The vessel JANTAR sails all year in passenger traffic between the Polish port of Kołobrzeg and the Danish port of Nexo on the Danish island of Bornholm. Modern equipment ensures comfort and safety in all conditions. Apart from liner connections we also organise conferences, receptions, banquets and attending to trainings connected with sea cruises al well as attractive programme of sightseeing on Bornholm. The vessel can also be chartered for any voyage in the Baltic.
Bornholm, which is called ‘Majorca of the North’, is a magnet for all those longing for a variety of nature, tranquillity and unique scenery.
Bornholm is a small Danish island in the Baltic. It has an area of 588 sq. km, 150 km of coastal line and 40 km distance between furthest capes. It is located just 100 km from Kołobrzeg.
The island is a dream place for cyclists who want an active holiday. Many choose this means of transport thanks to convenient and safe cycling lanes that cover the island in a dense web. Short distances between sights of interest are an advantage.
Bornholm is a place where nature and culture join in harmony. The number of historic buildings is impressive. The most precious are white, Roman, rotunda-shaped churches dating back to the 12th century, the only ones in Scandinavia, and the biggest stronghold in Northern Europe, the ruins of the Hammershus Castle and a maritime fortress on the stony island of Christianso located about 18 km off the coast of Bornholm.
The inhabitants of the island bid warm welcome tourists. They do their best so that unforgettable memories would make them come back. Holiday makers are offered comfortable hostels, camp sites, holiday cottages and beautiful hotels. Most sophisticated palates shall be catered for by numerous restaurants, bars and cafes. It is at every turn that you can come across charming villages and picturesque fishing settlements. Both the day of today and modern technology go hand in hand with mysterious past enchanted in the remains of the past. While roaming the island you must visit one of the numerous craft shops and traditional fish smoke houses to try local delicacy being smoked herring.