Discover the best top things to do in Hasle, Denmark including Jons Kapel Nord For Hasle, Bornholms Rovfugleshow, Hammerknuden, Slotslyngen, Helligdomsklipperne V. Bornholms Kunstmuseum Helligdommem, Vang Havn, Hammershus, Klemens Kirke, Bornholm Ceramic Museum, Opalso, Bornholm Visitor Centre.
Restaurants in Hasle
4 based on 39 reviews
4.5 based on 134 reviews
I like owls, like a lot. So this was more or less perfect for me.
They start the show inside, and shows some different birds, and tell you a little about them in Danish and in German. For English speaking people, this would be a little boring.
Continues outside in a good environment for people and birds!
4.5 based on 95 reviews
This is ruins of a 13th century castle built along the bluffs of the Baltic Sea. Now in ruins but once the site of fierce battles, it is Northern Europe's largest medieval castle. There reminds me of Blarney Castle in Ireland. You get a magnificent view of the coast from the north end of the fortress. It has free admission and is about a half mile walk from the parking lot to the ruins. There is a restaurant here as well. There are only pay toilets and they have a note that they will lock you inside if you don't pay. There are some plaques giving some insight into the fortress history, but there are no tours.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
Helligdomsklipperne offers spectacular views of a ragged, rocky coastline on Northern Bornholm. Probably best enjoyed by boat (MS Thor travels from Gudhjem multiple times a day), you get a good impression from the landside.
I would recommend though to expand your visit by following the coastal tracks either north or south, well marked tracks that's not busy and offers the possibility to get really close to nature.
4 based on 21 reviews
We had a lovely walk around Vang...very picturesque. The locals have put in a lot of work into explaining the history of the area...I loved the explanation of the granite mining...if you are out driving, or riding a lovely place to stop for an hour (and a coffee)
4.5 based on 344 reviews
It is a must do when you visit Bornholm -hassle free, no admission ticket, sufficient interpretive in multi-language, great view, good walk plus nice picnic ground. It is Northern Europe's largest medieval castle ruin, and one of Denmark's most important historical monuments, built in early 1300. Don't forget your hut, sun block, windbreaker and walking shoes. Oh, dogs are welcome too!
4 based on 2 reviews
Klemensker kirke er opført i 1882 i kløvet granit i klassisk landsbykirke arkitektur. Kirken og sognet er opkaldt efter de søfarendes helgen, Sankt Klemens - og som det er tilfældet for andre bornholmske kirker, henviser endelsen "ker" til "kirke".
Kirken er 32 m lang og 12 m bred, hvilket gør det til en stor kirke i forhold til, at sognet kun har ca. 1500 indbyggere.
Interiøret er på samme tid elegant, venligt og farverigt, efter en nænsom restaurering i 1960.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
A fascinating and beautiful place where you can wander among the workshops and see craftspeople at work. Both a historical and a contemporary ceramics 'factory'. Good interpretation using touchpads with text and short videos showing the processes (in English as well as Danish and German)
4.5 based on 44 reviews
This lake has the most beautiful turquoise blue colour of a lake that I have ever seen. It is surrounded by rocks, I think it was an old quarry. There is another big lake right next to it. The area around it is nice for walking. My husband and I took our little dog there, he loved it too.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Unfortunately, we didn't find this place until we were ready to leave. The staff was friendly, helpful and a wealth of information, eager to help you plan your visit. There were some gift items here as well as clean public restrooms along with phamplets and maps to aid in planning your visit.
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