Storytelling in Sondrup - Blue Flag
Join an approx. 4 km long walk in the scenic area around the old fishing village, Sondrup beach, and hear about the ferry to Alrø, fishery, about why Horsens Fjord is ‘sinking’, about the Stone Age people, cormorants and sea eagles and many other things.
You can look forward to a lovely walk with fascinating stories about nature and cultural history in a very beautiful area.
Nature guide: Ole Sørensen, Odder Museum.
Organiser: Odder Municipality and VisitOdder.
No registration required – this event is free of charge.
Bring: Practical clothing and footwear. You might also want to bring coffee and food.
Meeting point: Sondrup by the Nature Agency’s parking lot, in the middle of the village.
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The Deer Park
South of the Aarhus city, in the Thors woods which are part of the larger Marselisborg-Moesgaard forest, lies the Deer Park. The area houses a wonderful population of sika and fallow deer which you can get really close-up to. The wild boars live in their own enclosure.
In the Deer Park there are plenty benches and table-and-bench sets, so feel free to bring along a picnic basket for a pleasant lunch or a snack in the wonderful surroundings.
Guidelines for public access to the park
Please show care when in the Deer Park. In the park you may go tobogganing or skiing in winter, you can feed the animals fresh apples and carrots, feed the ducks, and take photographs / film.
Show care for the animals
You are not allowed to bring dogs, cycle, jog, or go orienteering, or gather chestnuts and acorn from the ground as the deer feed on these. Leave the Deer Park the way you would like to find it and walk quietly; it will give you a much bigger experience.
The Deer Park is open from 8 am until sunset, and admission is free. At night the animals require peace and quiet in order to rest undisturbed.
Activities for children
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At Egå Marina, we focus on excellent service and a good atmosphere. Here you will find scenic tranquillity and family fun – plus plenty of options for excursions in the surrounding area.We help you get up and running again quickly should you experience problems with your motor, sails, etc thanks to our good contact with mechanics and our equipment at the marina, which includes a crane, rig and more. You can use the free city bikes and we heartily recommend the beautiful bike ride to Aarhus along the water, which only takes about 30 minutes. The bus can also get you there in half the time and runs regularly. At the marina, you can also enjoy free Wi-Fi, two restaurants, a barbecue area, a lovely beach and a large playground for the kids.In Egå you will find everything you need to relax, but if you want to get your pulse up a bit, our new outdoor fitness equipment is available to use for free. The surrounding area also features a range of paths through forest and along the coast, providing the opportunity for a walk or jog in green surroundings.Shops and a bakery are just two minutes from the marina, so if you simply want to relax on the boat or the beach, breakfast and ice cream are never far off. And when the time comes to sail on, Tunø and Samsø are excellent options for your next stop.
East Jutland Harbours
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