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Helligdomsklipperne V. Bornholms Kunstmuseum Helligdommem
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Unique nature, but hard accessible

This site is next to Bornholms Artmuseum. It takes many steps to reach the bottom and you have to... read more

Reviewed August 28, 2018
Gunnar G
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Copenhagen, Denmark
Amazing view, crystal clear water

This is amazing place. View is just stunning but the best comes when you go down to the sea and... read more

Reviewed August 21, 2018
Macio77
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Warsaw, Poland
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Reviewed August 28, 2018

This site is next to Bornholms Artmuseum. It takes many steps to reach the bottom and you have to climb some rocks in order to get to the “Black Pot”. You can also reach the site by boat from Gudhjem.

Thank Gunnar G
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Reviewed August 21, 2018

This is amazing place. View is just stunning but the best comes when you go down to the sea and just go for little swim. Water (August) was pretty warm and totally clean. From the water the view is even better. We came there by bikes that we left at the museum and then walked down to the cliffs. There is sort of natural terrace where you can enjoy the view. This place is a must while visiting Bornholm.

Thank Macio77
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Reviewed August 13, 2018

The hike between the Art museum and Gudhjem along the cliffs is breathtaking. It takes a couple of hours for 6.5 km, especially if you want to see the bottom of the cliffs and enter the black cave - it's many steps. This means you will prefer to do it only once. Fortunately, you can take the M/S Thor to sail back from Gudhjem to the bottom of the cliff at the museum. This offers another great perspective on the cliffs and takes less than 30 minutes for a very reasonable price. Be sure to book, you can do it by email, you'll find all the info at the top of cliff down the museum.

Thank Krugg31
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Reviewed July 22, 2018 via mobile

Nice views! And you will have access to get all the way to the edges of the cliffs. But be careful there’s no fences to catch you if you fall..! At the normal viewpoints there’s fences and stairs.

Thank Discover718047
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Reviewed July 18, 2018

Nothing very amazing but ok. Not easy to navigate below the stairs. If you visit the art museum you should take a walk here as well.

Thank Ugurd
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Reviewed June 17, 2018 via mobile

Yes!
This is an amazing place to visit. It's pure nature at its best with the sea forming the coast.
There's no beach... But that's not to say you can't get a great swim.
Take swimsuits and towels along and enjoy jumping off the rocks and freshening up before delving into the deep cave/crack in the bedrock.

Thank Benjamin L
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Reviewed September 6, 2017

A fantastic place. Located about 10km north of Gudhjem - same spot as the art museum - veer some god shoes, our rubber snickers. Step stairs up and down, but well worth the trip. Bring with you a flashlight and walk the 30m in to the rocks, it’s amazing. It`s a holly place from a long time back in the history

Thank Olena1965
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Reviewed August 7, 2016 via mobile

We were amazed by the cliffs and the fact that they have built stairs and bridges to be able to access the area. It feels safe and secured and makes it possible, even with young children to see the cliffs up close. We climbed even further out on the rocks and enjoyed the beauty of the sea hitting the rocks fiercely. The shapes of the cliffs and the caves are rough and beautiful.
Make sure to bring appropriate footwear with rubber soles as the stones can be slippery.
The original sanctuary spring of water can still be seen inside the nearby art museum. The architects have made a river of the spring water running through the main 'street' of the building. Very cleverly done.
Visiting the cliffs is definitely worth the time as it is mesmerising and beautiful and not least very accessible.

Thank EiWiSu
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Reviewed July 19, 2016 via mobile

Helligdomsklipperne offers spectacular views of a ragged, rocky coastline on Northern Bornholm. Probably best enjoyed by boat (MS Thor travels from Gudhjem multiple times a day), you get a good impression from the landside.

I would recommend though to expand your visit by following the coastal tracks either north or south, well marked tracks that's not busy and offers the possibility to get really close to nature.

1  Thank matiasrake
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Reviewed February 18, 2016

We came in February on an ice cold sunny day. My fiancee is pregnant. We have a 15 year old girl with us an a 9 year old + two tiny dogs. I read about all the steps.. and it was great. We saw all the amazing sites at this place but the most and greatest experience we had on this island was then the 15 year old and myself went to the last ladder, that was frozen and dangerously slippery, down to the cave.

In this case, its the journey and not the destination that does it. If you like a thrill, go see this in winter, take every single step you can but beware, it can be dangerous if you trip. Leave the elderly up top and venture down below for the thrill.

1  Thank BrotherHelmer
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