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kalundborg

- A fishing paradise and a five-steepled church

The Roesnaes Peninsula is located near Kalundborg and is Zealand's westernmost point.  
The Roesnaes Peninsula is located near Kalundborg and is Zealand's westernmost point.


Visit Kalundborg - a modern royal borough with old half-timbered houses and cobbled streets. See the five-steepled church, Vor Frue Kirke [Our Lady's Church] and visit Kalundborg Castle or go fishing along the many kilometres of beach around the peninsulas of Røsnæs and Asnæs.

Ferry to Århus and Samsø

Kalundborg is a modern and lively royal borough, where you can see well-preserved half-timbered houses, cobbled streets and the unique five-steepled church, Vor Frue Kirke. Kalundborg has Denmark's largest deep water harbour and a ferry service to Denmark's second largest city Århus and the island of Samsø.

Kalundborg Castle

It was probably King Valdemar Atterdag, who organised the building of Kalundborg Castle, where kings and noblemen gathered to conduct political negotiations in the 14th and 15th centuries. In times of war, Kalundborg was a military support point of central importance.

Asnæs and Røsnæs

For anglers, Kalundborg is a paradise. Along the many kilometres of beaches around the peninsulas of Asnæs and Røsnæs, there are good chances of hooking herring, flatfish, sea and rainbow trout, sea perch, garfish, mackerel and grey mullet.