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Asaa

Asaa

Asaa is a small fishing village with about, 1300 inhabitants, located on the east coast of North Jutland. The area offers a really nice child-friendly beach and some beautiful nature, with lots of adventures waiting for you and your family.

 

Asaa is a popular holiday destination for camping, yachting enthusiast and holiday home guests. The village boasts a characteristic island harbour, at the end of a 450-meter dam. From, 1914-1968 the village had a railway connection via the neighbouring town Dronninglund, to the capital of North Jutland, Aalborg.

Asaa Beach

Asaa Beach is known as one of the best on the east coast. A stretch of coast without any dangerous sandbanks, here you can let the kids roam free, the beach is both handicap and child-friendly. The waves are small and the water is shallow, the blue flag tells you the beach and the water is of high quality and is often controlled. During the summer months, you can find small beach huts on the beach, these give a special atmosphere to the area. 

Muslingeskaller ved stranden

Asaa Habour

Along the road to the harbour of Asaa, you will find characteristic red-painted fishermen's huts from the 1930s. In one of these, you will find a small yet informative and cosy fishing museum, with a collection consisting of fishing tools, motors, ship radios and much more. The harbour itself is located on a small peninsula, almost island, only connected to the land by a dam, for the cars and foot traffic to use.

Asaa lystbådshavn
Asaa

On the harbour in Asaa, you will often find live music and a special atmosphere. Every Thursday during the summer season you can explore the flea market and by new or old goods.

The area south of the harbour is called "Krebsehavet" (Crayfish sea) and is an attractive area for windsurfers.