Tejn Harbour is one of Bornholm’s largest ports, with active commercial fishery and many trolling activities. In 2015, more than 400 trolling boats gathered in the harbour for “Trolling Master Bornholm” to compete to see who could catch the most and biggest salmon.
The port has its own microbrewery that also makes organic beer and lets visitors gain insight into how beer is made.
The port has a self-service information point with always up-to-date weather forecasts, as well as the codes you need for bathing, toilet and Wi-Fi.
The port and the town of Tejn have virtually everything a visiting yachter needs: in addition to a supermarket, speciality shops and eateries, Tejn offers service businesses, which include a large slipway, shipyard, ship electrician, ship engine workshop, sailmaker’s, ship’s equipment business, coin-operated laundry, etc.
There are also splendid opportunities along the waterfront to bathe in the Baltic Sea or barbecue with a beautiful view to the north and south of the harbour, possibly supplemented with a dip in the outdoor hot tub or a visit to the woodfired sauna.
The Port of Tejn is the closest harbour to the Art Museum of Bornholm and the intriguing Rø Golf Course. To the north, one of the island’s loveliest paths winds its way along the rocky coast to Allinge, about 5 km away.
Tejn Harbour can be entered day and night in all types of weather and is very calm regardless of season and weather conditions.