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See the light in Skagen

See the light in Skagen

The pinnacle of Denmark is without compare, it's superb, its wonderful... We could go on. Something very special happens where Denmark finishes with a point and we feel that at least once in your life, you should feel the sand between your toes out on the Grenen sandbar spit. Everyone talks about the light in Skagen. Have you seen the light? On certain days, there is a special glow. For centuries, it has attracted artists. Just visit the museums and galleries in Skagen to witness the magic...

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Råbjerg Mile – The country's largest migrating dune

Råbjerg Mile – The country's largest migrating dune

Råbjerg Mile is a quite unique natural phenomenon, and one that is in fact hard to pinpoint. The ‘Mile’ is Denmark's largest migrating dune; even planting has not arrested its travels. Here, you feel as if stranded in a desert. It’s hard to understand that such wonderful nature exists right in the middle of North Jutland. The mile covers an area of roughly two square kilometres and can reach an altitude of 35 metres above sea level. Råbjerg Mile is a piece of...

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On your bike!

On your bike!

To lovers of cycling, this area is a dream. Many excellent cycle paths exist across the area – starting at the gates of the camp site! There is for example the East Coast / West Coast route all the way to Skagen. Another once-in-a-lifetime ride is over the heath behind Råbjerg Mile. Enjoy the peace, listen to birds and feel part of the moment. No cars will interrupt your journey, though large ships may be seen close by. Read more about cycling paths Bring your bike, or rent...

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Out on the ‘Grenen’ spit

Out on the ‘Grenen’ spit

Two seas meet at Denmark's most northerly point: the Skagerrak and the Kattegat. Many tourists are keen to try standing in the water, one foot in each sea. To reach the point, one takes a half-hour stroll through some awe-inspiring landscape before feeling soft sand underfoot. Another way is to hail the Sandworm ‘train’, whose tractor pulls a carriage back and forth throughout the day. Read more about Grenen here: www.naturturist.dk – Nature Tourist North Jutland:...

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Skagen town

Skagen town

Where a happy holiday feeling, captivating art and living culture unfold under the spotlight. Skagen is a convivial, charming town, which draws you back again and again. Experience Denmark's famous art and culture treasures here, starting perhaps with Skagen Museum, an exciting destination with both a permanent exhibition of the famous Skagen painters of the 18th century and visiting exhibitions. Here is a selection of cultural venues to inspire: Skagen Museum Michael and Anna...

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Fårup Sommerland

Fårup Sommerland

A family excursion to Fårup Sommerland Gather your family members together, pack the car and head off for a great day in Fårup Sommerland. Just half an hour’s drive from the camp site, you will find the best amusement park in the North, with activities for all the family. Fårup Sommerland has an aqua park, entertainment for the adventurous, and a children's ‘Tivoli’ for the younger members of the family. When you need to replenish energy levels, there is a...

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North Sea Oceanarium

North Sea Oceanarium

Barely half an hour from First Camp Råbjerg Mile - Skagen lies the largest aquarium in Northern Europe, at Hirsthals. It is certainly worth a visit: young and old alike will learn a lot from it. This is a place to encounter life under the surface of the North Sea – at close quarters! Yes, you can even touch the fish. The Oceanarium has an impressive 4.5 million litres of water and 2-3,000 fish; a sealarium with daily feeding times; inspiring exhibitions; and stories of the open...

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Experiences around and about – for children

Experiences around and about – for children

Remember to bring bikes if you and your family want to explore North Jutland. The countryside is sure to surprise you. Roll around on the massive sand dunes at Råbjerg Mile, where you will feel dwarfed by the vastness of the dunes. Can you climb a dune?

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