The town

Faaborg Byferie

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Faaborg Byferie

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The arrest

On the square, in the old Town Hall, where there was both the town council chamber, the town court (still), the police station and the prison, an exciting prison museum has now been set up. It started with a successful Mandela exhibition, which went around the world.

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Famous organs

Three famous organs. That in Faaborg church, in Horne and Brahetrolleborg, occasional concerts with well-known organists. More about it at the Tourist Office.

Half-timbering and thatched roof

Nowhere on Funen is there more half-timbering and thatched roofs than here. Small, well-kept houses and properties appear everywhere in the countryside, often with pleasant gardens around them.

The city gate

In Vestergade there is the city gate. Which is the last preserved gate into the old Faaborg. Here customs had to be paid to be allowed to sell on the square.

Boat rental

Ask at the Tourist Office. They have the contacts.

Bicycle rental

Against the background of the many small roads and beautiful sections, it has been natural for us to create an extended cycle path – with many routes which are well signposted. Cycle path maps are available at the Tourist Office, which also rents out bicycles.

The cycle path

The area is tailor-made for cycling. There are many marked routes and cycle maps that can be purchased at the Tourist Office.

Current events

There are always a number of up-to-date initiatives. It can be sailing ship trips, fishing trips, trips with the vintage train. Concerts, exhibitions, events at Torvet. Ask at the Tourist Office what is happening right now.

Denmark's best exercise route

Among approx. 500 routes, the route right outside the door is healthy and the surrounding hills have been chosen as the country’s best exercise route. It is “Kom i gang Danmark” that has chosen the route. 4.3 km long can be extended or shortened as needed. So remember to bring some exercise clothes.

The old farm

In Holkegade, which is now a regional museum, is one of the old merchant farms from the sailing ship era. There you can really see how such a farm has developed.

The Green Butcher

Was partly recorded in one of the closed shops in Priorensgade.

Egeskov Castle

Large well-known attraction, with many different experience options such as Park, Piet Hein Labyrinth, vintage cars, airplanes and rarities. Calculate half a day. Drive towards Nyborg approx. 13 km.

Regional museum

See the old farm, but also Kaleko mill and group mill have character as such.

Funen Spring

Nowhere in Denmark is spring more beautiful than here. They should treat them to a trip during that time.. The flowers are gardens and fences. The light green, gently hilly landscape and the quiet, clear inland water, a paradise without equal.

Faaborg church

Heligåndskirken in Kirkestræde is the town’s church. Original monastery church. What the area is characterized by.

Faaborg's cultural-historical background

Is of course a bigger story. The fact that there has been a monastery is still evident. The church was the monastery church. Hospital steps belonged. Faaborg was a poor town that settled in the sailing age. And is and has been a market town for a large catchment area, not least the islands.

Faaborg Mini City

Older citizens have a lot of fun creating Faaborg Mini City, which can probably be seen in various places. Ask the Tourist Office.

Museum of Glass

In the old farm in Holkegade, where there is now a regional museum, there is an exciting glass museum. Built around the defunct Odense glassworks.

Golf

One of Denmark’s most beautiful golf courses is located in Svanninge Bakker, with a magnificent old farm as a clubhouse, restaurant, etc.

Group Mill

Is open to visitors. Gr. farm complex with water mill and windmill. Flour is often ground in the old machinery.

Go for a walk yourself

There is a leaflet with a tour of the city at the Tourist Office, where what you see is described throughout the tour.

Harbor bath

Exciting open-air swimming facilities in the harbor with springs as well as children’s facilities

The Harbor

There are daily visits from large old sailing ships. One of Funen’s largest fishing ports. A nice walk left along the rowing club and out of Langelinie to Klinten. Canals are currently being built, based on a large EU subsidy.

Sea eagles

By Lake Nørresøen (Corinth) there are breeding sea eagles. Brændegårdssøen not too far from there Karvkoloni.

Sea trout dorado South Funen

Is a well-known term for the large initiative with release and care that has taken place. Here is a magnificent nature and really good pitches. can be found on the city map, as well as a description of the material and fishing license can be found at the Tourist Office.

Helnæs

One of the better trips is the trip over Falsled, past Falsled inn to Helnæs. See the Lighthouse and have lunch at Helnæs kro and take a trip down to the beach by the campsite.

Horne round church

A large round church in Horne is a sight that is much talked about.

The Art Festival

For the first time, Denmark’s only art festival will be held in Faaborg 13-15. June. A recurring event with more than 500 active participating artists.

Arts and crafts

There are an incredible number of artists and craftsmen in the Faaborg area. Faaborg art museum, galleries and workshops. Lots of material at the Tourist Office.

The chimes

The bell tower’s carillon is Funen’s largest. Often skilled bell players come by and give a number.

Kaleko mill

Towards Diernæs in Kaleko is one of Denmark’s oldest water mills, which is now a museum. The Christmas broadcast Nissebanden was made here.

The bell tower

Are the remains of an old church which burned and was later demolished. Now it is the bell tower for the church, which is located some distance away. The old church of the monastery. The bell tower has Funen’s largest carillon. Many famous people come and play on it. Maybe you’re lucky. It rings in Catholic!!?. The bell tower also rings to mass if it scares you, when it e.g. call at 22.

Art Museum

At the end of the street is Faaborg’s famous art museum. It is famous both in terms of building and content as the cornerstone for the Funen painters. It was canned goods manufacturer Mads Rasmussen who had it built around his collection of paintings by the Funen painters.

The merchant farms

There are 7 merchant farms from the sailing ship era in Faaborg. You had ships in the lake and came home with all kinds of goods from all over the world. They were stored here and sold on, often at a good profit.

Langelinie

Left around the harbor, along the rowing club, is a splendid stroll out to the Klinten. You walk on the path along the water and to the right are burial grounds and a park from the sailing ship era.

Angling

Sea trout dorado Fyn is a term that we have marketed, after large releases and care of the fishing waters here. On the tourist city map, the best fishing spots are marked. It is a great natural experience.

Nature playground

With the help of EU funds, a magnificent nature playground has been created at Svanninge Bakker.

The North

In the middle of Diernæs, a road leads to the North, very exciting trip by bike or walk. Where you can get completely out into the wilderness, of which we have many just outside Faaborg With fantastic views over the archipelago. A content-rich and slightly daring trip..

Ancient monuments

Some of Denmark’s largest sites of Stone Age graves can be found in Aleskoven and Pipstornsskov (parking.)

The Rand Hills

A large continuous series of marginal hills encircles Faaborg behind the town, the peak Svanninge hills are well known, but they stretch from Håstrup to the other side of Holstenshuus. Deep gorges and wooded hills characterize the entire nature in the area. Many beautiful viewpoints over the archipelago.

Restaurants

Faaborg and the surrounding area is full of a variety of restaurants and eateries, there are all the categories you could wish for. Note also Hvedholm castle, Stensgård and Falsled inn.

The rhododendron garden at Brahetrolleborg

Very large and old rhododendron garden at B. drive in by the agricultural school.

The sailing ship era

In the heyday, there were 70 ships belonging here and 7 shipyards. They often sailed all the way to China.

School museum

In Corinth there is a school museum. It must be seen against the background of the significant work the Count of Brahetrolleborg did for public education.

Sculpture tour

At the Tourist Office there are leaflets for a tour of the many sculptures in the city

The Stone on the Harbour

Marvel at the big rock on the harbour. It has recently been excavated in a garden on the outskirts of the city. Claimed to be Denmark’s second largest.

Castles and Manors

Countless castles and manors surround Faaborg. Hvedholm (Hotel and restaurant) Stensgård (manor pension), Damsbo, Østrupgård (medieval castle) Brahetrolleborg, Arresø, Holstenshuus, Nakkebølle and Egeskov.

Great artists

Several of the famous Funen painters originate from Faaborg: Syberg, Peter Hansen and others. There are still many artists here, but maybe not as well known.

Svanninge Bakker

Well-known excursion spot with a view of the marginal hills and the islands. Lookout tower, restaurant and lovely walks.

Guard trips

In the summer, the guards go on guard walks around the city. An enjoyable feature that gathers many for a tour of the city. Ask at Faaborg Byferie about when.

Ymerbrønden

In the summer, the guards go on guard walks around the city. An enjoyable feature that gathers many for a tour of the city. Ask at Faaborg Byferie about when.

Ærøskøbing

Probably one of Denmark’s most well-preserved cities. Located on Ærø. Ferry connection from Faaborg. An incredibly pleasant experience.

The islands

Bjørnø, Avarnakø, Lyø, Ærø and Als – all connected from Faaborg.

The island path

Is a newly constructed footpath from Falsled to Spodsbjerg in Langeland. Right around here, it is something quite special. It is built through the rough area along Svanninge Bakker. Supported by Åge V Jensen’s and Bikuben’s foundations, which have bought large areas laid out for conservation and public use, which makes it a very special experience. It can be recommended to make a mini-holiday on that basis alone. On the 1st day, you can take the Odense bus to Svanninge Bakker and go home to Faaborg, then you will pass through many previously untouched areas – approx. 7 km. The second day from Fjellebroen to Faaborg. The path goes right into the middle of the city. An experience completely out of the ordinary if you are into walks.

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