UNESCO: Royal Jelling – 47 km
Monuments, gravestones, runestones and a museum all about the Viking age, its rulers and their buildings, the adoption of Christianity and historic Denmark.
When on holiday or visiting Middelfart and the surrounding area, you are right in the middle of Denmark, close to some great attractions like Legoland, the HC Andersen Centre in Odense and several UNESCO sites.
Did you know
The Clinker building is included on UNESCO’s list of irreplaceable sites of cultural heritage and that the Lillebæltsværftet is one of the few remaining places in the world where boats continue
to be built according to the old tradition.
In Randers Regnskov, you are in for a true tropic treat, complete with free-ranging monkeys, iguanas, sloths, jaguars, and a long list of other exotic animals. The rainforest is a bombardment of the senses with tropic experiences among fascinating animals from South America, Africa, and Asia.
Middelfart and its nearby area offers world-class activities and experiences. Some of the things you can experience from Middelfart include: the largest population of porpoises – the world's smallest whale, unique Bridgewalking over the old Little Belt Bridge and Europe's most distinguished collections of ceramic art as well as 1,000 objects from Royal Copenhagen porcelain.