Bogense Travel Guide

  • Waiting for the start of the race
    Waiting for the start of the race
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    Sunset before return to Bogense again
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    People looking at all the sail ships
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Bogense Restaurants

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    by Obak81 Updated Jul 30, 2007

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    Fiskehuset offers a great seafood buffet at a cheap price in the summermonths. All the seating in the restaurant is outside, however there are many covered seats so even if the weather is bad you can sit and enjoy your food.

    Favorite Dish: The seafood buffet offers many great dishes.

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Bogense Transportation

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    by Obak81 Updated May 26, 2006

    There is a busstation in Bogense with Bus connections to Odense and Middelfart. The busstation is located in the old railway station building. You will find it near the city center.

    The 810 goes to Odense
    825 to Middelfart
    850 to Assens

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Bogense Shopping

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    by Obak81 Written Apr 20, 2007

    LP Superbest is the biggest store in Bogense.
    You will find a good variety of products aviable.

    You can also find the local posthouse inside the building.

    What to pay: the Superbest chain is not the cheapest, middelrange pricing is the standard.

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Bogense Off The Beaten Path

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    by Obak81 Written Jun 12, 2007

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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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    by Obak81 Written May 24, 2006

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    Bogense is surrounded by flat landscape. In the western direction much of the land has been taken from the sea in the past centuries, and here it is absolutely flat. To the south and west you will encounter minor hills a couple of kilometers out of town.
    Northeast of the city you will find Æbleø, a small island that is uninhabited and serves as a nature reserve. Getting to Æbleø by foot is possible from Jersore, but its preferrable when the tides are low, as you have to walk a couple of kilometers of shallow water.

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