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Ferries to Bornholm

Compare ferries to Bornholm on the following routes:

  • Koge to Ronne
  • Sassnitz to Ronne
  • Ystad to Ronne

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More About Bornholm

Bornholm is a small Danish island located in the Baltic Sea between Denmark, Sweden, Poland and Germany.

Its strategic location meant that it has always been a bone of contention for all the surrounding countries.

Bornholm is an island with spectacular views and a wealth of attractions.

Bornholm was invaded various times by Swedish and German forces and the impact of these invasions can still be seen on the island. Despite this, the island with its long tradition of tourism has a pleasant ambience everywhere.

Bornholm is blessed with a wealth of natural beauty and attractions throughout the island. Its pleasant mild climate and exquisite surroundings make it a popular holiday destination.

Bornholm Travel Guide

With just a 40km span at it's widest point, the island of Bornholm is a tiny destination in the mass of Scandinavia. But don't let this fool you, as Bornholm is filled with a wealth of activities and spectacular scenery.

Bornholm is a small Danish island located in the Baltic Sea between Denmark, Sweden, Poland and Germany. Its strategic location meant that it has always been a bone of contention for all the surrounding countries. Bornholm is an island with spectacular views and a wealth of attractions.

Bornholm was invaded various times by Swedish and German forces and the impact of these invasions can still be seen on the island. Despite this, the island with its long tradition of tourism has a pleasant ambience everywhere.

Bornholm is an island with spectacular views and a wealth of attractions


Travel to Bornholm

The port of Ronne in Bornholm can be reached easily from the ports of Koge in Denmark, Ystad in Sweden, and Sassnitz a German island. You can book Bornholm ferries with AFerry simply and securely online.

Bornholm is only about 40 kilometres at its widest point and has an extensive network of roads and cycle paths. You can rent cars and bicycles on the island or alternatively hop the local buses which service a major part of the island or even hire a taxi.


Things to do

Don't be mistaken by the tranquillity of the island, Bornholm is filled with a variety of activities such as angling, yachting, bungee jumping, surfing and hiking for all those adventure lovers, some beautiful sandy beaches within picturesque surroundings and for the inquisitive type who'd like to explore Bornholm, there are various attractions such as the Bornholm castle, the windmills, medieval churches and various historic, art and cultural museums.

Bornholm also has a large collection of local specialist shops selling various locally produced arts and crafts as well fresh island produce such as mulberries, figs and blueberries at bargain prices. The islands main source of income comes from fishing, arts and crafts made out of glass and pottery, dairy farming and tourism.

3 out of 5 stars based on 12 reviews

Reviews

  • 19 Dec 2014
    Bad wether but ok trip
    • I was overall OK with the jurney, but would like to stress the following: 1) it was not obvious on the ticket I printet after booking, witch number I should use on the automat at the ferry entry. 2) It was impossible to hear the captains voice on the intercom after boarding the ship. ) Due to the bad wether, I think you should have asked passengers to stay seated for as long as possible.

      Review by Tue Albertsen

  • 09 Sep 2014
    Scandinavian adventure
    • Great checking in system. Excellent facilities. Clean. Despite the rough seas, it was an enjoyable trip.

      Review by Ryan Duffy

  • 12 Aug 2014
    excellent ferry trip
    • Excellent ferry trip with excellent service to Bornholm.

      Review by Birgit

  • 31 Aug 2013
    Fery on the Baltic
    • An enjoyable ferry cruise with comfortable seating and good on board catering. Check in directions in Sassnitz could have been clearer but embarkation was well organised.

      Review by Linda

  • 11 Aug 2012
    To Bornholm
    • Automatic check in resulted in no one to ask for ability to park near, lift (requested at time of booking) As a result placed on mezzanine and had to struggle up stairs. Food on board very limited in choice.

      Review by Anon