Bornholm is an island that belongs to the Denmark territory but is closer to Germany, Poland, and Sweden. Its location in the middle of the Baltic makes it a holiday destination that is relatively unknown to the rest of the world. The island boasts of sandy beaches, untouched forests, and fascinating rock formations that tourists can explore to their hearts’ content.
Beach bumming is one of the best things to do in Bornholm, as the beaches are not too crowded and have a laid-back and relaxed atmosphere. In Hullehavn, one of the smaller and more secluded beaches in Bornholm, you can camp right along the beach for a truly romantic night.
If you want to find other camping destinations in the island, just consult your tour operator or ask the locals about the best campsite around Bornholm.
There are also a number of golf courses in the area if you want to enjoy the island at a leisurely pace.
You can also visit a host of cultural attractions like the Bornholms Kunstmuseum, the biggest art museum in the island, and Svaneke, one of the best preserved towns in the island where you can immerse in the rich culture of the island’s locals.
In Bornholm, the summer season is sunny and mild while the winter season is cold and often freezing. Average temperatures throughout the year range from an average low of -2.4 °C (27.7 °F) in February to an average high of 19.7 °C (67.5 °F) in August. Rainfall is spread evenly throughout the year and the winter season can be quite snowy.
The Bornholm Airport services flights to and from Copenhagen, Oslo, Mallorca, and Berlin. Planes and ferries usually operate only in the summer and early autumn seasons, so plan your holiday accordingly.
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