Welcome to Faaborg
Faaborg first appears in Danish historical documents in 1229, but its heyday was the 17th century when the town claimed one of the country's largest commercial fishing fleets. While sleepier these days, the port still has island-hopping ferries, and vestiges of Faaborg's former golden years live on in cobblestone streets lined with crooked cottages, as on Adelgade, Tårngade, Feltens Rist and dog-legged Holkegade. You'll also find galleries, statues and museums (including a free one in the bus station), plus one of the oddest public sculptures for miles around.
Amazing hotels and hostels
We've pre-picked the best hotels, hostels and bed and breakfasts to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.