Charming castles, cosy harbours, Viking games, a large commune and magnificent nature await you in the northernmost part of Fjordlandet
Frederikssund is just a 45-minute car ride from Copenhagen in the northernmost part of Fjordlandet. Sail on the fjord, browse in local shops or visit J.F. Willumsens Museum and Hansens Flødeis. All this and more make this unspoiled spot something special.
Be sure to visit the scenic peninsula of Horsherred, located between Isefjord and Roskilde Fjord, right next to Frederikssund on the other side of Crown Prince Frederik’s Bridge. In Hornsherred Frederikssund turns into farmland and idyllic country villages sprinkled with sites such as Jægerspris Castle, Manor House Museum Selsø Castle, the large organic commune of Svanholm and thousand-year-old oak trees. The southern part of Hornsherred near Skibby is part of Skjoldungernes Land National Park. Two great places to stop for refreshments are the dairy shop at Hansens Flødeis in Lyngerup and the farm shop at Svanholm.