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Travel to Bornholm

By Paula Jota Pedersen



The island’s natural beauty is fascinating.
It has bits and pieces of all the Scandinavian countries, as states its nickname, "Scandinavia in a nutshell". Rocky shores as it is natural from Sweden and Norway, sandy beaches from Denmark and deep dark forests from Sweden. It is also the region in Denmark with the most hours of sun.

Bornholm is a small island in the southern part of the Baltic sea. It is located to the east of Denmark, to the south of Sweden, and the north of Poland. It has an area of 588 sq km and a population of 44,000 inhabitants.

The island has the highest density of arts and craft workers in whole Denmark.

Castle on Bornholm

  Find out more about Bornholm:

  - History
  - Main cities on Bornholm
  - Language
  - What to do on Bornholm
  - Restaurants
  - Getting to Bornholm
  Where to stay
  What to do on rainy days



- Insight Guide, Denmark, APA publications, 2000
- Bornholms tilblivelseshistorie, www.bornholm.dk/s7/geografi/1838we.aspx, 2007.
- home.worldonline.dk/dionw/
- www.sacredsites.com/europe/denmark/bornholm.htm
- Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bornholm
- Bornholminfo.dk

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