The marina of Sæby, with the church
Seal of Saeby, 1584, by J.Th Hansen
Sæby is a Danish town, with a population of 8,803 (1 January 2014), in Frederikshavn municipality, Region Nordjylland on the northeast coast of Vendsyssel-Thy, a part of the Jutland peninsula in northern Denmark. Sæby was granted market rights in 1524.
Until 2007 Sæby was the main town in Sæby municipality. Since 2007 part of Frederikshavn municipality.
- Sæby Glassblowing Workshop
- Sæby Harbour
- Sæby Church
- Fruen fra Havet: 6,25 m. high statue standing on the pier at the entrance to Sæby harbour. The statue was made by artist Marit Benthe Norheim and it was inaugurated in 2001.
- Sæby Museum
- Sæby Old Town
- Sæby Teddies (two persons in teddy-bear costumes)
- Sæby Watermill
- Sæbygaard Manor: A manor house from the renaissance. Inside there is a small museum with exhibitions of historical furniture.
- Sæby Beach
- Sæby Townsquare
- ^ BEF44: Population 1st January, by urban areas database from Statistics Denmark