Saelvig ferry port is located on Samso, an island of indescribable beauty, offering 114 km2 of stunning coast and countryside. There are 22 cosy villages, including the village of Nordby that in 1990 was rewarded `The Best Preserved Village of Denmark'. Using the simple booking system from AFerry, you can book ferries from Saelvig to Hou on the main Jutland peninsula in Denmark. The Saelvig to Hou route operates through the SamsoFærgen ferry service and connects the island of Samso to the Danish mainland. Below, you can find Saelvig ferry times, as well as our best deals.
Ferries to and from Saelvig
On board with SamsoFærgen you can find a range of facilities to make your journey more enjoyable. On the bottom deck you can find a cafeteria and a playroom for younger children, while on the top deck you can find an entertainment lounge where you can enjoy a show with a glass of wine or whatever takes your fancy.
Saelvig ferry port is located on Samso, an island of indescribable beauty, offering 114 km2 of stunning coast and countryside. There are 22 cosy villages, including the village of Nordby that in 1990 was rewarded `The Best Preserved Village of Denmark'. The mild climate is optimal for growing fruits and vegetables of all kinds, and you will frequently find side-of-the-road stalls selling local produce, enabling you to bring home a taste of Samso.
Saelvig is the main ferry port on the island of Samso, located on the west coast peninsula, offering connections to the nearby port town of Hou, located on the Jutland peninsula. You can book all ferries from Saelvig online with AFerry
Saelvig port facilities
Saelvig's port facilities are only basic owing to its small size.
Getting to Saelvig
The island of Samso is small and the port is clearly signposted from all over the island.
Sælvig Havn, 8305 Samso, Denmark