LangelandsFærgen is a Danish ferry company connecting the islands of Langeland, located between the Great Belt and Bay of Kiel, and Lolland, Denmark’s fourth largest island.
Previously known as Langelandstrafikken, LangelandsFaergen operates daily ferries between Langeland (Spodsbjerg port) and Lolland (Tårs port). This route can be used as a convenient shortcut across the Langeland Belt, avoiding the long drive around the Great Belt by hopping on the Langeland Ferry for just forty five minutes instead.
Two new ferries were introduced in spring 2012, and with three times the capacity of the old ships, there is plenty of space on-board. Both M/V Frigg Sydfyenand and M/V Odin Sydfyen are modern ferries meeting the highest standards of safety and comfort, offering a humble range of amenities owing to the short journey time. You can travel with LangelandsFærgen on foot, by bicycle or by car; enjoy the break from driving, or take your bicycle to Lolland, Langeland or Funen where a host of unique experiences await you.