With about 7000 km of coastline, Denmark is a particular attractive area for many water sports. The spacious slipway makes Lillebælt Camping an ideal base for exploring the “Danish South Seas”.
Please find some hints for anglers and boaters:
- Fishing license: For persons between 18 and 65 years, in Denmark a fishing license is required (except Put & Take lakes). The fishing license can be purchased on the Internet, in tourist offices, post offices or at the front desk of the campsite.
- Boat license: Foreign boaters must have a nautical certificate, which is mandatory in their home country for navigating comparable waters.
- License-free boats can be rented in Fynshav and Mommark. Kotter tours are also offered in both marinas.
- If you have brought your own boat, the use of the slipway at the campsite is free of charge.
- There are special slaughterhouses for fish in the harbour and at the campsite. Fish waste should under no circumstances be thrown ashore or into the waste container. Disposal must take place at sea.
- To freeze the fish there is a freezer in the kitchen (in the upper sanitary area), which can be used free of charge.