There are rumours that Skælskør is one of the best kept secrets in the country. But after a visit to the cosy harbour town, there can be no doubt that Skælskør is certainly a gem, all of its own, in the West Zealand landscape. Skælskør is also known as the 'Sunshine City' with around 200 extra hours of sunshine a year. Among the locals, who number around 6,500 inhabitants, the town is also known as 'Skålskør'. The many well-preserved, old and quirky houses help to enhance the town's historical background. There are also plenty of opportunities for shopping in the many pottery shops and a visit to the cosy harbour, which is the centre of a number of cultural experiences, including the 'Kulturkajen', where there are exhibitions of arts and crafts and hobby and leisure activities. And how about a trip on board the Skælskør V, which is always ready to take its guests on a mini-cruise around the area and the surrounding islands.
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