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Spodsbjerg Lighthouse

Spodsbjerg Lighthouse is located in a partially protected area with steep coastal slopes and hilly regions. From Spodsbjerg, there is a magnificent view over the Kattegat towards Hesselø.

A unique spot in Halsnæs and worth a visit for everyone who stays in the area.

Spodsbjerg is an approximately 30-meter high moraine cliff on the coastline between Hundested and Kikhavn. Take a walk by Spodsbjerg and get both beautiful nature and cultural experiences. The current lighthouse was established in 1907, but there has been a lighthouse on the spot since 1865. Spodsbjerg Lighthouse can only be seen from the outside.

Knud Rasmussen's House and Memorial Cairn:

Near the lighthouse is Knud Rasmussen's House and the memorial cairn for Knud Rasmussen. The polar explorer Knud Rasmussen lived and worked between his many long expeditions in Greenland. The house is open from Easter to week 42. Tuesday-Sunday at 11-16.00 and Wednesdays until 8 pm. Admission DKK 60.-