The harbour consists of two basins, one for guests and one small, charming fishing harbour with the typical harbour atmosphere.
The harbour is situated in a particularly scenic natural environment in the National Park of Mols Bjerge, in the middle of Ebeltoft, so to say. Fregatten Jylland, a historical Danish steam frigate, which lies on its dry dock close to the harbour, characterizes the harbour atmosphere. The old market town has a lot to offer within walking distance from the harbour – particularly the old town hall, Farvergården, the old royal textile dyeing plant, and the Glass Museum.
On the harbour premises you can buy fresh and smoked fish, visit the harbour’s cafés and restaurants, go explore the galleries and active glass workshops, visit the small boutiques or watch the sun set from the pier.
In 2016 the guests can put the new sailor’s lounge into use, with its kitchen and view towards Mols Bjerge. There’s free wi-fi at the harbour.
The yacht harbour consists of a concrete pier for larger ships up to 45m length, 10m breadth and up to 4.5m draft. The westward pier is reserved for guests and has space for larger boats up to 50ft, 4.5m in breadth and 3m draft. On top of that there are two floating piers in the eastern part of the harbour.