information about Pellinge the association
Pellinge Hembygdsförening rf was founded in 1936 by a group of active people from Pellinge. The task and aim of the association is to take care of the collection of historical material from the late 19th and early 20th century in order to exhibit how people in the archipelago lived in those days. At the same as we preserve the Pellinge culture and heritage we also work for an active and vital Pellinge of tomorrow.
The Museum Hörbergsgården is a house transferred to its current site from the Söderby village. Other buildings belonging to the museum are two houses where boats are kept, a stable, a smithy, a barn and a sheep house.
In 2017, the museum is open on Sunday from 12 noon until 3 p.m. from 11 June until 13 August.
Free admission during opening hours. Guided tours at other times 50 €/group, inquiries pellingemuseum(at)gmail.com.
In the small museum shop you can buy books, maps and charts in addition to local handicraft as well as cards with maritime and nature motifs from Pellinge. Cash payment only.
Maps and charts
Klovharun is a private property where landing is only allowed during the open house week, which in 2018 starts on Saturday 14 July at 12 noon and ends on Friday 20 July at 7 p.m. N.B.! The daily visiting hours are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. During this week you can also privately visit the island with your own boat. Staying overnight is not possible. During other times the cottage is in private use and closed to visitors.
Commercial trips to the island are only allowed on special permission granted by Pellinge Hembygdsförening. All media representative visits are subject to a fee and should have a special permission granted by Pellinge Hembygdsförening. All inquiries should be sent well in advance to pellingeklovharun[at]gmail.com.
Any imagines clicked, footage taken and illustrations or motives created at/of Klovharun may only be used for personal and non-commercial use. The use of this material for business or professional purposes including, but not limited to, publicity materials, websites, books, newspapers, magazines and exhibitions etc. must be approved by PHF and is subject to a media fee.
Private people can rent the cottage on a weekly basis from Saturday to Saturday for a maximum of three people at a time. Applications for the next summer season (including arguments and wishes regarding timing) can be sent to pellingeklovharun[at]gmail.com in January and February the same year. The applications will be reviewed thereafter and the applicants will be informed in April. In 2018 the rent is 600 €/week.
Guided tours will be arranged to Klovharun during the open house week. Additional information on these trips will be published on this website latest at the beginning of the summer each year. Advance bookings are not possible before the tour timetable has been published. The terrain is challenging for people with restricted mobility. Dogs, cats and other pets are not allowed on the island. All guided tours are arranged weather permitting.
Vacancies on each trip are shown in the calendar.
People visit the island (cliffs, bridge and cottage) at their own risk.