|Archipelago||South Funen Archipelago|
|Area||4.88 km2 (1.88 sq mi)|
|Region||Region of Southern Denmark|
Strynø is a small Danish island lying west of Langeland, north-east of Ærø, and south of Tåsinge in the South Funen Archipelago. A constituent part of Langeland municipality, Strynø covers an area of 4.88 km2.
The population of the island on 1 January 2019 was 188.
Strynø hosts one shop, an inn, a kindergarten, a school (ages 5–10), and Øhavets Smakkecenter: a small maritime museum and activities centre.
A ferry service of around eight 30-minute crossings per day connects Strynø with Rudkøbing on Langeland.
- Hans Egede Saabye (1746 on Strynø – 1817) a Danish priest and a missionary to Greenland where he became an accomplished botanist.
- "Statistikbanken". www.statistikbanken.dk. Retrieved 2021-05-23.
- Velkommen til Strynø (in Danish)
- Øhavets Smakkecenter
- Welcome to the South Funen Archipelago
- Ferry timetable