Bornholm — A smudge of land in the middle of the Baltic Sea, Bornholm belongs to Denmark but lies closer to Poland than Copenhagen. Its people are more Bornholmian than Danish: Islanders have a unique dialect, which sounds a bit like Swedish (Sweden occupied the island on and off for a period). At 227 square miles, Bornholm is roughly twice the size of Martha’s Vineyard, and like that isle, its topography is a blend of dramatic cliffs, sandy beaches, and gently rolling farmland. It’s actually quite easy to reach from Copenhagen via a 35-minute flight or a combined three-hour drive and ferry ride.
What's New in Bornholm
October 21, 2013 by Karen Gardiner Dion
Winter predictably sees travelers heading to tropical islands for their vacations, but what about the cooler weather islands? There are a few advantages to ... Read More »