Romantic stay at Hotel Lisboa

4.36612020994796 of 5 Stars

Includes per person per stay:

  • 2 x overnight accommodation
  • 1 x Glass welcoming sparkling wine
  • 2 x 3-course menu at Restaurant Møllehuset
  • 2 x Breakfast
  • 1 x coffee and cake at Restaurant Møllehuset day, 2
  • Free rent electric bike (4 hours)

More about Hotel Lisboa

A cosy family-owned hotel in the southern part of Frederikshavn close to the roe deer in Dyrehaven and the beautiful Bangsbo area. Only a few minutes by car to the world’s northernmost palm beach and the ferry port. Many possibilities for an active holiday, e.g. fishing, riding, golfing and surfing.

Søndergade 248, 9900 Frederikshavn
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Hotel facilities

  • Free wifi
  • Pets
  • Charging station
  • Free parking
  • Restaurant
  • Airport: 60 km
  • Train: 3,5 km
  • Busstop: 200 m
  • Beach: 4 km
  • Fishing: 6 km
  • Golf: 6 km
  • 32 Rooms

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Søndergade 248
9900 Frederikshavn

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Attractions nearby of Romantic stay

  • Photo: Destination NORD

    Bangsbo Botaniske Have

    0.95 km

    Botanical garden 17.500 m2.
    English-style park, lawns & rhododendrons. Rose garden with 200 historical species. History of imported fruits/berries. Bonsai collection. Sensory/medicinal/herb garden with a variaty of 150 plants. Botanical garden: Heather, ferns, grasses, winter flowering beds, forest floor beds, canals & lakes. North Europe´s biggest column bed & beds with tuff stone.

    Read more : Bangsbo Botaniske Have
  • Photo: Bangsbo Dyrepark

    Bangsbo Dyrepark

    1.19 km

    This is also a good place for bird-watching. Follow the "oplevelsesstien" trail, that is dotted with information boards.

    It is also possible to find a playground, where the kids can play in the open.

    Read more : Bangsbo Dyrepark
  • Photo: Kystmuseet Bangsbo Fort

    Kystmuseet Bangsbo Fort

    1.37 km

    The fort was builded by the Germans under second world war og was in 1944 armed with fire 15 cm cannons from the cruiser Niels Juel. In total there was constructed 69 concrete installations on the fort – large and small.

    Frederikshavn has often played a significant role regarding wars throughout history and Pikkerbakker was almost hollowed out during the second world war.

    It is possible to visit the exhibition bunkers and experience interactive communication. The facilities feature a cinema, traditional museum communication and interactive communication.

    From the fort there is a splendid view over Frederikshavn and Kattegat. When the weather is clear, you can see both Skagen and Læsø.

    Presentation in English

    At Bangsbo Fort, signs and displays are presented in English across the museum. Brochures and written information are also available and guided tours can be arranged to accomodate English speaking guests.

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    Read more : Kystmuseet Bangsbo Fort
  • Photo: Destination Nord


    3.39 km

    The Cloos tower lies in the hills high above Frederikshavn. The view at the top rises 160 meters above sea level - where the tower itself is 60 meters high and is located in Flade Bakker.

    One of the city's more affluent inhabitants, grocer and consul Christian Cloos testified at his death in 1914 the area in Flade Bakker, as well as a sum of money to Frederikshavn Municipality demanding that a lookout tower should be erected by 1962, otherwise the money gift would accrue instead Provincial Trade Stand Support Association. In the time before the tower was built, many projects were stranded on financial or political discord. Only the requirement of realization by 1962 forced a decision through.

    The tower was in memory of his parents Consul Christian Ludvig Cloos and Oline Henriette Cloos. It was inaugurated on April 18, 1962 (21 years after the death of Merchant Cloos) and has since served as a landmark for Frederikshavn, visible to all corners of the world as you approach the city.

    The tower is today a view tower. There are great views of Frederikshavn and much of Vendsyssel. In clear weather Skagen and Råbjerg are seen in the north, Rubjerg Knude on the west coast, Jutland ridge in the south and the Kattegat islands; Kølpen, Deget and Hirsholmene and Læsø in the east. A breathtakingly beautiful landscape.

    The tower has an internal staircase with 315 steps and elevator.

    The area around the tower is serene. Here you will find tables and benches where you can enjoy your food or prepare it on the fixed grill in the square. In addition, there is also an ice cream shop and children's playground.

    It is possible to find hiking trails to the "Vandværksskoven" and Bangsbo area.

    Opening hours and ticket prices

    Read more : Cloostårnet
  • Photo: Destination NORD - Frederikshavn

    Gedebjerget - Sæby

    8.17 km

    Gedebjerget is situated raised above Sæbygård Forest.

    You only have to follow the path from the wooden pavilion "Skovlyst", pass the tennis courts to the stone showing at the right towards Gedebjerget.

    When the area is covered by snow in the winter the place is suitable as skiing and sledge hill.

    Read more : Gedebjerget - Sæby
  • Photo: Samuel Kanu

    Sæby Glaspusteri

    9.49 km

    Glass is a material of sharp contrast: Hot and extreme to work with; cool, fragile and elegant when it's finished.

    For out of season opening hours, please phone or check our website.

    Read more : Sæby Glaspusteri
  • Photo: Peter Jørgensen

    Lighthouse Hirsholm

    9.6 km

    The islands lie about 7 km north east of Frederikshavn in shallow water between Napstjert in the north and Bangsbo in the south. They were formed by blue clay and sand deposited on reefs formed in the Ice Age. The islands consist of Hirsholm and Græsholm with several islets and reefs.

    The islands are a paradise for birds, protected by law since 1929. Outside Hirsholm, all traffic is forbidden. In addition to the rare species, there are colonies of seagulls on the islands, which are also used as resting-places by migrant birds.

    The inhabitants.

    Potsherds and flint stones are proof that the islands were inhabited in prehistoric time. The maximum population of 225 was reached in the 1870's. Until 1583 the islands were Crown property, then followed a number of different noble owners. In 1884 the islands were bought by the Danish Navy and are now owned by the Ministry of Defence.

    The church and school.

    The church dates from 1641. Before this, the locals had to use the church in Elling on the mainland. Cases of children dying before baptism, and bodies waiting for up to five weeks before burial, resulted in a living being established on the island.
    Nobleman Otto Skeel built an oak half-timbered church. This was later bricked and the porch added. The islands are now part of the Parish of Frederikshavn and a few services take place each year.The first school was started in 1641, but in 1970 the islands became part of the city of Frederikshavn and the school was closed.


    From the 17th to 19th century, fishing was the main occupation. Ship-piloting, once a source of income, was discontinued in 1916, partly due to the opening of the Kiel Canal. Ship wrecks have also given extra income, and smuggling was not entirely unknown. The lighthouse and mail boat also gave employment. The 1883 lighthouse is part of the home of the lighthouse keeper, now the island's supreme authority. 

    From 1760 to 1909 the island had a combined inn and general store, the only shop the island has seen. The mail boat started in 1782 and there are now three weekly sailings from Frederikshavn. 

    Dogs and cats are not allowed !

    Read more : Lighthouse Hirsholm
  • Photo: Mette Johnsen

    Voergaard Slot

    22.59 km

    The lavish east wing constructed in a renaissance style was built between 1587 and 1591. The north wing, which housed Stygge Krumpen among others, was built in 1520 approximately. 

    If you participate in one of the tours of the castle, you will be able to hear all the amazing stories about the castle, the art collection, and the castle owners. During the tours, you might see the blood stain that does not wash away. You can also hear the story about the power-seeking palace lady, Ingeborg Skeel, who can make the blood of both young and old run cold. You might even catch a glimpse of her in the barrel-vaulted basements or in the tall tower room!  

    Formerly, the basement under Voergaard Castle was used to imprison people in “Rosedonten”, which would not have been a nice experience, since there are no windows and only one meter from the floor to the ceiling.  

    The art collections in Voergaard Castle are both a story and an experience in themselves. The castle has one of the most valuable and unique privately owned, French art collections in Denmark. The collection was brought to Voergaard by the castle´s latest owner, Count Ejnar Oberbech-Clausen, who after a long life in France bought Voergaard in 1955. Voergaard is still decorated and furnished as it was in the lifetime of Oberbech-Clausen. 

    The most beautiful manor in Denmark 

    In 2018, Voergaard castle was elected and celebrated as The most beautiful manor in Denmark in a vote by the organization Historical Houses. Historical houses state the following about Voergaard: 

    “Voergaard is a unique renaissance building from the 16th century, surrounded by the broadest moat in Denmark and outer walls measuring meters. The east facing sandstone portal, which you are met with after crossing the moat is the most distinguished manor portal in Denmark. The portal is shaped as a triumphal arch and decorated with diadem heads, doric columns, lions’ heads, and the monogram of Frederik the 2.” 

    Experience the castle 

    The castle is immensely beautiful and worth experiencing inside as well as outside. Entrance to the castle is only possible with a guide. 

    Tickets can be purchased on the Voergaard website or in the Voergaard store. 

    Entrance to the park with the widest moat in Denmark is free. 

    Every year, in the middle of July, you can experience Medieval Days at Voergaard Castle. Where the time will be turned back to 1533 and you can meet Bishop Stygge Krumpen, musicians, craftsmen, and tradespeople as well as a multitude of life, smells, and sounds. 

    During the last weekend of November and the first weekend of December, the entire family can experience the old-fashioned Christmas spirit at Voergaard. You can see the lounges decorated for Christmas and maybe buy a Christmas present from one of the several stands at the Christmas market.

    More information at  

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    Read more : Voergaard Slot
  • Photo: Eagleworld

    Ørnereservatet - Eagleworld

    24.08 km

    An attraction of world class and an experience for a lifetime!

    In the Eagle Reserve's unique shows, you not only get the opportunity to experience and learn about the earliest relation in man's relationship with birds of prey; we make sure to take you on a journey from the Viking Age up through history with classic falconry and right up to today's technological development.

    Our shows are always held outdoors on the stands that surround the lake of the Eagle Reserve, from which you have a view of the magnificent terrain as a background. With this, the stage is set for the audience to experience the birds of prey displaying their fantastic flying abilities in beautiful natural surroundings and the free and fresh air, here at Skagen.
    During the performance, which lasts approx. 1 hour, you not only get a thorough introduction to both the world and Danish history of falconry as well as its use in the present, but also an insight into the biology of wild birds of prey. Our skilled presenters contribute with an interesting lecture alongside presenting the birds in their own way. So there is not only the rush of wings to feel here at the Eagle Reserve, but also a lot to learn.

    At Ørnereservatet, they are proud not only to be able to show off our birds of prey from the ground - they always give the audience a completely unique experience that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. You get the opportunity to experience the birds up close when our falconers let them wander among the audience in the stands - You see the falcons being trained from the ground and in the difficult and classic discipline from horseback - You experience the eagles' acrobatics in the air above the display area and flying in interaction with horse and rider, and as something completely unique and modern, you can witness a genuine eagle car chase.

    In the show, you will meet a large number of different species of birds of prey. In addition to the beautiful horses and the racing car, you see three lightning-fast falcon species, four different eagle species, the mythical Lamb's vulture and during the season there are also novelties, both four-legged and winged.






    For more information about opening hours and price, go to this link.

    Read more : Ørnereservatet - Eagleworld
  • Photo: Mette Johnsen

    Råbjerg Mile

    26.49 km

    Info about Råbjerg Mile

    The migrating dune, Råbjerg Mile, is about 1km wide and 1km long, it is made of roughly 3,5 million m3 sand, and is 40 meters high. Each year the dune moves around 15 meters towards the Northeast, closer to Grenen, the top of Denmark. Attempts of afforestation did not stop the migrating dune, which is expected to cover the main road to Skagen in a century or two. Once the dune reaches an area with trees or other plantations, it takes approximately 40 years for the tree to re-emerge on the other side of the dune. The same goes for the "small lakes", indentations caused by the varying groundwater level. These lakes are in the beginning poor on nutrition and vegetations but after some time the plants are coming back.

    Råbjerg Mile on sand migration

    Behind the “mile” it leaves a small and moisty layer of sand that extended west out to Skagerak where Råbjerg Mile was formed more than 300 years in a landscape called Råbjerg Stene.

    The whole area near Skagen was affected by sand migration with sand coming from the west. Entire areas were covered in sand as the dunes formed and therefore destroyed the opportunity to cultivate the land. The inhabitants were forced to move after a difficult fight with the sand, where the sand-covered church is a proof of the fight and struggle. The church was in the end swallowed and covered by the sand. Today, only the church tower is visible and there is planted lyme grass and conifers to slow down the sand migration.

    Despite this, the area is nowadays under protection and owned by the state after strong protests from for example Jeppe Aakjær who was dissatisfied as the plantations (which should stop the sand migration) destroyed many beautiful nature areas.

    Attention: While hiking through Råbjerg Mile there can be a risk of walking into quicksand!

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    Read more : Råbjerg Mile
  • Photo: Læsø Turistbureau

    Læsø Kunst & Kultur

    31.37 km

    In 1979, the artist Per Kirkeby (1938-2018) visited Læsø. The interest in the island and the desire to be able to immerse oneself in the artistic work and in nature during long stays flourished.
    Later that year, the Kirkeby family bought a share of Haabet from the then owners, Søren and Inga Rasmussen. In the following years, the farm was jointly owned by the families.

    In the following years, the associated barn at Haabet in particular underwent a beautiful and carefully arranged conversion, where the Læsø farm's characteristic style and visibility of the rooms' original function was preserved. The redevelopment was intended to transform these areas into housing and work space for the Kirkeby family.

    After Per Kirkeby's death in 2018, Læsø Kunst og Kultur acquired the property from the Kirkeby family in 2019.

    Læsø Artist in Residence - Per Kirkeby's and Asger Jorn's artist homes on Læsø

    During the year, Læsø Artist in Residence offers a number of events in the unique artist residences, where the renowned artists Per Kirkeby (1938-2018) and Asger Jorn (1914-1973) lived and worked for many years during their stay on Læsø.

    Læsø Artist in Residence is a work and residence program for professional Danish and foreign visual artists, who are selected each year to stay at Læsø Artist in Residence in Per Kirkeby's and Asger Jorn's former artist residences.

    For the events, the artist residences will be opened to the public. Here you can experience the stories of Per Kirkeby's and Asger Jorn's work and stay on Læsø, and meet the working artists and hear more about their work.


    Read more : Læsø Kunst & Kultur
  • Photo: Turismeudvikling Hjørring

    Vendsyssel Historiske Museum

    32.66 km

    The best archaeology and contemporary history. See objects that date back 13,000 years to the present day, e.g. the only skull from an executed man, Thomas Bisp, on display at a Danish museum.  See the 3200 m2 gardens where you can have a picnic and the most attractive buildings in Hjørring. You can buy coffee, tea and cakes in the café.

    Read more : Vendsyssel Historiske Museum