Looking for free activities and attractions for the whole family? Here is our list of things to do in the North of Denmark, where the value is high and the cost is zero.
Bulbjerg is Jutland's only rock, which is 47 meters above sea level and is also called for "The Shoulder of Jutland". Besides providing an amazing view over the North Sea, the lime stone rock is also the home of many different bird species; for example 500 black-legged kittiwake (the world's most common sea gull), Northern gannets, skuas and other birds.
For visitors to North Jutland, a visit to Skagen and Grenen – the northernmost point of Jutland – is an absolute must. Do not cheat yourself of this fascinating meeting with the grandeur of nature’s forces. Combine this experience with a visit to the beautiful town of Skagen, sometimes translated into the Skaw, and its surrounding historical memorials.
Thy National Park is renowned for its wealth of fantastic nature and more sunshine hours than in the rest of the country. The area offers the opportunity to experience the wide open spaces and feel the sand between your toes, as well as providing lots of adventures both in the natural surroundings and in the many other attractions the National Park also has to offer.
Rubjerg Knude Fyr is one of the trademarks of North Jutland and is a popular excursion target for both locals and tourists. If you are travelling to North Jutland, you should not miss this opportunity to experience this historical lighthouse, which is expected to crash into the oceans before the year 2020.