We love a day trip further afield to see the sights, Sydhavshuset is perfectly placed not too far from the Danish capital Copenhagen, with Sweden to the Northeast and Germany to the South.


From Sydhavshuset it is a less than 2 hour drive to Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. One of our favourite places in Copenhagen is Tivoli, a 19th-century theme park, both amusement park rides, ballet, concerts and fireworks, and seasonal activities such as icerink and Christmas market in winter.

The Little Mermaid
2100 København Ø

Vesterbrogade 3
1630 København V
Tivoli website

The Round Tower
Købmagergade 52A
1150 København


From Sydhavshuset you can take the ferry at Gedser across to Rostock in Germany, a trip which should take approximately 2.5 hours by car. The ferry trip itself is fun, and Rostock has several unique museums, for example the Cultural History Museum in a 13th century nunnery and the Maritime Museum on a former cargo ship.

The Rostock Cultural History Museum
Klosterhof 7
18055 Rostock, Germany
Cultural History Museum website

Rostock Shipbuilding and Maritime Museum
Schmarl Dorf 40
18106 Rostock, Germany
Shipbuilding and Maritime Museum website


From Sydhavshuset it is just over a 2 hour drive to Malmö, Sweden, via Copenhagen and over the Øresund Bridge which connects Denmark and Sweden. With a beautiful historic centre, we like visiting to go shopping.

Stortorget Historic Market Sqaure
211 18 Malmö, Sweden

Malmö Castle
Malmöhusvägen 6
211 18 Malmö, Sweden