A holiday in Rønne means a wealth of attractions and a vibrant atmosphere
Whether you're just spending the weekend in Rønne before continuing on to one of the other exciting towns on Bornholm or you have decided to spend your entire holiday here, you can count on a wonderful experience. Rønne is a town with hospitable residents where visitors are appreciated.
Bornholm is known for its ceramics, so why not pay a visit to the old ceramics factory, Hjorths Fabrik? Both a museum and active workshop, tours are available in high season. You will doubtlessly find something for yourself or a loved one when you visit the museum shop.
You will also enjoy the special atmosphere of the main square in central Rønne, where you can discover not only the local market but also an array of exciting shops and wonderful restaurants. Then make sure that you pay a visit to the Bornholm Museum to learn about the history of the island. Rønne's old town also features another exciting museum, Erichsens Gård, where you will learn about Bornholm's village, seaside and culinary culture. Take a stroll through the idyllic streets lined with old half-timbered houses and down to Rønne Harbour, and don't forget to take a look into Sankt Nicolai Church, one of the town's most beautiful treasures.
If you're looking to spend part of your stay in Rønne on the beach, there is a nice little sandy beach in Rønne itself and several other swimming beaches along the coast both to the north and south. Visitors looking for more physical activity can enjoy bicycle tours along one of the many cycle routes either out towards the sea, tracing along the magnificent cliffs, or straight across the island.
Public transportation connections on Bornholm are good, so enjoy the beautiful natural setting along the island's byways. Note that there is no motorway on Bornholm. Rønne Airport is only 3 miles from the centre of town and offers domestic flights linking to Billund and Copenhagen international airports.
Approximately 2.5 miles outside Rønne you will find a lovely oasis in the form of a protected area with wild fruit trees and orchids.