The village hosts one of the most active tractor clubs in the country.
It´s a club for people who are passionate about Massey Ferguson tractors and "bøjden ferguson klub" have several events and parties every year.
This is really redneck denmark in a very charming way.
Bøjden has a small harbour where you have a combination of small commercial fishing vessels and leisure boats.
There is usually some local life at the harbour and it tends to be the place where people hang out when they socialise.
There is a nice view of the bay down there, so it's worth taking a stroll there.
Bøjden nor is one of the best places in Denmark to watch both migrating and stationary birds.
It's located next to the ferry and devided by a dam that leads to the ferry.
The area has places where you can observe the birds at close range without disturbing them.
Bøjden is connected to the island Als with a couple of small car ferries that run every hour during the day.
The crossing takes 45 minutes and it´s a pleasant shortcut if you are heading to Germany from the island Fyn.
The ferry has a small cafeteria onboard where you can buy fastfood and drinks during the crossing and the ride is one of the more scenic ferry rides in Denmark.
There is a ferry going from Bøjden (Fyn) to Fynshav (Als), the trip takes about 45 min. and the ferry carries cars, bicycles and passengers.
The ferry departs 7 times a day and prices are 45 kr. for a passenger.
Because of the shallow bay, Bøjden is very suitable for fly fishing.
It's generally quite good all over Denmark, but but the Helnæs bay is a particular good spot because the islands protect the area from waves, so you can almost always fish there.
Equipment: a fishing rod would surely come in handy for that activity :O)