Marstal - Strynø - Marstal (26 km)

A charming route between small islets on the north side of Strynø island. Shallow water and plenty of birds – especially swans – to see. If you are lucky, you may spot some seals sunning themselves on large rocks in the area around Bredholm. The slopes of Halmø Gavl are a favoured location for sand martins to build their nesting holes.


Car park/starting point: At Marstal Kajakhavn (Kayak Harbour), Taget 4, 5960 Marstal. Start from the kayak club jetty by the beach, around 100 m north-east of the clubhouse.


Difficulty: moderate. Beware of currents and traffic when you cross Mørkedyb.


Show consideration: access to the north sides of Strynø Kalv and Grensholm is prohibited in the period 1 March–15 July. During the same period, please do not go ashore on Vogterholm and Bondeholm. Show consideration for resting aquatic birds to the north and west of Strynø.