Nysted harbor is located at the bottom of Nysted Nord on the south side of Lolland. There is a beautiful view over the Fehmarnbelt, the old market town and Ålholm Castle. Nysted is Denmark's southernmost market town, and the port has been used as a shipping port for Lolland until the port of Rødby took over. In Nysted town you can experience beautiful old houses that are extremely well preserved.
Toilets for the port's laundry can be purchased at the port office. Breakfast can be ordered at the port office. Nearest shopping opportunities are an Aldi and a DailyBrugs located in Nysted city.
Ålholm Castle was built in the 13th century. The castle is not open to the public. However, there is a small farm shop that is open during the summer months. The farm shop mainly sells meat from the castle's cattle and pig production.
Nysted water tower dates from 1913. The water tower was preserved in 2004 because it is considered a fine example of early iron concrete construction. Unfortunately, the water tower is in very poor condition and you can't get into it at this time.
Both under 8 meters cost DKK 115 a day. Both between 8-10 meters cost 130 kroner a day. Both between 10-13 meters cost 165 kroner a day. Both between 13-15 meters cost 190 kroner a day. Both between 15-20 meters cost 285 kroner a day. Both over 20 meters cost 525 kroner a day. Excl. electricity and internet! The port fee must be paid in the ATM at the port office or between 7-9 or 18-20, otherwise a supplement of DKK 100 will be added.
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