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Sprogø

Photo: Jørgen Diswal

Sprogø is one of the most interesting island in Denmark. The island has been used as a fortification, has protected nature and has housed "maladjusted" girls. 

Sign up for a trip to Sprogø right here

It is not possible to visit Sprogø by yourself, because it is a protected island. But we arrange guidet trips out there with bus multiple times a year. If you want to visit the island, please hurry up and sign up for the waiting list. The trips are very popular so the sooner the better.  

Choose below wether it should be as a group tour or as a private person. PLEASE NOTE that the trips are only in danish.

Guided group trip to Sprogø from Nyborg for companies, societies and others

Sprogø – the island at the centre of Danish history Go on a group bus tour to the normally closed island, Sprogø, in the Great Belt. You can be added to a waiting list by VisitNyborg for your society or firm’s own “closed” Sprogø tour by bus with a guide. Contact VisitNyborg for more ...

Spørgeskema

Har du været en tur på Sprogø? Så er du mere end velkommen til at udfylde vores spørgeskema.

Learn more about Sprogø here

The Girls’ Home on Sprogø

The Girls’ Home on Sprogø represents a particularly horrifying chapter in the history of the treatment of the less fortunate in Danish society. Betwee...

The lighthouse on Sprogø

The 24m-high mound and lighthouse are of historical interest and are listed.

The nature on Sprogø

For many years, Sprogø has functioned as a kind of nature reserve. 70 species of birds bred here and more than 120 species used the island as a migrat...

Valdemar the Great’s castle on Sprogø

One of the most dramatic periods in the history of Denmark took place in the middle of the 1100s. A hereditary monarchy was introduced in Denmark. The...

The nature on Sprogø

For many years, Sprogø has functioned as a kind of nature reserve. 70 species of birds bred here and more than 120 species used the island as a migration and resting place. On a good day, 20-40,000 birds rested here. The island had large numbers of pheasants, hares and European green toads...

The Great Belt Bridge

The Great Belt Bridge is 18km long and constitutes the fixed connection over the Great Belt between Nyborg and Korsør.

Bogen: Natur og trafik på Sprogø

Bliv klogere på Sprogø og øens mange facetter.