Ærøskøbing is a perfect idyll with its cobbled streets, hollyhocks, and the small, well-preserved houses with their many peculiar details.
Danish as well as foreign guidebooks describe the town as the Fairy-Tale Town.
The old harbour has been enlarged by a new marina and the beach at Vesterstrand with its colourful little beach huts is only a few minutes’ walk from the town and the harbour.
For the many visitors to the town, fine overnight accommodation is offered by the camping site, the youth hostel, guest houses, and hotels.
It is worth noticing that the Europa Nostra Prize was awarded not because of the conservation standard of the town as such, but for the initiative taken by Ærøskøbing’s inhabitants to preserve the town.Don’t forget though, that behind the idyllic facade of the town is a live and active town that has solved successive generations’ housing needs for centuries. Singleparty strausberg The town’s development has been rational and gradual, governed by natural conditions – what in our time would be referred to as a sustainable development.The town dates back to the early Middle Ages and recently celebrated its 750-year jubilee.Many of its houses are unconditionally preserved and the town as a whole is subject to a preservation planning with strict guidelines for the development of the town and for the construction of new houses and renovation of old ones.
En dating Ærø
E of Bjergene is a light (flashing green, green post with green top marking). The channel is marked on the W side by three green buoys with top markings and on the E side by a red barrel buoy without top marking and a red buoy with top marking.The boundaries of the area belonging to Vestre marina are towards SW by Strandvejen, towards SE by Vestre Allé, towards NE by the stone pier and its extension and towards NW by a line perpendicular to Strandvejen to the break in the stonewall. Originally dating back to the early Middle Ages, the town recently celebrated its 750-year jubilee.In 2002, Ærøskøbing was awarded the Europe Nostra Prize for Cultural Heritage in recognition of its high architectural conservation standard and the continuous preservation efforts on the part of its inhabitants.Please be aware that larger ships cannot use Ærøskøbing harbour’s beacon and leading lights line in part of Møllegab which is located between Bjergene og Dejrø, as due to the shallow area W of Dejrø, it is necessary to follow the bend in the channel. In addition, there is a channel E of Dejrø, where the depth is 3.6m.
Your attention is drawn to the shallow area of 2.7m shown on chart 152 between Dejrø and Ommelshoved Flak. At Møllegab N of the channel is a red/white buoy with a red ball top.Hver region har sin egen styregruppe, der arrangerer regionens turneringer, så du får tilbudt turneringer indenfor korte afstande.Ærøskøbing - the Fairytale town Located half way up the northern coast of Ærø is Ærøskøbing – probably the most well-preserved town of the 18th century in Denmark.In 1810, »die Brückenkasse« paid for such a cooking house on Ærøskøbing Harbour.The cooking house today has kept some of its original function as it is now used as a barbecue hut.