Take the ferry from Frederikshavn to the beautiful island called Læsø. If you click the link then you will find the time table for departure and arrival of the Læsø ferry and more.
Læsø Salt Works
Læsø Salt Works . Anyone standing in the seething hut listening to the salt-seether's tales of Læsø salt is sure to be caught up in the atmosphere in the hut, by the beam construction, the simmering of the water, and the rays of light mingling with the steam and the smoke from the fire. It's not a new phenomenon on Læsø. From the 12th century and for the next 500 years, the inhabitants of Læsø produced salt in this manner.
Seaweed houses on Læsø
Seaweed houses on Læsø They are currently working hard to save the last seaweed houses on Læsø. You can go to Læsø to see how the seaweed is installed on these old houses. Experience the unique technique behind installing a seaweed roof
Læsø Uldstue is a unique and atmospheric shop.The premises are the old stable and barn buildings of the idyllic seaweed-thatched farm "Uldgaarden". Læsø Uldstue is the place where the wool is grown.