Hasmark Beach is one of the best beaches on Funen with a child-friendly shallow sandy beach, beautiful views and a playground, benches and tables and ...
Hasmark is located on the coast of North Funen and offers a lovely Blue Flag beach, a large beach oasis with a playground, campfire, showers and more, heath and moor areas and many exciting stories.
The small town of Hasmark has given its name to the entire area on the coast of North Funen, which borders Enebærodde.
Once there was farming, fishing and peat digging in the marsh. In 1916, Miss Johanne Karoline Nielsen opened the seaside hotel Hotel Kattegat, and the area became both fashionable and popular with people from Odense. Holiday homes were also added, and it became the popular holiday area with campsite and holiday homes that it is today. But at the same time, it's still a beautiful nature area with a long beach, moor and heath areas and idyllic fields. Come experience it yourself!
Hasmark was once a large farm, which together with the farm Knyle was placed under the large estate Hofmansgave, which also owns Enebærodde. Many of the roads are named after the estate owner family - and the shortest road Tygesvej is, of course, named after a dwarf in the family ...
The church in Hasmark was built in 1892.It was the owner of the Hofmansgave estate, Niels Erik Hofman Bang, who got the idea to build the church, and he was able to get the support of the church and the villagers.The baptismal font, dated back to around 1100, originally comes from an olde...
It can also be a curse to be close to the water! Hasmark has been plagued by large floods, for instance in 1921, 1945, 1954 and 2006. That's why the characteristic dikes are so important. It also made people leave the area, leaving Hasmark to holidaygoers.
You can also just go on a short bike ride on the bike path along Strandvejen between Otterup and Hasmark - a nice ride of only 6 km!
Where can I park, and how do I get to Hasmark?