Discover the Danish archipelago
Holiday in the Danish Archipelago with the Island Passport
The Island passport is your guide to the Danish Archipelago - full of inspiration and facts about the Danish islands. Here you can find maps of the individual islands as well as information on ferries, accommodation and experiences. With the Island passport in your back pocket, you and your family have the opportunity to collect "Island stamps" and thus make your island holiday in Denmark even more fun.
The Island Passport contains information about all the Danish Islands accessible by ferry, and lets you collect ‘Island Stamps’Photo:LDF
Click on top of the image to view the Island Passport as a flip file. The Island Passport gives you the chance to get to know the Danish archipelago, and makes your island holiday more fun to boot.Photo:LDF
There are more than 400 named islands in Denmark, 72 of which are inhabited. It is possible to access 37 of these by ferry. The smallest island included in the Island Passport is Frederiksoe. Photo:LDF
The Danish islands offer gastronomy of the highest class. Taste potatoes directly from soil to table on Samsø, collect oysters in the Wadden Sea on Fanø, or sink your teeth into a newly smoked herring on Bornholm. There are very special culinary experiences awaiting you when you are going on an island holiday.Photo:LDF