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Gåsetorvet i Rudkøbing
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Langeland, Strynø og Siø

Fra købstadshygge med bindingsværkshuse og brostensbelagte gader til små hyggelige havnebyer med udeservering og landsbyidyl.
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Kort over Langeland

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Visit Rudkøbing

Rudkøbing, which is Langeland’s biggest city, is a cosy old market town with old, well­kept merchant houses, small town houses and winding roads with cobble stones, and at the same time, it is the place to make a good deal and get good, old­fashioned service.

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Visit Strynø

Experience the tight-knit community on Strynø.

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Lohals and Hou

Lohals is Langeland’s northernmost city. The city has a cosy harbour, where the cultural house Banjen during the summer is framework for many music events and a very well visited meatball festival called “frikadellefest”.

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Emmerbølle, Dageløkke, Stoense and Snøde

Experiences in the area around the towns of Emmerbølle, Dageløkke, Stoense and Snøde

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The Village at Tranekær Castle

Castle town Tranekær is unique in Denmark since Count Frederik Ahlefeldt-Laurvig (1760-1832) wanted a city reminiscent of a German principality. He built several buildings and brought foreign craftsmen and officials to the city.

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Visit Tullebølle

Experience the area around Tullebølle on North Langeland

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Visit Spodsbjerg

Spodsbjerg arose as a Berth and a small fishing hamlet in the 1400s. Nowadays, tourism, the fer­rying to Lolland and fishing constitutes the main foundation of the town’s economy. Spodsbjerg is, with its’ outstretched beaches, a sought­out bath­ing resort.

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Besøg Lindelse

Hyggelig landsby på Sydlangeland med smukke gåture i området

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Visit Humble

The city was originally called Humlæthwet, which is composed of humle (the plant hops) and tved (clearing), and therefore means “the forest clearing with hops plants”

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Visit Ristinge

Ristinge, the “tail” of Langeland is a good reason for turning of in Humble and head west. Ristinge has three attractions: the best bathing beach on the entire island, Ristinge Cliff and the village Ristinge with the tiny harbour.

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Visit Bagenkop

The most southern city on Langeland, is an old fishing community, and you can still experience a well­kept and authentic fishing harbour from where cutters daily set out.

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Gåsetorvet i Rudkøbing med statue af H. C. Ørsted
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Rudkøbing

Rudkøbing

Tranekær slot set fra luften
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North

Spodsbjerg, Lohals, Tranekær and Tullebølle

Vilde heste løber gennem et vandhul på Sydlangeland
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South

Bagenkop, Ristinge and Humble

Ko på græsmark på Strynø
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Strynø

Experience the tight-knit community on Strynø.

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