The best preserved round church in Bornholm, it was made in the 12th century. More than its strange architecture, it shows interesting frescoes in the central pillar.
The Bornholm's art museum is located in the coast, 6 Km north of Gudhjem. When I visited it, it was housing the pieces of the European Glass Context.
Once a residence of king Valdemar II, this castle from the 13th century, is today a ruin in a beautiful coast north of Bornholm.
Reconstruction in 1900 recovered part of the walls and a tower.
Hammershus is very nice castle. There are also nice walking places around it. There are at least 2 lakes. You can make a sport on one of them too.
Don't forget to take your binoculars. It is agreat place to watch birds or ships cruising at the Baltic Sea.
The best-known Bornholm landmark is northern Europe’s largest castle ruins, Hammershus. It towers up on a steep cliff above the Baltic Sea on the northern part of the island.