Soenderborg Harbour

Sønderborg on Als, Denmark

The south harbour extends from King Christian the X's bridge down to Sonderborg Castle. As a sailor in Sonderborg South harbour you are therefore located along the charming waterfront with views to eg. Sonderborg Castle and Dybbøl Mill. The harbour is well-visited and buzzing with life during the summer months, where up to 100 yachts are added to the quay per day. Along the quay are local restaurants and cafes.

South harbour
The south harbour extends from King Christian the X's bridge down to Sonderborg Castle. As a sailor in Sonderborg South harbour you are therefore located along the charming waterfront with views to eg. Sonderborg Castle and Dybbøl Mill. The harbour is well-visited and buzzing with life during the summer months, where up to 100 yachts are added to the quay per day. Along the quay are local restaurants and cafes.

North harbour
The north harbour has been opened after several years of construction on the waterfront. The harbour extends from King Christian the X's bridge and past the Hotel Alsik. Along the new, beautiful waterfront, there are many long-ship places, which includes eg. The Multicultural House, Hotel Alsik and Olafur Eliasson's artwork 'Time Circles' are listed. Along the North harbour there are several restaurants and cafes, such as the “Torvehallen” as well as by the Hotel Alsik and the Multicultural House.