Høyevarde Fyrhotell

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Discover the Høyevarde Fyrhotell, which was once an active lighthouse dating back to 1858.

Høyevarde Fyrhotell was constructed during an era marked by global exploration that defined much of the 15th through the 17th centuries.

Dating back to 1858, the current lighthouse replaced the original structure from 1700. In 1700, Heinrich Petersen Ysted was granted a royal licence to operate the lighthouse at Høyevarde, where its vast coastline could help mariners find their way home. The present lighthouse still comprises the lighthouse keeper’s house, customs building, boathouse, warehouse, and wood-fired bakery.

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