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North Jutland has many different attractions, whether you are looking for amusement parks, monuments or natural areas.

There is always plenty to choose from, when you are in North Jutland on vacation.

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Bruuns Atelier and Gallery

Exhibition and sale of crafts and artwork from different artist and home/atelier for illustrator Lone Bruun. Read more about Bruuns Atelier and Gallery in Hals...
Type: Galleries

Aqua Park with Surf Hill Slide

Exclusive Aqua Park with 3 pools, 26o C water, a giant water slide, water cannons, bubble zone, water slide for kids, and a rippling waterfall. On the sun decks, you will find the summer’s relaxation.
Type: Amusement & theme park

Tofte Forest and Bog

The deer fence around the forest and bog of "Tofte" is about 27 kilometers long and was built in 1906. The forest covers about 500 hectares and is one of the largest coherent natural forests in Denmar
Type: Natural areas

Mulbjerge

Near the town of Dokkedal, you will find the moraine called Mulbjerge, which is characterized by its scenic view of the Kattegat and Lille Vildmose. The area reaches heights of 30 meter above sea leve
Type: Natural areas

Gudum Church

The chancel and nave are Romanesque. The west tower and the porch on the south side is the late Gothic extensions. Gudum Church is adorned with frescoes from around 1500. The altarpiece only features
Type: Churches

Trekantskoven

Trekantskoven (Triangle Forest) lies next to Koldkærskoven north of Hals. Here, there is ample opportunity for a fresh walk with fun for the whole family, and the beach is just a stone’s throw away. T
Type: Natural areas

Koldkær Forest

Koldkær Skov is a forest owned by Aalborg Municipality. It is located between Hou and Hals, spreading across 60 acres of land. It reaches all the way to the Kattegat, and was mainly comprised of moor.
Type: Natural areas

The Wolf Trench

In UIsted east for the church lies one of Denmark’s last wolf traps – known as wolf trenches. Wolves were often sighted in the area, which is where the name of Ulsted (Wolf’s Place) might refer to. Wo
Type: Natural areas

Hals Bog

Hals Mose is a beautiful, little slice of Danish nature. The marsh has a rich history, teeming wildlife, and a pretty view, and is the obvious choice for walking the dog or hiking with a close compani
Type: Natural areas

Ulsted Church

Ulsted Kirke is beautifully situated on a hill close to Ulsted town, surrounded by lush nature on all sides. The church is from the 11th century, and chancel and aisle are made of ashlar and lead roof
Type: Churches