On the map of Denmark, Bornholm is the island you can see in the bottom half at the right side, under Sweden.
"Rønne" is the name of the biggest town on Bornholm.
As Denmark consists of the Jutland peninsula and over 400 islands, you will notice on the map that the whole country is surrounded by water, except near the border between Denmark and Germany, the borderline here is about 68 kilometres.
Apart from the borderline to Germany, Denmark is connected with a bridge to Sweden (Copenhagen to Malmö).
Denmark is very flat, especially the western half of the Jutland peninsula.
Denmark has an area of just over 43,000 square kilometres.
The two pylons on the Big Belts suspension bridge are the highest points in Denmark with a height of 254m above sea level, the highest point on land is Møllehøj with a height of 170.86 m above sea level.
Møllehøj is located near the town of Skanderborg on the Jutland peninsula, and you can find it on the map just south west of Aarhus.
The roads are of a good standard in Denmark and getting around is easy.
However if there has been a long and cold winter, as we get now and again, take care during spring. There may be a few potholes along the way, until they get around to fixing them.
A lot of the islands are connected with bridges but to get to some of them you will need to catch a ferry, most ferries can carry cars but some of them only allow people and bikes.
For More Information See Getting Around In Denmark.