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Top Choice Danish in Ebeltoft

Molskroen

For something special, make your way to this beautiful kro (inn), renowned throughout the country and a popular gourmet destination. Outside, it's all half-timbered charm in idyllic grounds; inside is sleekly contem…
Top Choice Cafe in Ebeltoft

Restaurant Kampmann

Behind Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, this small, sleek cafe has a sunny deck overlooking the water. There’s a short, flavourful menu of gourmet smørrebrød, salads and home-baked cakes, plus locally brewed beer and soft drink…
Top Choice Street in Ebeltoft

Adelgade

Cobbled Adelgade is one of the loveliest main streets in Jutland, lined with pastel-coloured cafes and stores, and pretty courtyards. At its southern end is the diminutive old town hall, built in 1789. It has a half…
Museum in Ebeltoft

Glasmuseet Ebeltoft

Contemporary glass art is beautifully showcased at sleek Glasmuseet, with stunning permanent pieces plus changing exhibitions gracing its light-filled interior. You can also watch glass-blowers working their magic o…
French in Ebeltoft

Brasseriet

Molskroen's owners have rejuvenated Femmøller's beach hotel (now known as Molskroen Strandhotel), with high-quality dining choices found here. The all-day Brasseriet has a menu of Gallic classics (foie gras, steak t…
Ship in Ebeltoft

Fregatten Jylland

The frigate Jylland has quite a presence. From bow to stern it measures 71m, making it the world's longest wooden ship. It was launched in 1860 and played an instrumental role in Denmark’s navy in the 19th century; …