The 8 Best Things to Do in Kalundborg, Denmark

July 15, 2017 Rosalyn Ihle

Kalundborg is a Danish city with a population of 16,343 (1 January 2015), the main town of the municipality of the same name and the site of its municipal council. It is situated on the northwestern coast of the largest Danish island, Zealand, on the opposite, eastern side of which lies Copenhagen, 110 km (68 mi) away.
Restaurants in Kalundborg

1. Rosnaes Fyr

Roesnaesvej 477, Kalundborg 4400, Denmark
Excellent
63%
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30%
Satisfactory
7%
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4.5 based on 55 reviews

Rosnaes Fyr

Reviewed By Ricky P

Here you have the opportunity to experience the beautiful scenery, as well as small excerpts of Denmark's history.
There is a large car park, with tables and benches to enjoy brought food.
There is a small walk to Røsnæs lighthouse, where you can experience the magnificent view of the water from the top, especially in clear weather.
There is the possibility to buy coffee and cake by the lighthouse, as well as walking down the beach around the tip.

2. Loch Ness

Loch Ness 6, Kalundborg 4400, Denmark
Excellent
37%
Good
60%
Satisfactory
3%
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4.5 based on 27 reviews

Loch Ness

Reviewed By sirjhp - Kalundborg

It is incredible and old quarry can get to look so good and be so nice to hike in,go there for a picnic,for a hike or just for resting and get energy back in the body.It sooths and you will be feeling good and rested after a visit,note it is an old quarry and imagine how many others mine dumps could be made the same way.
I find it exceptional that an area which used to be bare and ugly have become so nice and mostly by the work of one man

3. Church of Our Lady, Kalundborg

Adelgade, Kalundborg 4400, Denmark
Excellent
59%
Good
29%
Satisfactory
9%
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3%
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4.5 based on 31 reviews

Church of Our Lady, Kalundborg

Reviewed By Niels-Jørgen W - Kalundborg, Denmark

The only Church in Denmark - "The Church of Our Lady" - have 5 towers an a long and interesting history. Built in beginning of 1200 century, by Ingeborg, daughter of Kalundborg's founder, Esbern Snare. The middle center tower collapsed in 1827 and where rebuilt 1917-1921.
Absolutely worth a visit. The Church is nearby the city museum and the ruins of Kalundborg Castle so there is plenty of history here.

4. Dyrehoj Vingaard

Roesnaesvej 254, Kalundborg 4400, Denmark +45 50 82 37 13
Excellent
69%
Good
26%
Satisfactory
5%
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4.5 based on 19 reviews

Dyrehoj Vingaard

Danmarks største vingard med produktion af vin og spiritus af højeste kvalitet. Stor og hyggelig gardbutik med egne produkter, men ogsa særlige udvalgte varer. Bliv klogere pa dansk vin og vinproduktion pa en guidet tur med vinsmagning.

Reviewed By Carl T - Kalundborg, Denmark

The largest vineyard in Denmark is located on the beautiful Rosnaes peninsula, just a few miles from the lovely old town, Kalundborg on the west coast of Zealand.
The wine fields are spread out on hilly slopes overlooking stunning Kalundborg Fjord, and the views are breathtaking.
After a good walk in the fields and along the coast (and maybe on the beach) it is time to visit the farm shop where you can taste and buy their great wines (the sparkling, white and rosé are all a must!!), their liqueurs and their schnapps - and other local produce.
An ideal visit - just a good hour from Copenhagen - that will show tourists (and Danes) a new side of Denmark!

5. Roesnaes Naturskole

Roesnaesvej 458, Kalundborg 4400, Denmark +45 59 50 97 76
Excellent
67%
Good
22%
Satisfactory
11%
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Roesnaes Naturskole

Open grounds, garden with playground and farmanimals. Open exhibition / picknic stable, public toilet Café /Restaurant Edderfuglen. Open during summer season. Main building can be rented by groups. 30 beds. 8 bedrooms, Seating 60. Natureschool: Guided tours. Grassland ecology, geology, botany, firebellied frogs, black adders, mammals, cultural history

Reviewed By sirjhp - Kalundborg

the trips with an explanation of the area and the vegetation is excellent with the guide and should be tried at least once,it gves a good knowledge of the area,the plants and the animals living on the peninsular

6. Kalundborg Museum

Adelgade 23, Kalundborg 4400, Denmark +45 59 43 23 53
Excellent
25%
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50%
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4 based on 16 reviews

Kalundborg Museum

Reviewed By Nowthensister - Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom

We visited Kalundborg on Pentecost Sunday and found most of it shut. The museum however was welcoming visitors with open arms. A small attraction ( for a small town), gave insight into the history of the town and the area. There were no interactive exhibits just a lot of models in various costumes, old farming and fishing equipment and old carriages. There was a pretty courtyard where ice creams could be bought and the obligatory shop selling locally produced crafts. The Gardens were small but pretty with a view over the town out to the sea and a model of the town. Overall a place to while away an hour or so so with a very warm and friendly welcome.

7. Kalundborg Tidligere Kloster

Klosterparkvej 7, Kalundborg 4400, Denmark
Excellent
34%
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33%
Satisfactory
33%
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4 based on 3 reviews

Kalundborg Tidligere Kloster

Reviewed By Fritse Z - Lystrup, Denmark

Denne smukke bygning troner overfor biblioteket, så er svær at overse. Det gamle kloster er smukt vedligeholdt, men der var desværre ikke mulighed for at komme ind i bygningen.

8. Mollebakketrappen

Kordilgade 27, Kalundborg 4400, Denmark +45 59 51 09 15
Excellent
15%
Good
23%
Satisfactory
32%
Poor
15%
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15%
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3 based on 13 reviews

Mollebakketrappen

Reviewed By sirjhp - Kalundborg

A very nice hike from Kordilgade to the top of Moellebakken,the view from the top is excellent with the port and some of old Kalundborg can be seen,the old house around the area is an experience to see

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