Gudhjem - Nørresand
Small harbor with 20 seats north of Gudhjem. The harbor is located within walking distance to the city center. Deity's landmark is a mill that is illuminated at night. In the Middle Ages, Gudhjem was the largest trading town on Bornholm. The town is very idyllic up the Bokul roundabout, from which there is a beautiful view of the city, which is second only to terraces.
Nørresand is Gudhjem's northern port, but there is no further than one can walk to the center of Gudhjem. The city offers many exciting shops, restaurants and cafes.
There is a ferry to Christiansø from Gudhjem.
The Oluf Autumn Museum is housed in Gudhjem. Oluf Høst was a Bornholm painter. At the Oluf Høst museum there is a museum shop and cinema that shows films about man and artist Oluf Høst - in addition, some of his works can of course be experienced at the museum. The museum is located at Løkkegade 35 in Gudhjem. Closed on Mondays.
Sun over Gudhjem is the name of a famous piece of sandwich bread. The sandwich is only made better by being consumed in Gudhjem.
Gudhjem Museum is housed in the old station building. The museum primarily exhibits art. The exhibition is constantly changing. It costs 25 kroner in the entrance, and is open all days of the week.
Under 10 meters - 100 kroner a day
10-13 meters - 130 DKK a day
13-20 meters - 200 kroner a day
Over 20 meters - 310 kroner a day
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