Farø is the third Danish island we've visited in as many days and by far the smallest with an area of less than 1km sq. and a population of only 5 people! It is however well connected. The E55 links it via the Farø bridges to both the island of Falster, where we woke up this morning and Zealand, the largest of Denmark's islands and home to its capital city. To the south east, Farø is joined via causeway to a third island, Bogø, which is where we intend to travel tomorrow.
The day was rainy and windy when we woke and this is the way it stayed. We filled and emptied Martha Motorhome at a transport centre then took the south Farø cable bridge over the Storstrømmen Sound to tiny Farø. With a span of 290m the bridge was longer than the island was wide! It may have been small but our island of choice for the night hosted a good sized parking area where we could see half a dozen other vans and lines of lorries. Vicky wasn't feeling up to exploring so we parked up with a view of the bridge and she snuggled up with her throw, a hot water bottle and a nice big cuppa and that's how we spent the rest of the day.Read more