Ronne ferry port in Bornholm is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Swinoujscie, Sassnitz, Ystad & Koge available. With a selection of up to 46 Sailings Weekly, the port of Ronne connects Bornholm with Poland, Germany, Sweden & Denmark.
Sailing durations range from 1 hour 20 minutes on the Ystad service to 6 hours 30 minutes on the Swinoujscie service.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Ronne fare search.
Ronne is situated on the southwest of the Danish island of Bornholm, resting in the Baltic Sea. The ferry routes departing the port head to other areas of Scandinavia and other coastal resorts in Northern Europe, ranging from just over an hour to five and a half hours.
Scandinavian islands tend to be naturally simplistic places and Ronne doesn’t belie the stereotype. Copious parks grace the inland and tempting walking trails punctuate the shoreline, head there and you’ll find many travellers with their hiking boots and backpacks. Much of Ronne’s charm lies in its relentlessly breathtaking landscape - towering cliffs impose themselves over the verdant land – almost all of Ronne affords a view worthy of a postcard picture. It is most worthwhile to visit in the spring and summer months when the weather grants more opportunities for a leisurely stroll.
It would be easy to believe that Ronne was designed purely for nature lovers, however, the town centre holds many attractions to entertain visitors. St. Torv marketplace lures tourists and locals alike with the array of authentic products and fresh food – for those looking for a souvenir – this is the place. Surrounding the market is the stunning fountain and a granite sculpture, showcasing the architectural history of Ronne. To further your quest for culture, book tickets for Bornholm Concert Hall or visit Denmark’s oldest theatre.
Parking is ubiquitous around Ronne so travelling by car is generally considered the best option. Active types tend to travel by foot, with the journey between the harbour and the old town not proving too arduous.
From Hammeren follow the road Fyrvej and then turn right to Hammerhusvej and continue on Slotskyngvej. Head towards Rønne city centre by turning right via Halse and then follow the signs for the port.
There are no trains on Bornholm.
The local buses depart right outside the port and times are normally scheduled after the ferries arrival/departure.
There is short term parking in front of the port and south of the port. The port also has long term parking which is located behind the Q8 petrol station and cost 20 DKK per 24 hours. Long term parking is supervised.
Finlandsvej 3, 3700 Rønne
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