Nexø harbor is located on Bornholm's east coast. There has been a landing place in Nexø since 1660, but only in the form of a few piers in the sea. An actual port was first established in 1860, and the last port expansion was made in 1980. In the 1980s, Nexø Harbor was Denmark's 4th largest port. The port is primarily a traffic port for ferry operations and fishing, however, with the exception of the summer months, where, as a pleasure sailor, you can use the port.
The old harbor and the west quay in the first basin are reserved for pleasure sailors during the summer months, and the harbor offers around 60 guest places. The harbor offers modern facilities.
There are fine bus connections from Nexø to the rest of Bornholm.
Right next to the harbor are 2 of the city's museums, where you can experience changing exhibitions about fishing and shipping, as well as the Bornholm railway. There was a railroad from Nexø to Rønne until 1968.
An excursion destination could be the Paradise Hills, part of Almindingen, which is a large privately owned forest area. Paradise Hills offers many hiking trails where you can explore nature.
Martin Andersen Nexø's childhood home is decorated for a memorial about the author. Martin Andersen Nexø was born in Christianshavn, but grew up in Nexø. Many of his works are based on people from Bornholm. Martin Andersen Nexø's most popular novels are Ditte Menneskebarn and Pelle the Conqueror. The memorial is located at Ferskesøstræde 36 in Nexø. Closed on Mondays.
Both under 10 meters in length cost 130 kroner per day.
Both between 10 and 13 meters in length cost 160 kroner per day.
Both between 13-16 meters in length cost 190 kroner per day.
Both between 16-20 meters in length cost 230 kroner per day.
Both between 20-30 meters in length cost 350 kroner per day.
Both over 30 meters in length cost 490 kroner per day.
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