Kalvehave Havn is located on South Zealand near Ulvsund. The harbor is close to Queen Alexandrine's bridge. Over the years, the port has been primarily a fishing port. In the 1970s onwards, the harbor was primarily home to yachtsmen.
Bicycles are rented, it costs 50 kroner per day. In Kalvehave town, located a few hundred meters from the harbor, there is a grocery store, bank, restaurant, post office, petrol tank, and good bus connections to Stege and Vordingborg.
Ulvsund Sejlklub has a home port in Kalvehave Havn.
King Asgers High's giant parlor is well preserved. The chamber is 10 meters long and over 2 meters wide. King Asgers High is considered the largest and best preserved giant living room. The hunting lodge was excavated in 1839.
Kalvehave church is high on a hill with a magnificent view of Ulvsund. The church was built in the period 1225-1250. The church is a mixture of Romanesque and Gothic style. The altar is from the 16th century and the pulpit from 1639.
2019: - 6 m: 95, - / day. 6 - 9 m: 137, - / day. 9 - 12 m: 179, - / day. 12 - 15 m: 231, - / day. 15 - 18 m: 284, - / day. 18 - m: 420, - + 10, - per m over 18 m / day. 5th night in a row in a port under the municipality of Vordingborg is free. Electricity, bath and internet included.
Users resident in this port