Slettestrand is a recreational area boasting some of the very finest and most varied scenery to be found in Denmark– a white sandy beach of Blue Flag status, sheltered behind low dunes and no cars allowed. No wonder that this very spot was particularly favored by the Danish television channel, TV2, in connection with the shooting of the series "Badehotellet".
The Slettestrand inshore fishermen still haul their boats onto the beach each and every day, for Slettestrand is indeed a rarity, namely a small fishing hamlet which is still active. And then, it is also a spot og exceptional beauty.
Discover the wonderful scenery of Slettestrand and its environs – here you can ride, play golf or go swimming by one of the nearby towns.
Or you can set out to explore the dramatic landscape named Svinklovene in the Svinkløv Dune plantation; Bulbjerg, the only cliff to be found in Jutland; the wild fowl reserve, "Vejlerne", the largest of its kind in Northern Europe. You could also pay a visit to Galleri "Lien" where ultra-modern art is on display.
Slettestrand and its neighboring towns frequently organize events. The annual Slettestrand fête is held in July. Tilters rides at the ring, the audience enjoying a glass of beer.
If you need to take the edge off your appetite, Slettestrand provides plenty of opportunities for enjoying your lunch with a view to the sea. The seaside hotel of national fame, Svinkløv Badehotel, ranks among North Jutland's finest restaurants.
There are plenty of opportunities for spending the night in Slettestrand and its environs. Most holidaying visitors prefer to let a summer cottage, if they are not camping. Another option is the holiday centre Feriecenter Slettestrand, located quite close to the slope, Lienskrænten. The centre lets out holiday flats as well as cottages and organizes lots of activities for families with children.