Some little facts about Vang
Vang was originally a fishing hamlet and until a few years ago also served as a shipping port for granite quarried in the Ringebakker hills.
A visible reminder of recent granite production is the Vang Pier extending into the sea south of the village. The history of the area's granite quarrying and production is presented in the small thatched building on the waterfront.
Right in the vicinity of the fishermen's village Vang we find the water mill (Vandmølle) which is protected as a historical monument.
It was built in 1811 and was in operation until 1905. Hammershus The castle ruins are on a rock 74 m above the Baltic Sea and are surrounded by a 750 m long circular fortification wall.
It was always an important national emblem and the pawn of the feuds between the church and the royal dynasty