Naebbet (aka Næbbet) Naebbet is a landform southeast of Skjoldnæs lighthouse on Aeroe’s northern island tip and is one of the South Funen Archipelago most characteristic examples of a bilateral built landform. This is where east and westbound currents meet which by nature allocates materials from Aeroe’s north east coast. Small islands like Neabbet are shaped and formed by compounding ocean floor gravel from the […]

Voderup Klint

Voderup Klint The geology  of Voderup Klint is unique and is 33 meters high cliff on Aero Island. It consists of subsiding terrace-like giant steps linking the sea and the high islands in a gracious way. The 3½ km long coastline was protected in 1957 and in 1991 the cliff was further classified as a special/unique landscape and is […]

Aeroeskoebing Bymuseum

Aeroeskoebing Bymuseum: Want to know more about the history of Ærø, visit the Aeroeskoebing Bymuseum. This is the place to visit. The museum house has among other collections work from maritime and agricultural environments – including a special collection of Aero’s regional costumes. For younger museum-goers this will be fun, a small collection of toys […]

Hammerichs Hus Museum

Hammerichs Hus Museum: is the place where you can find the good stories. The house has a special collection of rarities by the sculptor Gunnar Hammerich, which he made throughout his career as a diligent collector. He had a nerv for Dutch tiles which covers the interior and it is one of the largest collections in Denmark. You can also […]

Soebygaard Museum

Soebygaard Museum The manor Søbygaard was built by Duke Hans the Younger around 1580 who was a duke do without a hunting lodge. In Søbygaard we find a bit of Ærø’s tumultuous history through many different princes who from time to time also divided the island between them. There is a famous well-meaning ghost in and around […]