Fyns Hoved is scenically situated on the tip of the peninsula Hindsholm, which is famous for its unique nature and rich bird life.
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The cosy holiday house area by Fyns Hoved and the small town Martofte separate the Kattegat from the Great Belt. Unspoiled nature, beach, bird sanctuaries and preserved areas characterize the area. Anglers, bird enthusiasts and nature lovers will find ideal conditions here. But Hindsholm also offers picturesque villages, large manor houses and more relics. Fyns Hoved is a frequently painted motive, and can be seen at more museums in the area.
It is possible to buy groceries in the area, and 20 km towards south, you will find the cosy commercial town Kerteminde, where you can shop, eat and go sightseeing.
A good bathing beach is available by Fyns Hoved. The sandy beach is very suitable for children as it has shallow water. Here you will find good conditions for windsurfing and diving.
By Kerteminde you will find bathing beaches both south and north of the harbour. The bottoms are sandy and the beaches are very suitable for children. The water is very clear and the Blue Flag are waving on the beaches.
The location of Fyns Hoved, on the tip of Hindsholm, means that the holiday house area is surrounded by water on 3 sides. Old mussel beds, points, a reef, shallow bird areas and good beach characterize the coast. It is often possible to experience porpoises, which often swim close to the shore.
The peninsular 'Hindsholm' is in general characterized by a unique landscape with a rich animal and bird life. The northern part of the peninsular is an important breeding area for birds. The peninsular is very level at more places, but towards north hills and high cliffs towards the water characterize the landscape.
The northernmost tip of Hindsholm is probably one of the best fishing areas in Funen. The fishing spots lie as side by side along the coast from Langø to the tip of Fyns Hoved.
The area is very suitable for bicycle rides because of the short distances, the varying nature and the rich bird life.
In Kerteminde you can play tennis, petanque and minigolf, waterski, dive and play beach-volley. Furthermore it is possible to go deep-sea fishing onboard a fishing vessel from Kerteminde. From the harbour of Kerteminde you can sail out to the scenic island Romsø.
Within a radius of 35 km from Kerteminde you will find 3 golf courses by: 'Sct. Knuds Golfklub' in Nyborg, 'Odense Eventyr Golf' and 'Odense Golfklub'.
At the uttermost tip of Hindsholm the gallery 'På Hovedet' is situated. The gallery is a combination of a studio, a restaurant, circus inspiration and scenic surroundings.
Between Langø and Fyns Hoved you will find the passage grave 'Mårhøj Jættestue', which is the larges grave mound in Denmark.
Viby on Hindsholm is one of the most well-preserved villages in Funen with half-timbered houses and a newly restored mill, which is running during the summer (14 km).
The 1,000-year-old Kerteminde is a vivid and charming commercial town with a fishing harbour, a large and cosy marina, interesting shops, restaurants and sights. You will sense the quite special atmosphere in the narrow alleys with the colourful small houses, the old merchant's houses and the red roofs (20 km).
'Farvergården' in Kerteminde was originally an old merchant¿s house from the year 1630. The museum contains a living room from a farm house and from a middle class house from the year 1820 (20 km).
In the aqua centre 'Fjord- & Bæltcentret' in Kerteminde you can experience the mysteries of the sea, seen with the eyes of a diver, from a 50 metres long underwater tunnel or get close to porpoise from the outdoor bridge.
Visit the home town of 'H.C. Andersen', Odense, a modern and evocative town with a number of leisure potentialities (35 km).
In Odense Zoo you can see a special chimpanzee department and a large 'Oceanarium'. 'Den Fynske Landsby' by Odense is an open-air museum, showing a Funen village environment from around the year 1850.
The terrarium in Vissenbjerg has Scandinavia's largest collection of live reptiles and amphibians. More than 60 terraries with crocodiles, snakes, bird spiders and iguanas. In the garden you can see monkeys, kangaroos, raccoon and goats (56 km).
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