There's good reason as to why the district harbour in Langaballigau has been called the most beautiful gateway to the Danish isles many times over; once you've arrived, you’ll never want to leave the resort town. Once you've arrived, you’ll never want to leave the resort town. The sea air and beautiful harbour are balsam for the soul and the enchanting atmosphere will have you feeling cured of any stress in no time. And when you think back on your time here, we guarantee that the words “relaxation" and “peace" will be the first to come to mind. Of course, relaxation doesn't mean that there is nothing to do here. Seafood lovers can buy fresh fish at the harbour and prepare it right at our barbecue sight, and anyone will enjoy the multiple shopping facilities and restaurants nearby that are perfect for preparing for the rest of your journey. Beach days are also a must: either at the natural beach right next to the harbour or with your furry friends at the dog beach nearby. In addition, those travelling with bikes should not miss out on a bike tour to the nearby nature reserve.
You can find an overview of all prices for moorings in our yacht harbour here. Our prices include the legal taxes, all changes remain reserved. Binding prices are received in response to booking requests.
Langballig: Relaxation and peace. This little hidden spot has been a resort town since 1988 and is absolutely (the) perfect (place) to let your soul relax. The prize-winning beach that lies in a protected valley and is home to many seldom plants and birds is an attraction all itself.
The harbour is named Langballigau. The unique place was built in 1920 as a fishing harbour and is now a favourite mooring place of many sailers. The harbour is within walking distance of the town.
The restaurants in Langballig are perfect for foodies who feel like a feast before continuing their cruise. The landscape museum in the nearby village Unewatt is sure to satisfy your cultural appetite as well. Unewatt is also home to a historic windmill which counts as a cultural and historical landmark.
The recreation and health resort Langballigau is considered by sailors as the gateway to the Danish South Sea.