"Æbelø" Bogense Off The Beaten Path Tip by Obak81

Bogense Off The Beaten Path: 2 reviews and 7 photos

  East side of the island
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  • East side of the island - Bogense
      East side of the island
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  • the woods - Bogense
      the woods
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  • middle of the island - Bogense
      middle of the island
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  • swampy area - Bogense
      swampy area
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  • Fallen tree - Bogense
      Fallen tree
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Æbelø is an island located just north of Fyn. The island is a functioning nature reserve only inhabited by the ranger that keeps the marked paths and overlooks the island.
Since the island became a nature park in 1999 the forests have been transformed to traditional danish leaf-forests. There is some wildlife on the island including quite some deers, goats/sheep and all sorts of small animals and reptiles (including the Stålorm a rather small and harmless snake).

You can get to the island by boat, or by wading from Jersore, and the following the sand-stretch nortwards to the island. The wading route called "Æbleø ebbevej" is marked, and frequently used in the summertime.

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  • Written Jun 12, 2007
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