Experience Enebærodde between Kattegat and Odense Fjord and enjoy the exciting nature and the beautiful view.
The guide Bjarne Kim Pedersen knows everything about the area and its history and tells you about its nature, its history and about the people who have lived here. The headland has belonged to the Hofmansgave manor for hundreds of years, and a lighthouse was built here to make the entrance to Odense Fjord safer. But you can also see entrenchments used during the Swedish wars in the 17th century, and the headland was also used for a weapons dump for the resistance movement in World War II. Get all the good stories and let Bjarne Kim show you the area on a nice hike.
The guided hike on Enebærodde takes place at 10:00-15:00 on the following dates: Tuesday, July 7, Monday, July 13 and 20, and Tuesday, July 28.
Price: DKK 75,-
The Meeting point is the parking lot at Tygesvej on Enebærodde.
Remember the packed lunch and something to drink!