Denmark is made up of 444 islands. That’s right – one island for every day of the year, and then 79 more after that. It’s a great destination if you enjoy island-hopping: from the Fyn archipelago to culinary hot-spot Bornholm, and the eco-orientated island of Samsø, there are plenty to choose from. You can even combine island hopping and cycling on a tour of Denmark – our ferries happily offer space for cyclists, and our interconnecting bridges have bike lanes too.
Our three largest islands, and perhaps the best known, are Bornholm, Zealand (or Seeland) and Funen.
Did you know that you can island hop in Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen? It’s just one of a number of sustainability projects ongoing in the harbour that bring new life to our waterfront areas.
Get a few tips of about the life on an island hopper in Denmark by flipping through these pics from fellow island fans.