Experience the wonder of the \”Våde Ovn\” (Wet Oven), an extraordinary sea cave situated between the picturesque Allinge and the historical ruins of Hammershus on the island of Bornholm. This fascinating cave is accessible only by boat, adding an extra layer of adventure for nature lovers. Our esteemed company, Bornholmsbaadfart.dk, proudly provides boat trips to the Våde Ovn. Weather permitting, our vessels not only approach the cave but may also journey a short distance inside, offering visitors an up-close and personal experience with this stunning geological feature. The tour to Våde Ovn is far from ordinary; it\’s a 40-minute excursion that unveils some of Denmark\’s most striking cliff formations, including løvehovedet (lion\’s head) and kamelerne (camels). These impressive cliffs serve as some of Denmark\’s largest bird rocks, drawing admirers from all corners of the country. Bornholm island has a distinct vernacular, and \”Oven\” is a local term for cave, hence the intriguing name Våde Ovn, or \’wet oven\’, a title given for its recurrent inundation by seawater. The creation of the Våde Ovn is a testament to the power of nature, formed through countless years of relentless sea waves eroding along a vertical crack in the granite rock. The result is a tall, narrow cave featuring a characteristic lenticular or triangular profile. Believed to be the longest cave in Denmark at an impressive 70 meters, the Våde Ovn stands as a monument to the beauty of natural geological processes. Although our leisurely boat tours offer an appealing and convenient way to visit the cave, adventurous explorers have alternative options. The Våde Ovn is just a 200-meter paddle from Hammerhavn, making it a tempting destination for kayaking enthusiasts. Embark on a journey to discover the remarkable Våde Ovn – a wet oven like no other. Your voyage into the heart of Danish natural wonders begins with Bornholmsbaadfart.dk.
Experience the wonder of the \”Våde Ovn\”
May 22, 2023
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