Dueodde, the southernmost point of Bornholm, is a vast stretch of breathtaking beach backed by deep-green pine trees and expansive dunes. Its soft sand is so fine-grained that it was once used in hourglasses and ink blotters.
There’s no real village at Dueodde – the bus stops at the end of the road where there’s a hotel, a steakhouse restaurant, a couple of food kiosks and a boardwalk across the marsh to the beach. The only beachside ‘sight’ is a lighthouse on the western side of the dunes; you can climb the 197 steps for a view of endless sand and sea. For more views, head 1km back to the main road to visit Bornholmertårnet tower.