Find informations about Spodsbjerg
From Spodsbjerg with LangelandsFærgen
At Spodsbjerg ferry terminal you can park your car, buy tickets and stretch your legs while you wait for the ferry, and continue your journey by bus or taxi.
From Spodsbjerg on Langeland, the ferry takes foot passengers, cars, motorcycles, mopeds and bicycles to Tårs on Lolland. The crossing time with LangelandsFærgen is 45 minutes.
Find check-in in Spodsbjerg
At the end of Spodsbjergvej in Spodsbjerg you will find a waiting room for walking passengers. Check-in takes place when boarding the ferry.
On Brovejen in Spodsbjerg you will find check-in for all vehicle types, including cars, motorcycles, mopeds, bicycles and trucks.
There is a waiting room with toilets at the harbour before the ferry, Spodsbjergvej 339 B.
Buses in Spodsbjerg
Route 800, which is operated by John’s Turistfart, runs between Odense and Nykøbing Falster via the Tårs-Spodsbjerg ferry connection. For timetables and fares, visit the bus’ website.
If you need to travel to Langeland and Funen, you will find bus timetables and fares on the Fynbus website. There is a bus stop at the ferry.
If you need transport between Svendborg-Rudkøbing-Spodsbjerg, Fynbus provides a tele taxi service. Contact Fynbus on tel. +45 6311 2255 and book transport at least one hour in advance. Read more about the tele taxi scheme in the Fynbus brochure and on the Fynbus website.
Fynbus brochure (The brochure is displayed through Issuu.)
Parking in Spodsbjerg
If you need to park your car near the ferry in Spodsbjerg, you can park by the shipping line office on Spodsbjergvej. There is both long and short term parking.
Langeland tourist and business association
Langeland’s tourist and business association – Langeland Turist- og Erhvervsforening – has brochures and a lot of useful information about Langeland and Funen. The tourist office is located at Torvet 5, 5900 Rudkøbing. Take a look at their website, where you will find a wealth of inspiration!
If you want a cycling holiday, Langeland is a cyclist’s paradise. The island is dotted with thatched timber-frame cottages and small farms nestled in an undulating terrain. At the website of the Langeland tourist and business association, it is possible to download bicycle maps with six routes.