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In this southeastern corridor of Bornholm, you aren't limited just to Nexø. In summer, you can also stay at the seaside hamlets of Dueodde or Snogebæk, immediately south of Nexø. These are more scenic places to stay, and they also open onto the island's best beaches. Dueodde is Bornholm's number one beach area, and the entire stretch of coast is filled with rolling dunes and endless strips of white sand. Snogebæk is a little seaside settlement with holiday homes, but there's no village attached to Dueodde. For the most part, residents who live in Dueodde or Snogebæk use Nexø for their services and supplies. All these destinations are essentially summer ones, and most of the places to stay close for the winter.

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