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An adventure golf course formed like Bornholm.

We love Bornholm, the great and Unique nature of the Island, its exciting stories and the whole atmosphere.
Bornholm has much to offer, and we would like to inspire turists and the people of Bornholm, to go explore the amazing island.
We have choosen our favurite places, which we present in our park.

Follow the route and go explore Bornholm.

  • Rønne Harbour has always served as the gateway to the island of Bornholm. For the people who come sailing to the island, nothing is more memorable than the sight of the entrance to Rønne Harbour with the tower of St. Nicolai Church in the background. The city has a rich commercial life all year round. With its many distinctive red-tiled roofs and approximately 14.000 inhabitants, it is largest city on Bornholm.
  • The round church in Nyker is the smallest among the four round churches on Bornholm. The Church went by the name of "Allehelgens Kirke, Ecclesia Omnium Sanctorum", throughout the middle ages. In the middle of the 16th century, the church was renamed "Nykirke".
  • The pieces of granite at this track are Hammergranite and bedrock from Østerlars. The large stones with tracks are quarried from Hammeren, and were in the late 1800's used at the same location to carry the transport rails from the granite quarry. The quarried granite was then transported to Hammerhavn and shipped to Copenhagen.
  • Jons Kapel, or the “Chapel of Jon”, is a 40-metre-high constellation of rocks between Hasle and Vang. An old legend says that the monk "Jon", who christened the seafarers and locals, lived here. He preached from a peak that resembles a soapbox. Today, 122 steps lead you down to the foot of the beautiful rocks.
  • On the northern part of Bornholm, you will find the most prominent tourist attraction of the island: The castle ruins of Hammershus, located on Hammerknuden. Hammerknuden contains the largest mountain lake in Denmark: Langebjerg, which legend claims to be the home of naughty troll Krøllebølle. Here you will also find footpaths extending over Hammersholm, with three locations featuring a beautiful view, and places to rest. The path, passing through a magnificent and varied cultural and natural landscape, connects the area of Folkemødet in Allinge-Sandvig and Hammershus. The many rock carvings are unique to the area.
  • Døndalen is a rift valley. In the bottom of the valley runs Døndaleåen (The Stream of Døndalen), and here you will find Døndalsfaldet (The Døndal Waterfall). With a drop of up to 20 metres, it is the largest waterfall in Denmark. By the northwestern side of Døndalen, you will find a 20-metre-high rock wall, with the vantage point Amtmandsstenen on its top. An ancient legend claims that we sacrificed animals and humans to the gods by throwing them out from Amtmandsstenen.
  • Christiansø is a small Danish island located in the Baltic Sea, 18 km northeast from Bornholm. It is the largest of the islands in the Ertholmene island group, and one of the only two islands that are inhabited. Christian the 4th founded Christiansø fortress, and thereby the world's first naval base. There is daily ferry traffic from Gudhjem to Ertholmene and Christiansø.The area of Christiansø measures 0.22 km², and 0.38 km² if you include the neighbouring islands Græsholm and Frederiksø. At 22 metres above sea level, Møllebakken on Christiansø is the highest point on any of the islands. Ertholmene is the most eastern point of Denmark.
  • The largest ski resort in Denmark has a breathtaking view of the Baltic Sea. Get to the top of the hill quickly using the only alpine platter lift in Denmark, imported directly from an Austrian ski resort. 112 metres above sea level, Skibakken's two forest slopes begin. Below the two slopes, you will find a third, easy, slope for beginners. The ski resort has both a piste basher and a snow cannon, so as long as it is cold enough, the slopes will always be ready – just like at the large ski resorts abroad.
  • Rytterknægten, in the middle of Almindingen, is the highest point on Bornholm, and the third-highest point in Denmark. In 1856, a lookout tower was built in honour of King Frederik VII, who visited the island. Rytterknægten rises 162 metres above sea level, and from the top of the lookout tower "Kongemindet", you are able to go further 22 metres up, to observe a spectacular view, especially over the southern parts of Bornholm.
  • Ekkodalen on Bornholm is the longest rift valley in Denmark. It runs over the course of 12 km from Vallensgård Mose, through Almindingen, and further through Flæskedal, Kløvedal and Kelseådal to Saltuna on the northeastern coast of Bornholm.Ekkodalen was originally called “Kodalen”, since farmers in 1658 were allowed to feed their cattle as much grass as they wanted in that area. The first time that the name “Ekkodalen” (Meaning “Echo Valley”) appeared on a map, was in 1746, where someone added “EC” before Kodalen. Thus, Kodalen became Eckodalen. Others claim that it was the first forester, who came up with the name, due to the echo caused by the formations of the rock wall.
  • Spanning 6,000 hectares (50 km²), Almindingen is the fifth-largest forest in Denmark. The forest was planted at the beginning of the 1800’s, under the leadership of forester Hans Rømer.In 2012, seven European bisons were placed in an enclosure in the middle of the forest. For the first time in 2500 years, the heaviest land mammals of Europe could be found in Denmark.You are also able to see the remains of the fortress Gamleborg that was built in the Viking-Age or even earlier. Not far from Gamleborg, you will find its medieval replacement Lilleborg.
  • Randkløve Skår is a rock cleft, located on the rugged rocky-bound coast between Gudhjem and Svaneke. (Between Saltuna and Ypnasted to be exact) The 50-metre-long, up to 5-metre-wide, and 12-16-metre-deep cleft, is one of the most beautiful natural attractions on Bornholm.
  • Roughly 3.5 km east of Østermarie, you will find the second-largest collection of monoliths on Bornholm. The approximately 50 stones are scattered among the trees, in this beautiful grove. A study on Louisenlund has never been conducted, so no one is really quite sure, why the stones were raised in the first place!During a visit to the island in 1851, King Frederik VII bought the land and named the place after Countess Danner (Louise Rasmussen)
  • Located on Bornholm are approximately 800 rocking stones, of which 175 are named. The largest rocking stone can be found in Paradisbakkerne. The stone is a 35-tonne-heavy rock that came to the island of Bornholm, along with other boulders during the last ice age.
  • Near Rispebjerg is a larger archaeological installation, dating back to ancient times. Here are the remains of an approximately 5,000-year-old sun temple, a couple of sunstones, and the remnants of a ring-castle from the Iron Age. The area has also presented us with the largest finds of flint tools and victims of weapons in Denmark. Parts of the sun temple at Rispebjerg have been reconstructed on site, and was opened by Queen Margrethe II on the 10th of October 2009. Eight years earlier, she had taken part in the excavations.
  • At the southern tip of Bornholm, we find Duedodde. The sand at Dueodde is said to be the finest in Europe. The grains in the sand are so small and pure that they have been used for making hourglasses and writing ink among other things. Dueodde is a world-class beach.
  • Near Slusegård, an engineer from Bornholm marked "Mødestedet", where the 55 ° North latitude and 15º East longitude intersect. Between the dunes, close to the beach, you can visit a little plant, consisting of a stone and a piece of red hammer-granite. Furthermore, there is an exciting and rare flora, and in the shale layers beneath the stream, several fossils have been found
  • The airport is located 5 km from Rønne, and is the only airport in Denmark to be run by the government. The airport was consecrated on the 16th of November 1940, and was named: “Bornholms Lufthavn”. There was only one daily flight to Copenhagen available. In 1941, the first airport building was finished, and 20 years later, in 1961, the first real terminal building was taken into use. The current terminal building is from 1982, while the control tower is from 1977.In 1947, the government took over the airport, which at the same time changed its name to “Rønne Airport”. In 1992, it got renamed once again, this time to the current: “Bornholm Airport.”Today, the airport has multiple daily take-offs to Copenhagen, as well as other destinations - both domestic and foreign - with a record of 284.802 passengers in 2016.