, 4591 Føllenslev Slagelsevej 147.
www.kalundborg-bib.dk degnedyrlægen, kalundborg taxa
Tel. +45 5 926 93 81
Degnehuset 17, 4450 Jyderup Vestre Havneplads 3, 4400 Kalundborg
eskebjerg bibliotek Postbutik, Raklev
Tel. +45 58 85 22 33 Tel. +45 59 51 51 51
PHarMaCies etC. Eskebjergvej 67, 4593 Eskebjerg røsnæs Havn Gl. Nyrupvej 1, 4400 Kalundborg
tel +45 59 29 12 07 Nybuvej 100, 4400 Kalundborg
kalundborg svane apotek gørlev dyreklinik, asger’s taxi
firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. +45 59 53 40 00 reersø Postbutik
Lindegade 2, 4400 Kalundborg Ulstrupvej 21, 4281 Gørlev Slagelsevej 34, 4270 Høng
Strandvejen 79, 4281 Gørlev
(From summer Elmegade 2) Tel. +45 58 85 54 99 Tel. +45 58 85 21 98
gørlev bibliotek kalundborg lystbådehavn
Tel. +45 59 51 00 05
Algade 35, 4281 Gørlev Baltic Plads, 4400 Kalundborg rørby Postbutik
kalundborg dyreklinik, Høng taxi
Tel. +45 59 53 50 30 Tel. +45 59 53 40 00 Gl. Rørbyvej 2, Rørby, 4400 Kalundborg
Høng apotek Bredgade 47, 4400 Kalundborg Slagelsevej 53, 4270 Høng
Centervej 35, 4270 Høng Tel. +45 59 55 23 23 Tel. +45 58 85 24 47
reersø Havn sejerø Postbutik
Tel. +45 58 85 22 94
ubby bibliotek Strandvejen 101, 4281 Gørlev Sejerbyvej 39, 4592 Sejerø
sct. Jørgensbjerg dyreklinik, Hvidebæk taxi
Hovedgaden 19, 4490 Jerslev Sjælland Tel. +45 40 41 24 09
gørlev apotek, filial af Høng apotek Sct. Jørgensbjerg 27, 4400 Kalundborg Holmen 8, 4400 kalundborg
Tel. +45 59 59 50 04 svebølle Postbutik
Algade 29, 4281 Gørlev Tel. +45 59 56 57 57 Tel. +45 59 59 82 40
Hvbk_bibliotek@kalundborg.dk Mullerup Havn Stationsvej 21, 4470 Svebølle
Tel. +45 58 85 50 46
Mullerup Strandvej 19, 4200 Slagelse
snertinge dyrehospital, franks taxi
Høng bibliotek Tel. +45 58 85 86 75
ubby Medicine Collection Point Slagelsevej 1, 4460 Snertinge Vandværksvej 11, 4281 Gørlev
Odinsvej 27, 4270 Høng eMergenCy serviCes
(from Høng Apotek) SuperBrugsen, Tel. +45 59 26 80 76 Tel. +45 58 85 60 80
Tel. +45 58 85 26 10
Torvet 3, Ubby, 4490 Jerslev Sj. falck danmark a/s,
Tel. +45 59 59 50 29 Stejlhøj 9, 4400 Kalundborg and trains / buses
ferries During the day: Contact the local tourist office. Kalundborgvej 15, 4460 Snertinge
kalundborg bibliotek Banegårdspladsen 2, 4400 Kalundborg
snertinge sale of over the counter medicines Duty doctor: Switchboard: Tel. +45 70 10 20 31
Volden 2, 4400 Kalundborg Mols-linien, Jernbanevej 13, 4470 Svebølle
(from Jyderup Apotek) Monday – Friday: at 16-08 and email@example.com
Tel. +45 59 51 04 00 Østre Havnevej 6, 4400 Kalundborg Tel. +45 70 13 14 15
Dagli’Brugsen, Kalundborgvej 24, Saturday - Sunday: all day www.falck.dk
firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. +45 70 10 14 18 www.dsb.dk
4460 Snertinge Tel. +45 70 42 44 00 or Tel. +45 70 15 07 00
Tel. +45 59 26 80 23
Sejerø Plejehjem, Mastrupvej 18, 4592 Sejerø Tel. samsø linien,
svebølle Pharmacy sales PoliCe
+45 59 59 02 93 email@example.com Vestre Havneplads, 4400 Kalundborg kayaking, canoeing, tennis, badminton, tourist inforMation
(from Jyderup Apotek)
Tel. +45 70 10 17 44 surfing, petanque, crazy golf, diving
Centret 4 E, 4470 Svebølle Direct Tel. 114 gørlev turistbureau
firstname.lastname@example.org – contact the local turist office.
Tel. +45 59 29 40 00 +45 46 35 14 48 Algade 14, 4281 Gørlev
Gørlev landpolitiet Tel. +45 58 85 55 59
Havnsø sale of over the counter medicines kino – den blå engel Tel. 58 85 63 02 / 40 87 51 24 email@example.com
sejerøfærgen, Røsnæsvej 225, 4400 Kalundborg
(from Jyderup Apotek) Vænget 4, 4400 Kalundborg www.visitkalundborg.dk
Havnsø Havn Tel. +45 59 50 13 85
Spar, Havnevej 8, Tel. +45 59 51 16 50
Tel. +45 59 59 00 18/ +45 30 53 32 18 firstname.lastname@example.org
4591 Føllenslev PostoffiCes Havnsø turistinformation
mobil +45 51 21 30 64 www.kalundborg-golf.dk
Tel. +45 59 26 90 02 Switchboard: Tel. +45 80 20 70 30 Havnevej 3, Havnsø, 4591 Føllenslev
CyCle Hire Tel. +45 59 26 94 00
www.faergevest.dk sejerø golfbane
sejerø sale of over the counter medicines gørlev Cykler eskebjerg Postbutik Mastrupvej 47, 4592 Sejerø
(from Jyderup Apotek) Kirkevangen 10, 4281 Gørlev Eskebjergvej 67, 4593 Eskebjerg visit kalundborg
nekseløfærgen, Tel. +45 59 59 04 20
Sejerø Brugs, Tel. +45 58 85 52 65 Klosterparkvej 7. st. tv, 4400 Kalundborg
Havnsø Havn www.sejero-golfbane.dk
Sejerbyvej 39, gørlev Postbutik Tel. +45 59 51 09 15
Tel. +45 59 59 00 18
4592 Sejerø søren Mortensen (in Rema 1000 supermarket) email@example.com
mobil +45 51 21 30 64 riding
Tel. +45 59 59 00 24 Tinggårdsvej 2, 4592 Sejerø Algade 31, 4281 Gørlev www.visitkalundborg.dk
firstname.lastname@example.org roved Horsemanship
Tel. +45 59 59 02 91 www.faergevest.dk Flinterup Mark 8, 4480 St. Fuglede
eskebjerg Medicin Collection Point Høng Postbutik Tel. +45 59 59 80 85
(from Jyderup Apotek) reersø Camping Centervej 13, 4270 Høng
Kiosken, Eskebjergvej 40, Skansevej 2, 4281 Gørlev Marinas
4593 Eskebjerg Tel. +45 58 85 90 30 Jerslev sjælland Postbutik HosPital
Tel. +45 59 29 10 58 sejerø Havn
Torvet 3, Ubby, 4490 Jerslev Sjælland
Brovej 33, 4592 Sejerø kalundborg sygehus
Tel. +45 59 59 03 79 Nørre Allé 27, 4400 Kalundborg
Skibbrogade 52, 4400 Kalundborg kalundborg Posthus
Tel. +45 59 51 76 31 Elmegade 11E, 4400 Kalundborg tel +45 59 57 10 01
ferries tourist offiCes · attraCtions
numbers refer to the maps Past MeMories
on page 64-67
OPLEV MERE 16 Runesten i Gørlev Kirke
Kirkevangen 14A, DK-4281 Gørlev
Klosterparkvej 7, DK- 4400 Kalundborg 17 Ruinpark i Kalundborg
tel. +45 59 51 09 15 attraCtions DK-4400 Kalundborg
email@example.com 1 Birkegårdens Haver 18 Rævehøj bronzealderhøj
Tågerupvej 4, Tågerup, DK-4291 Ruds Vedby Dalby, DK-4281 Gørlev
2. January – 14. june 2 Kragerup Gods 19 Mullerup Stenene
Monday-Friday at 10-16, Saturday at 10-13 Kragerupgårdsvej 33, DK-4291 Ruds Vedby Stenmosevej, DK-4270 Høng
15. june – 31. August
Monday-Friday at 10-16.30, Saturday at 10-15 3 Kalundborg Museum 20 Gubbestenen
1. September – 28. December Adelgade 23, DK-4400 Kalundborg Klovby, DK-4490 Jerslev Sjælland
Monday-Friday at 10-16, Saturday at 10-13
4 Landbrugsmuseet Fløjgården 21 Besøgscenter Fugledegård
Dalbyvej 66, DK-4281 Gørlev Bakkendrupvej 28, DK-4480 St.Fuglede
5 Løve Mølle
Knudstrupvej 6A, Løve, DK-4270 Høng nature
gørlev turistbureau 6 Ulstrup Mølle
Algade 14, DK-4281 Gørlev 22 Reersø-særpræget natur
Røsnæsvej 365, Ulstrup, DK-4400 Kalundborg
www.nordic-ferry.com tel. +45 58 85 55 59 Reersø, DK-4281 Gørlev
www.visitkalundborg.dk 7 Reersø Museum
firstname.lastname@example.org 23 Røsnæs
Skansevej 4, Reersø, DK-4281 Gørlev Røsnæs, DK-4400 Kalundborg
Opening hour: 8 Vor Frue Kirke
1. May – 15. June 24 Nekselø naturområde
Adelgade, DK-4400 Kalundborg Nekselø, DK-4591 Føllenslev
Monday-Thursday at 9-14
16. June– 31. August 9 Sæby Kirke, Kalkmalerier
Monday-Thursday at 9-16, 25 Tissø, Danmarks 4. største sø
Sæbyvej 50A, DK-4270 Høng Sæby, DK-4270 Høng
Friday closed, Saturday at 9-15
1. – 30. September 10 Buerup Træskomuseum
Monday-Thursday at 9-14 26 Eskebjerg Vesterlyng kysthede
Buerupvej 20, Buerup, DK-4450 Jyderup Lyngvej, DK-4593 Eskebjerg
11 Vestsjællands Bilmuseum 27 Loch Ness
Sæbyvej 48, Sæby, DK-4270 Høng Loch Ness 6, DK-4400 Kalundborg
12 Slagelse-Høng-Gørlev Veteranbane 28 Bjergsted Bakker
Havnsø ny badeHotel Jernbanevej, DK-4270 Høng, DK-4281 Gørlev
Havnevej 3,DK-4591 Føllenslev DK-4470 Svebølle
island exPerienCes aHead Tel. +45 59 26 94 00 13 Landbomuseet Birkendegård
www.visitkalundborg.dk 29 Åmosen-naturområde
Eskebjergvej 103, DK-4400 Kalundborg v/Halleby Å, DK-4295 Stenlille
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your packed lunch with the sea- 14 Sejerø Kulturhus og Købmandsmuseum
Opening hour: Sejerbyvej 7, Sejerby, DK-4592 Sejerø
gulls. Many departures to Sejerø daily throughout the year
15 Vikingeborgen Trelleborg
and Nekselø every day. Trelleborg Allé 4, Hejninge, DK-4200 Slagelse
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Udgivet af: Visit Kalundborg. Udgivet uden ansvar for fejl, mangler og ændringer. Oplag: 40.000. Fotografer: Kurt Johansen, Søren Harding, John Larsen, Jens Nielsen,
Brovej 22, DK-4592 Sejerø
Birthe Maltha Petersen, Lise Mortensen Høy, Bo Falck Hansen, Sabine Schostag, Nono, Palle Laursen, Søren Nancke, Søren Harding, Benny Staal, Helle Nielsen. Tekst:
Tel. +45 59 59 00 18 / +45 58 19 53 11
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Slip rattet og slap af
Lassen Sie das Steuer los und lehnen Sie sich zurück
Take your hands off the wheel and relax
Ta’ en pause undervejs og stræk benene. Nyd havudsigten og et lækkert måltid.
Færgerne sejler over Kattegat fra morgen til aften, så der er altid en afgang,
som passer til familiens rejseplaner.
Gönnen Sie sich eine Erholungspause. Genießen Sie den Meeresblick und
ein schmackhaftes Essen. Die Fähren überqueren den Kattegat von morgens
bis abends, und die Familie findet somit immer eine passende Abfahrt.
Take a break and stretch your legs. Enjoy the sea views and a delicious meal.
Ferries sail across the Kattegat from morning till night, so you will always
ca. 45 min. find a crossing to suit your family’s travel plans.
ca. 65 min.
ca. 2 t. 40 min.
www.mols-linien.dk +45 70 10 14 18