Hiking Trail - Bågø
Discover the Nature of Bågø
Bågø offers unique natural experiences through four marked hiking trails of varying lengths. Along the way, you can take a break at the cozy rest areas or enjoy the view from the bird towers. These routes are accessible to everyone, but we recommend that those with mobility issues and families with strollers use the paved roads.
Rich Landscapes and Wildlife
Bågø is home to fishing, child-friendly beaches, open landscapes, small forests, and shallow brackish water areas. The birdlife is rich, with opportunities to observe species like avocets, eiders, and herons from the bird towers at Vestermosen and Noret. The island also has a large population of deer and a diversity of plants.
Experience the island's history at the old fishermen's houses on the south coast and a long barrow from the Neolithic period. Gammelmose, a former peat bog area, bears witness to the island's agricultural history.
- Brochure about Bågø: Available at the harbor and nature center or online.
Baagø leaflet 1 - English
Baagø leaflet 2 - English
- Bicycle Rental: Self-service at the harbor. Adult and children's bicycles available.
- "The Horse Stable": A space for eating packed lunches with coffee and ice cream for sale. Also a small local museum.
- Camping: An association-run campsite near the harbor, open from March 1 to November 1.
- Bågø Nature Center: Offers facilities for school camps, meetings, conferences, and private stays.
Supplies and Facilities
- The Kiosk: Offers supplies, morning bread, souvenirs, and linen rental. Open from June to August.
Transport to Bågø
- Ferry from Assens: A half-hour sail. Remember to book in advance.
The Russian Orthodox Church
- Visit the Russian Orthodox nun Amvrosija by contacting her in advance.
Bågø is a treasure trove of natural experiences and cultural richness, perfect for hikers and nature lovers.