Hiking

Photo: Knud Mortensen, Naturturisme

With its 220 km. the Archipelago trail is one of Denmark's longest hiking trails. It winds its way through a unique cultural landscape with beautiful natural areas, well-preserved castles and mansions, villages and market towns.

..to be able to hike in an ice age landscape with hills, deep valleys and large forests...

The archipelago trail runs both along the coast and up into the hilly landscape, where the different views of the archipelago are highlights of the trip.

The archipelago trail is available all year round, whether you are interested in a quick hike for a couple of hours, a mini-holiday with luggage transport or a full week of hiking with a backpack.

Photo: Daniel Villadsen

In many places on the archipelago trail the view is fantastic. Here is the view to the village of Svanninge and the South Funen Archipelago.

Photo: Daniel Villadsen

Svanninge Bakker is also known as the South Funen Alps - great for a coffee break, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and so much more.

Photo: Brian Schiødt Carlson

Svanninge Bjerge is the area east of Odensevej, seen from Faaborg. From Lerbjerg you have a nice view of the archipelago and South Funen.

Photo: Brian Schiødt Carlson

You can catch the clover paths in Svanninge village at the church. There are four hiking trails of different lengths, one of which goes up in Svanninge Bakker and Faaborg Golf Course.

Photo: Brian Schiødt Carlson

The Tarup-Davinde nature area is not only for hiking, but also fishing, swimming, overnighting, bonfire fun, kayaking and much more.

Photo: Brian Schiødt Carlson

For more than 4000 years there has been a burial ground in Pipstorn. Now you will find hiking and MTB trails, shelters, playground, beautiful view from Lucienhøj with tables-bench sets and more.