Denmark is made up of islands. Most visitors know this, and maybe that is why many plan a trip in one specific region only. But that can be a shame, since in many places crossing a bridge means a better and more diverse holiday. This is very much the case when it comes to Middelfart (Funen) and Fredericia (Jutland). Connected by the Lillebælt Bridge (crossing the ‘Little Belt’ by car takes less than ten minutes), the area offers a wide variety of experiences and activities. On the Funen side, visitors will find a host of water-related outdoor activities, from
diving to whale watching, while a captivating history and cultural life await visitors in Fredericia.