Sæby is a small town in North Jutland around 13 km south of Frederikshavn and 50 km north of Aalborg .
- Fruen fra havet (at the end of the harbour). A more than 6 meter tall statue, that was made by artist Marit Benthe Norheim in cooperation with more than 800 local school children. At night the statue is illuminated.
- Minibyen, Solsbækvej 39. A miniature version of the town as it looked around year 1900. If open it is also possible to visit the workshop where volunteers are working on new buildings.
- Old town centre, Algade, Strandgade. Here you can see characteristic yellow buildings dating back to 15th and 16th centuries, including the old town hall, the old hospital and the former poorhouse. The area also has a number of small shops and cafes.
- Sæby Church (Sæby kirke), Strandgade 5. Is the last remaining part of a big Carmelita monastery from 1470. Inside of the church there are fine examples of church frescoes (kalkmalerier) from the beginning of the 16th century
- Sæby Museum, Algade 1. A museum with various exhibitions showing the town's history in areas as diverse as religion, tourism and peasant life. Is in an old house from the 17th century in the old town center.
- Sæby Watermill (Sæby Vandmølle), Søndergade. The present watermill was built in 1710 replacing a much older mill. Can only be watched from the outside.
- Sæbygård (a short distance outside of the town center). A manor curently functioning as a museum.
- Jensens Fiskerestaurant, Havnen 7 (At the harbour), ☎ +45 98461156. A seafood restaurant
- Bella Firenze, Krystalgade 2 (In town center), ☎ +45 98464666. Restaurant serving Italian and Mexican inspired food
- Danhostel Sæby, Sæbygaardvej 32, ☎ +45 9846 365. A hostel situated at a sport arena on the outskirts of town. Close to several supermarkets, the town library and a public indoor swimming pool 125-560 dkr.