Folkemødet is located on the Danish island of Bornholm: an island known for its culinary wonders, wild and exciting nature and its arts and crafts. When visiting Folkemødet, make sure to explore the rest of this magical island. 

Bornholm – The hidden gem of the Baltic Sea 

When visiting Folkemødet, don’t forget to experience the rest of what Bornholm has to offer - whether you are into nature, architecture, gastronomic delights, beautiful beaches, or impressive cliffs, Bornholms has it all. The island is known for its many skilled craftsmen who have built a reputation for Bornholm as a place where quality and aesthetics are important. Bornholm is the first place in Europe and the first island community in the world to be awarded the title of a World Craft Region - the highest accolade that can be awarded to an area's craftsmen. 

The island also features Northern Europe's largest castle ruin, Hammershus, which lies on top of a 74-meter-high cliff and welcomes you to more than 800 years of exciting history. 

Learn more about Bornholm and what you can experience while you’re visiting 

Allinge, the hometown of Folkemødet 

Folkemødet's home is the beautiful port town of Allinge, located on the northern tip of Bornholm. 
The cobbled streets in Allinge offer a wide selection of restaurants, cafes, bars, small shops, and smokehouses to visit. Since 2011 Allinge has received thousands of guests when Folkemødet takes place. This celebration of democracy completely changes the cityscape for three days in June. During the festival, the city is filled with debates, events, concerts, and parties.