Ærø measures roughly 20 km from northwest to southeast and varies in width from around 4 to 8 km.
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Ærøskøbing, with its narrow lanes and picturesque 18th-century houses was historically Ærø's chief town, and remains the primary port for ferry connections.
Marstal, also known as the "skipper village", from its being the home of so many sailors and captains, is the island's largest town today and is its principal commercial and shopping centre.
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) is one of the Danish Baltic Sea islands, and part of the Southern Denmark Region.
The name comes from the Danish words ær (maple) and ø (island).
Since 1 January 2006 the whole of Ærø has constituted a single municipality, known as Ærø Kommune.
Before that date, there were two municipalities on the island: Ærøskøbing Kommune in the west and Marstal Kommune in the east.