Sæby Havn er en charmerende fiskeri- og lystbådehavn med fiskehandler og spisesteder.
If you want a popular and charming seaside town for the whole family, then Sæby will be a hit. Child-friendly beaches, cobbled streets and a great harbour area.
Sæby has everything the holidaymaker could desire. An idyllic town centre, arts and crafts, leafy woods, a lively harbour and broad, child-friendly beaches. It’s not without good reason that Sæby is one of Denmark’s most popular holiday destinations.
On the harbour, the ‘Fruen fra Havet’ stands proud, a double-sided figurehead in white concrete created by Norwegian artist Marit Benthe Norheim, inspired by the play of the same name written by Henrik Ibsen after a visit to Sæby. And around her is the harbour, with its genuine maritime atmosphere, fish restaurants and beach promenade.
The old town centre is a gem, with its cobbled streets and squares, old idyllic houses, local arts and crafts and the magnificent old watermill on Sæby Å. The town oozes tranquility, and the term ‘strolling’ really comes into its own.
Sæby nestles in glorious countryside, with the calm, blue sea on one side and the leafy green woods on the other. One of the latter is Sæbygård wood, a popular outing for the locals and visitors. The wood is criss-crossed by signposted hiking, running and cycling routes, and is perfect for quiet contemplation and physical exertion.
There are plenty of good fishing opportunities in and around Sæby.
Sæby Å (Sæby Stream) is a 100 km stretch of beautiful nature, well-suited for all types of angling, spin, coarse fishing and fly fishing. The season begins 16th of January and ends 15th of November, both days included. Its possible to catch salmon and brown trout. Its possible to catch sea...
The fishing stretch begins at Sulbæk and continues south towards Sæby and Sæby Å (Sæby Stream). It's important to remember that the streams protections zone begins 500 meter north from the outlet at the marina in Sæby.There are good chances for catching flatfish, sea trout and garfish....
The beautiful Church of St. Mary is the last part of a huge, 4-winged Carmelite Monastery from 1470.
Sæby Glaspusteri is an open workshop, gallery & shop, where glass-blower Leni Bille transforms the 1100-degree hot glass into unique glass items.
The Renaissance castle Sæbygård lies surrounded by a wide moat, just west of Sæby.
Created by Norwegian artist, Marit Benthe Norheim in 2001- a doublesided figurehead in white concrete.
Gedebjerget is according to the legend named after the Viking Chief "Gjede" who used the "mountain" as observation post to look for ships to get objects to his piracy.