Agersø is a beautiful Danish island located between Storebælt and Smålandsfarvandet and there are about 180 lucky inhabitants who can enjoy the very scenic island from close range. Take the ferry from Stignæs, which is about 10 km southwest of Skælskør, to get to the island.
The best way to experience Agersø is to go on safari with the 'Tractor Bus', pulled by the pride of the island, a John Deere 2130 tractor from 1977. The trip runs from south to north and gives a good impression of the unspoilt nature and the beautiful and wild nature areas completely surrounded by water and with a fantastic bird life. See the old cannon battery from the 1812 British wars or perhaps find a fossil on the shore, it just takes a little patience. If a fishing trip would be interesting, Agersø is also a good place to start. Turbot, plaice, sea trout, salmon and many more delicious fish species can be found in the waters around Agersø. Agersø Sund, which separates the island with Zealand, is the deepest water in Denmark and is also called the 'Danish Philippine Grave'. Don't forget to visit the cosy little town of Agersø, and if you have time, take a trip down to the small marina and experience the great atmosphere.
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