The best souvenirs in Odder are made by local enthusiasts who care about that which is near and authentic. Here are place where you can find a keepsake to take home.
Take home a keepsake that is really not 'Made in China' but, rather, created by local enthusiasts who care about all things near and authentic. Taste exquisite specialties from the area or buy them to take home to your kitchen or as a souvenir.
The Tunø Treasure Hunt is a fun activity for the whole family where the treasure is a nice and free medal in memory of the visit. Remember to pick up a free treasure map on the Tunø ferry, so you are ready for the walk around the island.
If you are visiting the island of Tunø, remember to take home smoked salt from Tunø Røgeri. The salt has been smoked for a minimum of seven days using Danish beech chips, which is apparent from the golden amber colour, the scents and, not least, the taste of the salt. Spice up your cooking by using the salt directly on the meat, fish or fresh vegetables which you can also take home from Tunø's roadside stalls every summer.
At Øko Ged & Grønt in Sondrup, you can see how goat’s cheese is made. The milk from 140 dairy goats is turned into beautiful cheeses or yogurt in the small dairy. The farm shop also sells cuts of goat meat and homemade goat’s meat sausages.
From her small workshop, Karoline Illum sells beautiful ceramics at Sondrup Bed & Breakfast where you can also spend the night after a fresh hike or bike ride in Sondrup Bakker.
Brandbygegaard is a small farm where everything is treated with care and where, at certain times, you can take a walk in the vineyard and greet the farm animals. Here, you also find Vinhuset Kvist & Vitus where you can buy their homemade sparkling apple and grape wine, cider, port, beer, gin and vodka.
The florist’s Violen has found a special way to use copper to give flowers and plants a lustrous surface. Copper-plated flowers is beautiful decoration for any table.