This tour’s one for culture vultures. You’ll kick things off with a visit to Voergaard Castle, a 15th-century, Renaissance-style manor house that’s now open as an art museum. Its impressive list of previous owners includes a bishop, an art-obsessed count and Denmark’s Prime Minister during the Second World War. Keep your camera handy during your walk around the grounds – the castle’s perfectly square moat and well-kept gardens are as a peaceful as they come. Inside, you’ll be able to see hundreds of paintings, including a piece by Raphael, one of the most famous artists in history. From here, the town of Saeby’s up next. You’ll stop off at St. Mary’s Church, a 600-year-old former monastery, then you’ll have free time to explore the rest of town. You can head over to the marina and take a selfie with the giant Lady of the Sea statue, then pop into one of the restaurants for a helping of local seafood. When you’re done, all that’s left is the journey back to the port.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.