TransportationDjursland - always within easy reach
- with ferry, plane, car and bus.
Around Djursland in 45 minutes
Not many places in Denmark offer so many opportunities for experiences within such a manageable area as Djursland does. Therefore, it is easy for you to get to attractions as well as accomodation places. The bus services are also good and there are plenty og bus stops. get many goog ideas for car trips in Djursland as the touris offices It is easy to get to Djursland by car. Take exit 46 on the northbound motorway, signposted to Grenaa/Ebeltoft, and take the exit 42, also signsposted to Grenaa/Ebeltoft, on the southbound motorway.
Distance in km from to Djursland:
Danish/German border 220 km.
Aalborg 124 km
Copenhagen 145 km
Aarhus 44 km
With Abildskou buses, you can travel quickly and conveniently from Seeland to Ebeltoft, Rønde, Grenaa, Tirstrup and Randers.The trip from Copenhagen to Ebeltoft onlu takes 3 hours. www.abildskou.dk
Sealand/Copenhagen with Mols-Linien.
Mols-Linien sails to and from Djursland via Odden-Ebeltoft with the high-speed ferries Mai Mols and Mie Mols. it only takes approx. 45 minutes from Sealand.Mols-Linien also operates a high-speed ferry between Odden and Aarhus. Crossing time is approx 65 minutes. there is also a conventional ferry service between Kalundborg and Aarhus. crossing time is approx. 2 hours and 40 minutes. www.mols-linien.dk
Faster with an airplain
Aarhus Airport is located in the middle of Djursland with connection to amoung others Barcelona, London, Oslo, Göteborg, Stockholm and Copenhagen. www.aar.dk
From Sweden and Norway
Stena Line oparates a ferry service from Jutland to Norway and Sweden. There are two departures a day from Grenaa to Varberg. the crossing takes approx. four hours. www.stenaline.dk
Grenaa-Anholt færgefart.The crossing from Grenaa takes approx. 3 hours after which you will find yourself in an entirely different world. This is where you find the only desert in Northern Europe. A visit requires an overnight stay on the island before returning home. Book ticket online at www.anholtfergen.dk
Cross Randers fjord
Over a stretch of a bit more than 20 km, Randers Fjord is crossed by two small ferry services: At Mellerup-Voer, the fjord is crossed by Ragna, Denmark’s smallest car ferry. Both ferries sail continuously during daylight hours, all you have to do is show up! The crossing time is only 3 to 5 minutes. www.randersfjord-faerger.dk
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