Gjøl harbor is located in the north fjords between Aalborg and Aggersund in the Limfjord. There are approximately 8 nautical miles to Aalborg. Gjøl town is known for the world famous Gjøl trolls and from Hans Kirk's novel Fiskerne , which was written at Gjøl Kro.
At the harbor you will find Gjøl inn . The inn can be recommended if you are feeling hungry. There are opportunities for grocery shopping in Gjøl.
Gjøl Sailing Club has a home port in Gjøl harbor.
Gjøl church dates from 1130. The church offers some of the finest in the Nordic region in Romanesque stone art. In the 1530s the choir vaults of the church were decorated with beautiful frescoes.
The wolf depth is a bird sanctuary. The area serves as a resting place for migratory birds. Among other things, it is possible to see Denmark's national bird bud habit.
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All boats, regardless of size, cost DKK 145 a day. all amenities are included in the price