Somarken on the south coast of Bornholm is a popular holiday area with a lovely bathing beach and many great holiday homes in the hilly and scenic surroundings. Somarken also offers a cosy town environment with a smokehouse and is a perfect starting point for a comfortable and active family holiday on the sunshine island Bornholm.
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The area Sømarken consists of 'Østre Sømark', a small and cosy fishing hamlet with fishermen's cottages and its own smokehouse/restaurant, and 'Vestre Sømark', which is solemnly a holiday house area. There is plenty of space between the houses, and at more places the sites adjoin conservation areas. The small harbour 'Bakkerne Havn' is an active fishing harbour, and the catch of the day is prepared and served in the smokehouse 'BakkaRøgeriet', which is situated on the harbour. Nearby you will find the preserved watermill 'Slusegård Vandmølle'.
It is possible to buy groceries in the village Pedersker and Sømarken offers more restaurants.
The beach opposite both 'Østre Sømark' and 'Vestre Sømark' is a long and varied sandy beach. The sand is a little coarse and the water quickly gets deep. You will find a couple of large stones in offshore, and from here you can jump into the water.
Sømarken is situated in very scenic surroundings with conservation areas, dunes with heather and a bit of forest.
In Sømarken you can play minigolf and rent bicycles.
The island has 3 golf courses, from which the course of 'Dueodde Golfbane' is the closest.
Many nature experiences await you along the 250 km of good, nearly traffic-free bicycle routes. Equally a number of walking paths are available in the distinctive nature.
Anglers have good possibilities for a haul by the shore as well as in the lakes and streams of the island.
If you fancy rock climbing or bird observation, Bornholm is also an ideal holiday destination.
By the farm 'Slusegård', the preserved watermill 'Slusegård Vandmølle' from the year 1800 as well as a trout house is situated. The area is restored in order to give an impression of the whole mill system.
See the global milestone, a granite rock, which marks the intersection point for 55 degrees north latitude and 15 degrees east longitude.
Experience the view from the 45 m high, white lighthouse 'Dueodde Fyr'.
I det idylliske fiskerleje Snogebæk findes et glaspusteri og et røgeri.
Many craftsmen inhabit the island, and more places it is possible to visit the sculptors, the glassblowers, the ceramicist and the painters.
One of the most characteristic smokehouses in Bornholm is 'Hasle Silderøgeri', which is a famous museum-smokehouse, where fish are still smoked according to the old and traditional method in open chimneys.
The round, whitewashed churches are the landmarks of Bornholm. The 4 most famous churches are: Østerlars, Olsker, Nylars and Nyker.
Hammershus is an impressive old castle from around the year 1250, which rises from a steep rock hillock on the northern tip of Bornholm. Hammershus is the largest castle ruin in Northern Europe.
'JOBOLAND Brændesgårdshaven' in Svaneke is a former farm, but today a popular nature and amusement park with a unique profusion of flowers and numerous attractions.
'Oluf Høst Museum' in Gudhjem is an art museum, where the painter's life is carried on in his own home.
At the art museum 'Bornholms Kunstmuseum' works of famous Bornholm painters as well as theme exhibitions with art, design and handicraft can be observed.
NaturBornholm in Åkirkeby informs of the nature of Bornholm - right from the origination in the glowing lava 1.7 billion years ago.
'Bornholms Middelaldercenter' in Gudhjem is a historic experience centre. The live environment from the Middle Ages (the period 1350-1450) contains living-quarters, a water mill, a forge and a fortified castle mounds.
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