Soenderborg is a small town but it has a nice waterfront. There is a brick castle, and it is worth walking around the outside because there are views across the water. We also liked the windmill that is nearby. Facing the water with the castle to your left, if you turn right you can walk along the waterfront. There are some nice and colurful houses, and when we visited a tall ship (the Roald Amundsen) was moored which made it rather special. We found a nice restaurant (Colloseum) serving local and home-cooked food which was very nice.
If you face away from the water and walk uphill then you reach some shopping streets that we found worthwhile.
Southern Denmark has been subject to bitter war between Denmark and Germany and the people here still have accommodate the custom inherited from that past. Here the Danish flags are decoration items alongwith angels and gifts with Christmas tree.
Sønderborg has a big area of maintained forest. The sea is rather calm since its a narrow waters between Danish and German border. Picture was taken in late autumn.
Ellegardvej 27, Sonderborg, 6400, Denmark
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Colloseum is a little restaurant by the waterfront in Soenderborg. The food is cooked to order and was both very good and generous. We tried 'King Frederick's Favourite' - a creamy, mild curry. It was really nice. So much that we could not eat all of it, and the lady waitress kept asking us if we wanted her to bring more. An especially pleasant meal in a nice location.
so soft and cool... you will love it, enjoy it in the beach.. . ;) yummm... specially during the day on summer!
i mean, common its just 45 cent, really worth to try...
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