Sønderho is a tiny settlement in southwestern Denmark, with a population of 299 as of 1 January 2021. It is located near the southern point of the island Fanø.
Landevejen is the main street in the village. It has been restored with cobblestone gutters that are completed with grass and cobblestones that go up to the cottage fences. These practical traffic-calming techniques aim to minimize wheeled traffic in the hamlet so that tourists and holidaymakers may enjoy it on foot. To complete the urban decoration, the local government provided new traditional street lights and signposts to make everything seem lovely and harmonious.