The Spodsbjerg - Taars service was operated by BornholmerFærgen, LangelandsFærgen & Scandlines.
The Spodsbjerg - Taars route is no longer running and there are currently no direct alternative ferry services between Denmark and Denmark either. Please browse our route, port, destination or ferry company pages to see if there is an alternative option or follow the links on this page for further information.
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The port city of Spodsbjerg is located on the island of Langeland in Denmark. There is not much to see in the town, with its grocer's shop and hotel, but it does have a pretty harbour with a café where you can sit and watch the ferries coming and going. The town's economy is linked to fishing but in 1994 a yacht harbour with 180 berths was built. From the adjacent ferry harbour there are frequent sailings to Lolland. Fishing and Spodsbjerg are naturally connected and is where you will find one of the best fishing areas in Denmark. A short distance from the town is a child friendly beach.
The island of Langeland lies between the Great Belt and the Bay of Kiel, and has a land area of 285 sq. km, with a population of around 13,000. A main source of income for the island is through grain production. There is a bridge that connects the island to Tasinge via Sio, which is a small island with a population of around 20, and the main island of Funen to the north west.
Ferries from the town's harbour departs to Taars.
The Danish village of Taars is located in Vendsyssel in the northern part of the Jutland Peninsular, and is part of the Hjorring Municipality with around 2,000 inhabitants. The village's name is thought to have been derived from the Nordic God, Thor, and was first mentioned in 1264 as Thorse, which could mean Thor's Sanctuary.
Vendsyssel is the northern most traditional district of Denmark and of Jutland and is separated from mainland Jutland by the Limfjord, and is technically a part of the North Jutlandic Island. Vendsyssel is part of the North Denmark Region.
At Taars ferry terminal you can park your car, buy tickets and stretch your legs while you wait for the ferry. From Taars on Lolland, the ferry takes foot passengers, cars, motorcycles, mopeds and bicycles to Spodsbjerg on Langeland. The crossing time on the ferry is around 45 minutes.