Small town with a lovely beach

Espergærde has developed from a small fishing village to a real gem in the last 150 years. The buzzing harbour in the old town has a wealth of eateries and the indispensable local store, while a little further inland lies the Espergærde Center with over 50 stores. On a sunny summer’s day, the beach is a must for both adults and kids.

Map of Espergærde

Espergærde Harbour

Espergærde Harbour began as a fishing village in 1880. The smallest of the Øresund harbours, it offers the charm and peace and quiet that every sailing enthusiast dreams of but rarely experiences.


Flynderupgård Museum

The museum is located in a large manorstyle country house from the early 19th century. Changing special exhibitions depict the lives of farmers, fishermen and summer residents in eastern North Zealand

Churches in Espergærde

There are two churches in Espergærde.

The oldest (1897) Egebæksvang Kirke, is a 5-minute walk from the harbour.

The new church, Mørdrup Kirke by the Espergærde Center, is designed by Per Christiansen og Carl Svendsen and was used for the first time in 1976.



Events in Royal North Sealand

There are a lot of events in North Sealand. You can find them here.