Agersø has been inhabited since the Stone Age, and the island’s history includes many high points. Today, the island is a pleasant, relaxed community with the harbour as a natural meeting point during the summer months. Agersø boasts more than 100 holiday cottages, 2 campsites and an inn. The many beautiful parts of the island make it an obvious choice as a holiday destination, where the stress and pressure wash away in the wake of the ferry.

What to do on Agersø

On Agersø there is peace and quiet, it may seem as if time stands still. And yet Agersø is an active island with a very committed people who create experiences and activities for each other and their visitors. 

Read more in the Agersø & Omø magasin 2013


Agersø-Omø turistmagasin 2013

Guidede ture på Agersø

Oplev den moderne ø-verden, få historierne om og af ildsjælene. Byvandring med guide og guidede cykelrundture

Dinner on Agersø

On Agersø you can enjoy a freshly prepared meal with the island's own products or buy fresh Agersø raw materials to take home to your own kitchen.

Get to Agersø

You get to Agersø by ferry from Stigsnæs on Zealand. You can also get to the island in your own boat.

Agersø is centrally located in the Great Belt and visited easily from Næstved, Karrebæksminde, Skælskør, Korsør, Kerteminde, Nyborg, Lundeborg , Lohals og Omø. 

You can rent a sea kayak on Agersø Island to enjoy the Island from another point of view

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