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Getting There

By Train -- Skærbæk is linked by rail to the towns of Tønder, Ribe, and Esbjerg.

By Bus -- You can take a bus south from Ribe to Skærbæk and then bus no. 29 across the tidal flats to Rømø.

By Car -- Take the 10km (6 1/4-mile) stone causeway from mainland Jutland, a half-hour's drive on Route 175 from either Tønder or Ribe (there are no tolls en route).

By Ferry -- If you'd like to continue your trip to Sylt from Rømø, a car ferry departs six times daily from the Danish fishing village of Havneby to the far northern German town of List (trip time: 1 hr.). For schedules and more information, call Rømø/Sylt Linie (tel. 74-75-53-03). The price for a car (up to five passengers) is DKK320 to DKK400 ($54-$68/£32-£40), depending on the size of the car.

Visitor Information

Rømø Turistbureau, Havnebyvej 30 (tel. 74-75-51-30; www.romo.dk), is open June to August daily 9am to 6pm. It's closed every Sunday off season November to April.

Getting Around

By Bicycle -- The best way to get around Rømø is by bike. Rentals, costing from DKK50 ($8.50/£5) a day, are available at Garni, Nørre Frankel at Havneby (tel. 74-75-54-80).

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.