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Lynæs Havn

The idylic village of Lynæs

Lynæs is located in the shelter (’ly’ in Danish) of the high cliffs along the ’nose’ (næs’ in Danish) at the entrance to Isefjord, just south of Hundested.

Lynæs Havn
Jolle på Lynæs Havn

Lynæs is located in the shelter (’ly’ in Danish) of the high cliffs along with the ’nose’ (næs’ in Danish) at the entrance to Isefjord, just south of Hundested. The idyllic fishing village is one of Denmark’s oldest, and today sailors from Isefjord, Roskilde Fjord and Kattegat flock to the quaint marina, the heart of the city, and fill the harbour with life throughout the summer season.

 

 

 

 

And did you know that the famous Lynæs dinghy also comes from this area?

Restaurants

During the summer season, there are many activities and musical offerings at the pier, and if you fancy lunch or a bite to eat, the harbour is also home to eateries and an ice cream parlour. In Lynæs, there’s every reason to drop by and soak up the good atmosphere. In addition to a restaurant, Lynæs Fisk & Steakhouse also has an excellent fish shop.

On Saturday, fresh fish are sold at Isefjord Fisk, which has an outlet in the harbour. Here the fish are so fresh that they go directly from the boat to the fish shop counter.

The gorgeous nature around Lynæs naturally invites you to spend time in and on the water, and there is also a child-friendly beach and one of Sealand’s premier surfing spots. A large shallow area in the fjord is the perfect place to try kite and windsurfing, kayaking or Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP), even for beginners.

 

Active by the water ...

At Lynæs Surfcenter you can rent equipment and book an instructor if you are bold enough to try a new water sport. Here there is also a brand-new café where you can quench your thirst or grab a tasty bite to eat. Kayaking trips are available on the fjord and in the canal in Frederiksværk, as well as open-air summer cinema, festivals, cosy communal dining with the locals and much more.