Everyone knows the Spanish pilgrim route the Camino, but have you heard about the Amarmino? To attract more people to the nature around Copenhagen clever marketing folks have named a 29 km long route on Amager, the Amarmino. The hike starts at DR-byen (the Danish Broadcasting corporation) in the north, just 4 km from Copenhagen Town Square, and follows trails across Amager until you reach the cute fishing village Dragør in the south. The route is surprisingly diverse and easy to follow as it's marked with signs all the way. The first section takes you past the new development at Sluseholmen and under the highways. From here the route follows the coastline for a while, before it takes you along meadows with grazing cows on a backdrop of Ørestad's skyline. The open landscape is an important bird sanctuary, where rar migration birds can be seen. The route then continues through woodlands and birch forest, until you again hike along the windswept coastline. The route breaks off into the forest at Kongelunden, where it swings by one of the big wooden giants made by the scrap artist Thomas Dambo. The last stretch follows the beach trail, which is wedged between houses and the Baltic Sea. Eventually you will end up in front of Dragør Badehotel, where the journey ends. It will probably take about 6-7 hours to do the full hike. Spend some time in picturesque Dragør before catching the bus back to Copenhagen.