The harbour city Holbæk by Isefjord in West Zealand

Glacial landscapes and fjord life in West Zealand

Ryegaard park and estate

Destinations by Isefjord in West Zealand

Explore the stunning Ice-Age-shaped landscapes of West Zealand by the coasts of the Danish fjord Isefjord. Here, you can go on a family trip to the harbour city Holbæk, go cycling along the coast with friends or eat ice cream by the iconic and Instagramable bridge, the Munkholm bridge. 

The harbour city Holbæk

The harbour city Holbæk, by the Danish fjord Isefjord, is the biggest city in North West Zealand. The harbour oozes of maritime culture with boat trips and restauration of old wooden ships. Explore the city’s attractions, from Holbæk Museum to the Turkish bath, murals and the egg museum.

Tuse Næs

The peninsula Tuse Næs is surrounded by the three fjords Lammefjord, Isefjord and Holbæk Fjord. Therefore, Tuse Næs is a great place for hiking and cycling. Explore the beautiful landscape, the farm shops, an apple orchard and art on Tuse Næs, north of Holbæk.

Orø - the perle of the Isefjord

Explore the time pocket and unspoiled idyll on the island Orø in Isefjord, West Zealand. Hop onboard the ferry from Holbæk to Orø or from Hammer Bakke to Orø, and enjoy the fresh air, the fjord and the calmness of the island. On Orø you can enjoy outdoor life and island life.

The Nature Park Åmosen

South of Holbæk in West Zealand, you will find the Åmosen Nature Park. It is the perfect place for anyone who loves hiking, far away from the busy city life. Take a walk around the lake Skarresø and explore the many farm shops.

The hills of Brorfelde

The area south of Holbæk is sometimes called the Zealand Alps or Brorfelde Bakker, because of the beautiful, hilly landscape - a unique glacial landscape with lakes, unique views, golf courses, farm shops, and Denmark's largest star observatory.

Tempelkrogen and Dragerup

Tempelkrogen and Dragerup are located east of Holbæk, along the Isefjordens most southern part, in a beautiful area with campsites, forests, farm shops, a marina and some of West Zealand's best restaurants.