Island hopping the small islands in the Little Belt

Island hopping the small islands in the Little Belt

Most yachtsmen who sail through the Little Belt from north to south have passed the two lovely islands Aarø and Bogø. But you really should switch course and visit the two islands!

Aarø: Green and lush – with tasty island steaks, fish right off the fishing cutters and local beer and wine. Aarø is a lovely island, so we dearly recommend making a stop.

The well-protected Aarø harbour, which has room for 78 visiting vessels, is teeming with life. Enjoy the beautiful blue cutters and trawls, they are a rare sight in Danish harbours these days.

At Aarø, you can spoil your palate with different island delicacies, meat from high-quality beef cattle (”Galloway”), beer and wine production. Visit Aarø vineyard in the centre of the island, or enjoy the dishes in the Brummers Gaard restaurant that serves local specialties.

Hop on to Bågø a short distance from Aarø.

Incredible nature, peace and quiet and hiking paths. Bågø is a cosy little island; nestled right in the middle of the Little Belt. Here you will find peace and quiet, nature and as much island atmosphere as you can wish for …

We really recommend you pull in and visit the island. There is plenty of room in the Bågø Harbour with 49 pile moorings and 90 metres (98 yards) of pier for berthing alongside. The harbour amenities have been recently updated through a DKK 9.5 million renovation project. You will find an excellent service building and a well-stocked harbour kiosk – also the only grocery store on the island – where you can get breakfast rolls and takeout food. There are a lot of roadside stalls where you can purchase meat from island lambs and pigs, among other things.

Check out the harbour plans and navigation conditions before you enter the harbour. The depths in the different island harbours may differ markedly. The map is an overview map, and may not be used for navigation.

Bågø Havn

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