Valdemar’s Castle is located near the extremely beautiful and idyllic town of Troense on Tåsinge. Valdemar's Castle was built back in 1644 by King Christian IV for his son Valdemar Christian, hence the name Valdemar's Castle. Niels Juel bought the castle in 1678 for the prize money he had with the king in connection with the Battle of Køge Bay. Barely 100 years later, his grandson bought very large parts of Tåsinge.
Valdemar's Castle is located directly facing the South Funen Archipelago with sweeping vistas over Langeland and Thurø.
Where can I spend my castle holiday at Valdemar’s Castle?
There are two holiday homes in the former steward's residence at Valdemar’s Castle which is located adjacent to the castle and has fantastic views of Svendborgsund and the Baron’s former home, Lille Kærstrup, found at the driveway to the park area of Valdemar’s Castle.
Valdemar’s Castle is located only 7 km from the old royal borough of Svendborg. You can also go on a fabulous trip to Svendborg on the ferry M/V Helge and experience the old waterway from Tåsinge to Svendborg.