Experience the beautiful Ærø
To stay in Aeroskobing is to be transported back in time. The town plan remains unchanged from the Middle Ages and the narrow cobbled streets with the houses jutting straight on to the road create a unique and intimate atmosphere.
Buses are free and provide a good way to see the island. They can also be used to plan walking trips along the many nature trails (either take the bus out or back to avoid retracing your steps).
If you like exercise there are many and varied cycle tracks both along the sea and inland. Spend a morning visiting a passage grave, the many small harbours along the coast or Sobygaard with its moated manor house. Walk along the beaches and you might be lucky to find a chunk of amber. Other things to do include visiting the three 13c churches with their delicate, detailed murals and elaborate carved altar pieces. These lie along a ley line on the ridge of the island which ends at the ruins of St Albert´s Church, deserted for hundreds of years. You can always return on the bus with
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