Sæby Vandmølle on Sæby Å. The old half-timbered water-mill dates from 1710. The original mill is much older & belonged to Sæbygård Slot for many years. Today a private residence. Can be viewed from outside.
Sæby is the epitome of a Danish market town and the idyllic atmosphere surrounding it. The town has direct access to child-friendly beaches and local shops. Explore the old market town on the east coast, the small streets, the old but well-kept houses, the cobblestone streets.
Sæby is a popular holiday destination with a wealth of activities for you to try. Here you can stroll through the cozy streets and view the historical houses and the craftsmen in Algade, who lie side by side with the amber polisher and the glassblower. You should also visit the local harbor which during the summer has a very specific and local vibe to it. At the boardwalk along the beach and coastline, you will have a splendid view and be able to try the delicious fish restaurants, visit the museum, go golfing, or just enjoy the green forest in the area.
In Sæby you can often book a guided city walk and amber-hunt tour in both Danish and German. In September the 'Day of the Fish' is celebrated, where you will find entertainment for the entire family and of course tastings and competitions. At both Sæbygård and Voergård Castle, there are plenty of activities in the Christmas season with coziness, stalls, and entertainment.
You will find lots of great dining spots in and around Sæby.
If you are spending the night, Sæby has something for every taste, both hotels, bed and breakfasts, camping sites, cabins, hostels, and summer houses. If you want to sleep outdoors, there are also nature campgrounds.