Jegindø harbor is located on the island of Jegindø in the Limfjord. Jegindø is about 6 kilometers long and 3 kilometers wide. About 540 people live on the island.
In the harbor is a modern service building with toilets, bath, washing machine, dryer and a cafeteria in the same building. It is possible to borrow bicycles in the harbor so you can get around the island. In the middle of the island there is a grocery store that can be provided.
Jegindø Boat Boat has its home port in Jegindø Harbor.
Jegindø Elværk is open during the summer months, and now functions as a museum. The power plant supplied the island with direct current from 1929 and up to 1970, when the island switched to alternating current. Ma has the opportunity to see the old machines and generators still working.
Æ Fywerhus exhibits memories of the island's old fisherman-farmer culture. A culture lost to industrialization. Æ Fywerhus is a well-preserved house from that time, and you can still smell the salt water, tar and fish. Outside the house stands a modern iron sculpture filled with an ancient mythological symbolism.
2016: Both under 10 meters in length cost 120 kroner per day. Both over 10 meters in length cost 150 kroner per day. Bath 5, - / 3 min.
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