In the summertime, the harbour is a hotspot for yachtsmen and fishing boats. This is also the season for kitesurfing events, a music festival, an art festival, a scampi festival and the Anholt Marathon.
There is a lot to explore on the 22 square kilometres. As far as you can see from the top of the island’s two hills, Nordbjerg and Sønderbjerg, you can see nothing but water, and the nearest landfall is 60 kilometres away.
On Anholt, you will find very few traditional tourist activities. So, what is it that makes curious visitors come the first time – and then come back again and again, year after year?
Come and find out.