Denmark, Islands, Fyn, Faaborg
- +45 62 60 14 40
- Start April - Mid September
Alan Rogers Review
Sinebjerg Camping is a friendly site with a peaceful, relaxed atmosphere. The pitches are on sloping terrain with a beautiful view of the Island of Lyø. The site shop will provide most of those essentials that you may have forgotten. You can get fresh bread from the local bakery every morning. Bring your own boat as there is a boat launch area. Possibility of all kinds of water sports. The site has 210 touring pitches with electric hook-up point.
Faaborg town has an old town with many historic houses, follow the watchman around on an evening tour and get to see where the fairy tale writer, H.C. Andersen, was visiting and fell in love. From Faaborg harbour it is possible to go sailing between the islands with one of them. There are many opportunities for walking and cycling in the vicinity. 2 km from the site is the idyllic fishing village Dyreborg with its small harbour. The nearby Dyreborg Forest gas an attractive walk down to Faaborg fjord.
The heated toilet block has showers, washbasins and wc’s. Children’s room. TV room. Children’s play area. Trampoline. Information area. Pony riding. Shop. Horse and goat stables. Basketball area. Fish cleaning table. Gas grill. Wi-Fi free. Earliest arrival time 14.00
From Odense take Route 43 then route 44 to Faaborg. Join route 329. After leaving Faaborg bear left to join Bjernevej. The site is on the right off this road.Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N55 4 50||W10 11 3|