Hornbæk harbor is located on the north side of Zealand. Hornbæk is a former fishing village, as evidenced by the old houses and the harbor. The port is still fishing, though to a lesser extent than before.
The harbor offers modern facilities. The harbor has a beautiful maritime inspired nature playground. At the playground there are also barbecue areas which may be used by guest sailors.
The harbor's fine natural playground
There is a beautiful bathing beach right next to the harbor with the finest sandy beach. During the summer holidays there are lifeguards on the beach.
Hornbæk Boat Club has a home port in Hornbæk harbor.
The Rudolf Tegners Museum offers an exhibition of sculptor Tegner's sculptures made of plaster and marble. The museum is closed on Mondays. It costs NOK 50 in admission for adults. There is a café in connection with the museum.
2017: Both under 2.5 meters in width cost DKK 180 per day. Both between 2.5 and 3.5 meters in width cost DKK 200 per day. Both between 3.5-4.5 meters in width cost 250 kroner per day. Both between 4.5 and 5.0 meters in width cost 350 kroner per day + electricity. Both over 5.0 meters in width cost 400 kroner per day + electricity.
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