Sam and Jeroen

would like to thank all of you planning to join us

for the wedding celebrations from 21st to 23rd May 2020.

Calendar details will be posted by 1st May 2020.

Looking forward!

BY CAR

Arriving from central Europe, you take the ferry in Hou near Odder with numerous daily departures to Saelvig. The trip takes 60 minutes.

Arriving from Northern Europe, the ferry departs in Kalundborg and arrives in Ballen. The trip takes 1 hour and 15 minutes.

https://www.visitsamsoe.dk/en/transport/ferry-to-samsoe/the-jutland-route-samsoe-rederi/

BY PLANE

Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup is the main international airport serving Denmark. The airport is located on the island of Amager, 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) south of Copenhagen city centre. From the airport, you can

take the train to Copenhagen central station or pick-up your rental car.

BY TRAIN

From Copenhagen to the island, you take the train to Kalundborg,

where the ferry to the island departs. This trip takes approx. 1,5 hours.

The station is 100m from the ferry.

https://www.dsb.dk/en/

Samsø has accommodation for every taste and pocketbook.

Find a place that suits you...

GENERAL

https://www.visitsamsoe.dk/en/accommodation/

 

HOTELS

https://www.booking.com/

HOLIDAY HOUSES

https://www.samsoferienhaus.de/

CAMPING

https://www.saelvigbugtens-camping.dk/

21.05.2020

Day of arrival.* Welcome dinner. More details soon...

22.05.2020**

Wedding celebrations. More details soon...

23.05.2020

Brunch and activity. More details soon...

 * Your presence is your present. 

** Cocktail attire (women in dresses, men in suit and tie)

 

Samsø is a small island with a population of 3,724, located eastward off the Jutland peninsula in the Kattegat. Due to its central location, the island was used during the Viking age as a meeting place.

Samsø is renowned for delicious local produce and beautiful scenery. However, the Danish island in Kattegat is also an extremely climate friendly travel destination. In fact, Samsø has been 100 percent energy self-sufficient with renewable energy for over 10 years – and visits to the island are completely CO2 neutral.

https://www.visitsamsoe.dk/en/