Buy your own Danish island

Get 100 hectares to yourself off the coast of west Zealand

If you’ve ever dreamt of owning your own island, now is your chance. Oh, and all you’ll need is the paltry sum of 23.5 million kroner.

The 100-hectare island of Egholm, situated off the coast of west Zealand near Skælskør, includes a huge 626 sqm house and three summer homes on the island’s coastline.

The island, for sale via the Boliga real estate website, has been owned for the past 30 years by a company that used it as a conference and education centre.

READ MORE: Historic Danish island for sale

Animal sanctuary
The island has a strong nature element to it and is a sanctuary for many ducks, pheasants and deer.

Egholm is actually connected to the island of Agersø, from where there is a ferry connection to Zealand.

See more images of the island here.

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