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Phil wrote a review Jul 2020
Odessa, Ukraine2,172 contributions225 helpful votes
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We truly enjoyed our visit here. A piece of proud Danish history here. Well worth your time. No entry fee. Superb giftshop for you to visit to support the local traditions. This place is even a UNESCO World Heritage site
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Nicholas N wrote a review Jun 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark724 contributions171 helpful votes
It's really nice to see how they make the salt that's famous in Denmark. You can see everything for free :) If you have the time take the Rønner safari which also starts from here.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Tina Bach wrote a review Jun 2020
Noerresundby, Denmark526 contributions13 helpful votes
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During covid - not much to see - but still we got an idea how to make that special great Læsø Salt Remember to buy some home There are playground for kids
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Bardutt wrote a review Jun 2019
Kristiansand, Norway65 contributions10 helpful votes
We were 6 friends on bicykles from Vesterhavn. Saltsyderiet is like being in the old days. Its a museum and we can see how salt is made. You can also buy souvenirs and for psoriasis treatment they say products are well recommended
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Wilfred N wrote a review Aug 2018
Maarssen, The Netherlands36 contributions43 helpful votes
We cycled from Osterby to the medieval saltmaking centre in Laeso. Nice, very rural trip of about 50 minutes. Every hour, on the hour there is a short explanation on how the process works, in Danish. But the gentleman delivering the story very kindly gave us a separate presentation in english. It is one of those things you never think about (how did people actually make salt, more than they needed so they could trade it, a thousand years ago?), but which become quite interesting once you get a look at them. This is not just a museum, but an active operation, producing 300kg of high quality, very tasteful salt per day, year round. The shop on the property sells all kinds of products containing the salt, as do a few shops in Osterby and Vestero. Between cycling nthere and back, and seeing the “factory”, a nice way to spend an afternoon.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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