Ærøskøbing is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Denmark. The small crooked houses with hollyhocks in front and cobbled stone roads give a fairytale feeling.
There are many pretty walks around the town.
Molestien is a path with lovely gardens on one side and the sea on the other.
One can also walk up to Ærøskøbing windmill, then along Lovers walk (Kærlighedsstien) with a view down over the town and the neighbouring islands.
The Europa-Nostra prize was awarded to Ærøskøbing for its great cultural value.
Hollyhocks dominate the streets of Ærøskøbing. (Foto)
The beach huts
The first bathing huts appeared on Ærø in the 1920s.
The beach huts almost never change hands.
They are under preservation orders, which means that there are many rules concerning things like colour choice, re-building and ownership.
The beach huts are a short walk from the Pension and only a
couple of metres from the water’s edge
On Ærø one is never far from the sea and a swim.You can walk to many family-friendly beaches from Pension Vestergade 44.
Evening by the water.
We are working on more pictures for this page.
There are more pictures on the Ærø Portal here
View to Urehoved.