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Lynæs - Dinghies and Coziness at the Harbour

Lynæs - Dinghies and Coziness at the Harbour

Lynæs is one of Denmark's oldest fishing villages.      The idyllic town is sheltered by the high cliffs of the headland just 2 kilometres from Hundested. 

Earlier, Lynæs was home to steamboat sailing and a ferry route to other harbors in North Zealand. Today, thousands of sailors from Ise Fjord, Roskilde Fjord and Kattegat Sea flock to the charming marina. 

Every year the harbor is thus visited by thousands of yachtsmen, who enjoy the beautiful nature, the culture on the wharf and the community at the dockyards and piers.


Plenty of activities

Grab the opportunity to visit the coziest wharf in Denmark – take a dip in the beautiful waters, eat a “Lynæs-ice cream” or catch crabs by the beautiful jetty, made by volunteer enthusiasts.

Lynæs is packed with fun adventures for the whole family. Children can enjoy the fun playground and adventure bridge at the harbour, where you can also use the BBQs, sea swimming bath and the two shelters and bonfire areas.


The summer months are full of various activities and music events on the pier. If you fancy lunch or a treat, the port has eateries and an ice cream parlour, and you can also buy some freshly caught fish to take home.


Go for a walk on the cliff trail from Lynæs Harbour and past Stejlepladsen (an old drying ground) by Store Karlsminde – a place well known to the Vikings. The trail has an amazing view over the fjords and the area surrounding Store Karlsminde has been an attractive trading post and harbor since the time of Vikings, with the discovery of the Viking ship “Skuldesvigskibet”, found in 1975, adding to this.

By the way, did you know that the famous 'Lynæsjolle' originates from this area?


The authentic Lynæs Harbour is worth a detour. It is a paradise for wind - and kite surfers, it has beautiful scenary, great eateries and a unique, cozy atmosphere. Thus, there are plenty of reasons to drop by and enjoy Lynæs.

Sidst ændret:

mandag, 20. marts, 2023 - 10:05