Ronne Ferries travel from the island of Bornholm to Koge in Denmark, Ystad in Sweden and Sassnitz on the island Ruegen in Germany with the BornholmerFærgen ferry operator. You can find the best ferry for you with the easy to use AFerry booking form. Below, you can find all Ronne ferry times, as well as our best deals.
Swinoujscie to Ronne / Ronne to Swinoujscie
- 1 crossings weekly
- 6 hr
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Ferries to and from Ronne
BornholmerFærgen have recently introduced two new ships which will aid in providing an essential service for passengers, mail and goods to and from the island of Bornholm.
Ronne port facilities
There are luggage boxes in Service Center Ronne. You will find Bornholms Tourist Office close to the terminal, on Ndr. Kystvej 3 (across the street from the Kvickly supermarket).
There is a two hour parking limit in front of the ferry terminal in Ronne and at the end of Finlandsvej (follow the road past the terminal). Long-stay parking is possible next to the Bornholm Visitor Centre (behind the Q8 petrol station you find a long-stay car park (Bådehavnsvej/Munch Petersens Vej).
Getting to Ronne
Follow from Hammeren (Bornholms) the road 'Fyrvej' and then turn right to Hammershusvej and continue on Slotskyngvej. Head towards Ronne city centre by turning right via Halse and then just follow the signs to the ferry port.
Local busses stop outside the BornholmsTrafikke ferry terminal.
Bornholm is a small granite island and lies about 150 km east of peninsular Denmark and 40 km southeast of the southern tip of Sweden. It is known primarily for its medieval round churches. The rolling hills are covered with rich farmland and picturesque villages and the coast is graced by long stretches of sandy beach and rocky cliffs. With more than 200 km of bicycle routes Bornholm is an an attractive island for bike enthusiasts.
Soviet aerial attacks in 1945 leveled the city, so most buildings in Ronne are modern. Nevertheless you find will find Ronne to be a charming little town if you visit its historic Old Town (Gamle Stan) with its cobble stoned streets flanked by brightly painted cross-timbered houses. Other attractions are the Hjorth's Fabrik, a Museum of Pottery originating back to 1859, the Forsvarsmuseet (Defense Museum) in the southern part of town, the Bornholms Museum, housed in a former hospital and the St Nicolai Church, which you will notice if you arrive by ferry.
Dampskibskajen 8, 3700 Ronne, Denmark