Hjarnø Bridge and Marina is a cosy little harbour offering peaceful tranquillity. The harbour has a shower and toilet alongside the service building and you can barbecue by the benches along the bridge. If you are looking for a restaurant, it is only 1km to Cafe Den Gamle Smedje [The Old Smith Cafe], where children can enjoy the nearby playground. You will also find the island’s shops here, which offer the basic necessities.
A good bathing beach is just a two-minute walk from the harbour, and you can also lay anchor here.
Hjarnø has a fine network of paths that pass by attractions such as archaeological finds from the Viking Age and an international bird sanctuary. A Stone Age settlement was also recently discovered in the shallow waters next to the harbour, where you can wade around and discover flint tools and other treasures of the sea.
When you set off once more, make sure to visit Snaptun. From there you can cycle to Glud, which offers a wider variety of shopping options.