Good to Know
The South Fyn Archipelago is with its 30 small islands the most island condensed area in the Kingdom of Denmark.
The landscape has been formed by the Ice Age and 7000 years ago large amounts of the area were connected with the mainland. During the years the water level has risen and the landscape sunken so that today one can discover flooded Stone Age settlements and forests on the sea bed only as far as 1-2 meters down.
The many islands have with their mild climate always attracted many people, and fruit growing has been favourable there.
On all of the islands one will find fine historical villages and beautiful landscapes which are all preserved in their authenticity.