Gl. Ålbo – a natural pearl on the Lillebælt, a paradise for anglers, divers, nature lovers and everyone who loves water. Here porpoises cavort in the Lillebælt – even right on the coast. Here magnificent sea trout hunt in the water and majestic white-tailed eagles soar in the sky.
Gl. Ålbo is a natural pearl on the Lillebælt, a paradise for anglers, divers, nature lovers and everyone who loves the water. Here porpoises cavort in the Lillebælt – even right on the coast. Here magnificent sea trout hunt in the water and majestic white-tailed eagles soar in the air.
Gl. Ålbo Camping is a family business run by Christina og Martin and their two children. Here you will find peace and comfort from the host couple. Christina and Martin both grew up on the Lillebælt. If you are looking for interesting stories, beautiful nature or just a nice holiday, the hosts are ready to welcome you and your family.
Gl.. Ålbo offers the perfect setting for your stay. An overnight stay at Gl. Ålbo is much more than just a night at a campsite. At Gl. Ålbo you are in the first row to the sea, right in the middle of the Lillebælt Nature Park. You will find us at the tip of the Stenderup Peninsula surrounded by beech forests and only 15 km south of Kolding.
With one of the densest whale populations in the world, you have ample whale watching opportunities as more than 3000 harbour porpoises swim around in the Lillebælt. You will definitely experience the whales outside of our site, right on our jetty.
The harbour porpoise population is also an indication of fish stocks. Where there are many porpoises, there are also many fish. One should not see the porpoises as a competitor, but as an indicator. As a fly fisherman from the beach, you always have a companion in the porpoise, be it in a group or as a mother-child pair. Inflatable boat fishermen tell of porpoises following the boats to snatch the small fish that are thrown overboard. The porpoises follow the boats a few meters away. But the guests who do not fish have the opportunity to experience the porpoises.
Already in the Stone Age, the inhabitants selected the most suitable settlements. On the beach at Stenderup Hage by the Lillebælt, you can still find stone tools and remnants from the manufacture of flint tools. It proves that from the early Stone Age – and right up to the present day, people benefit from the good location. If we look a little further into the forests around Gl. Ålbo, we find burial mounds and places of worship.