Bojden ferry port in Denmark connects you with Fynshav in Denmark with a choice of up to 12 ferry crossings per day. The duration of the Bojden to Fynshav crossing is from 50 minutes and the crossing is operated by AlsFærgen.
The port of Bøjden nestles in the south west corner of Fyn, the second largest island in Denmark.
It offers lovely views over the bay and you'll find rows of small fishing vessels and leisure boats docked in the harbour.
There are public parking spaces and a bus stop near the terminal, with the bus times usually coordinated with the ferry’s timetable.
Bøjden is one of the country's finest areas for birdwatching, with both migrating and staging species commonly seen. The calm water in the shallow bay offers excellent angling opportunities as well.
Take road number 8 or 44 towards Faaborg. Once at Faaborg take road no. 8 towards Bøjden and Sønderborg and this will take you to Bøjden. Once in Bøjden, follow signs for the port.
There is no train station in Bøjden. Bus no. 920 runs between Bøjden and Nyborg. In Nyborg there are connecting train services.
The bus network in Bøjden is limited, but daily services operate from Bøjden to Faaborg, from where connecting bus services can be reached and connect you to other bus and train services.
Bojden Landevej 49, Bojden, 5600, Fåborg
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