Mors and Thy with a taste of the Schnapps Route | VisitNordjylland

Mors and Thy with a taste of the Schnapps Route

Take life at a slower pace, hop on your bicycle and experience the Danish landscape at its most beautiful. Feel the wind in your hair, the sun in your eyes and spoil yourself with delicious food and schnapps.

The tour starts on Mors and also ends there after 2 nights in Thy with the North Sea, dune plantations and the Thy National park. Mors and Thy are connected by Vildsundbroen (the Vildsund Bridge) and via ferries at Feggesund and Næssund. The Limfjord both divides and connects the two areas and, as the inhabitants of Mors like to say, the best thing about Thy is the view of Mors.
With views of the fjord and sea, the route also includes many of the Limfjord area’s historic sights, cultural experiences and family-friendly attractions.
The highpoints on the Schnapps Route are ideal places to visit when your legs need a well-earned rest. 

INFORMATION: 
4 nights at inns and hotels. Half board, maps, tour description and brochures. 

PRICES: 
4 nights 403 EUR per person in a double room 

ADDITIONAL PAYMENT: 
Single room 4 nights 129 EUR

 

TOUR NO. 505

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Mors and Thy with a taste of the Schnapps Route

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(Mors and Thy) Additional payment for single room

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Morsø Turistbureau (VisitMors)

367 square kilometres of true holiday experience on the island of Mors. The biggest island in the Limfjord, known for its unique scenery, with many opportunities for active holidays and for delicious fish and shellfish caught by local fishermen. The island's varied nature ranges from the dramatic moler cliffs in the Northern part of Mors showing 55 million years of history to the more peaceful Southern part of Mors, which has rich agricultural areas and big plantations, such as Legind Bjerge. The Limfjord also leaves its mark in the landscape and has impressed locals and visitors, incuding many artists throughout the centuries. Mors has a range of small and bigger harbours around the island. The town of Nykøbing offers many interesting holiday experiences within walking distance. The town with its approx. 9,000 inhabitants is the capital of Mors.
Morsø Turistbureau
Havnen 4
7900 Nykøbing Mors

+45 97 72 04 88

mt@visitmors.dk
www.visitmors.com/ln-int/mors/mors-tourist
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