When you dock in Ronne on Bornholm, you will be joining a long list of historic visitors. There is only a population of 40,000 people, but the island’s location in the middle of the Baltic Sea has made it a stopping point for sailors since the 1100s. The only difference now is that it attracts more international tourists.
People come to savour the beautiful scenery such as craggy cliffs and white sandy beaches, all topped with a dollop of sunshine. With a side of quaint churches, artists’ workshops and fresh local foods, you will have quite a treat. You can also stop at Bornholm’s friendly welcome centre if you want recommendations from the locals.