St Albert is a re-established embankment around old St Albert Chapel near Vejsnæs Nakke. The embankment is believed to date from the Viking Age, c. 1000, and a church was built here in the 14th century. Only traces of the church are left, however. There is a beautiful view of the entire island of Ærø from here, as well as across the sea to the north tip of Langeland and south to Germany.
A book is available for purchase at Ærø Museum/Langeland Museum which includes descriptions of all the finds from the excavations made at the site: Ærøs Sankt Alberts - kirke og fæstning (Ærø’s Church and Fortress of St Albert), by Jørgen Skaarup.