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”.
Contrary to many other small cities, in Lohals there are still opportunities to buy exactly what you need. With a supermarket, a bakery and the possibility to buy arts and crafts etc., the city is still an active and living place. The beach north of the city is a nice sandy beach with a bathing jetty and it is frequently used all year round. Lohals and Hou are excellent starting points for many excursions, with water on three sides and large forest areas, the nature invites to be explored either on foot or bicycle.
A bit of historyLohals Harbour was built at the end of the 1850’s and is an old cargo and fishing harbour. Lohals Lighthouse was built in 1893 and it is a 9m angular lighthouse made of iron. In the beginning of the 1900s, Lohals became an active port city with seve ral shops, craftsmen and both a telegraph and phone station, a ship yard and a mission house.
Our concept is the personal cuisine, with a focus on excellence in the season's ingredients.
Fish, seafood, soup, frying dishes, fresh salads and special children's dishes.
Views of the harbor and the sea
Restaurant med smørrebrød, smørstegt rødspættefilet, kæmpe tarteletter og kaffe/kage. Udendørs servering med udsigt til vandet og Lohals havnemiljø.
History of the people who worked in the forests and the Devil's Stone from the Bronze Age.
One of Funen’s finest rock carvings from the newer Stone Age.
Collection of 47 different tree species that grow in the Danish forests.
Altarpiece by Julius Paulsen.
A 3.3km walk: Vestre Stigtehave is amongst Denmark’s most lovely beech forests. This woodland is the closet thing you will find to ancient forest on Langeland.This route takes you through the trees and over low hills along wide forest tracks. Looking between the gnarled tree trunks you c...
Stay in the woods on North Langeland.
A few hundred meters north of Lohals Harbour.