If you are looking for fresh fish and crustaceans in and around Malmö, you must visit Fiskehoddorna. In these colorful cottages you will find the daily catch of local fishermen and a range of seafood from the west coast of Sweden. There is also a fish smokehouse where you can buy delicious smoked salmon and smoked eel. You can also buy all kinds of preparations with herring.
Fiskehoddorna means ‘the fishing huts’. There were originally about 30 fishing huts and when there were plans to demolish them, Malmö Museer decided to preserve the best preserved from different time periods. These cottages are now protected.
How to reach Fiskehoddorna?
Fiskehoddorna is approximately 1.5 km from Malmö Central Station.
The nearest bus stop is Malmö Tekniska Museet, about 450 meters away. The bus stops Malmö Skeppsgatan and Malm Kronprinsen are 750 meters away.
Address: Banérskajen, Malmö
Fiskehoddorna is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 06:30 to 13:00. In the week before midsummer they are open from Monday to Friday from 7am to 1pm. The 6 individual fish cottages can sometimes have different opening hours.
In the neighborhood
- Malmöhus Slott
- Ribersborgs Kallbadhus
- Västra Hamnen
- Turning Torso
- Malmö Saluhall