Traversing the island of Bornholm we will certainly come across much smaller towns, but that does not mean that they are less noteworthy.
Overcoming bicycle routes or walking trails (which are considered more interesting), we will visit charming and unique tiny villages and harbors. There are many tourist attractions, monuments and other interesting places for families with children.
In addition to all the smokehouses, restaurants or cafes present on the island, we can also visit home galleries of local craftsmen. We can admire the diversity of the landscape - high cliffs in the north of the island, wide and sandy beaches in the south or one of Denmark's largest forests - Almindingen - where with a bit of luck we can see the bison that were imported from Poland in June 2012.