Iconic sailboats adorn the wide sandy beach - despite the cozy look, they are not just for decoration but fully functional. Side by side with surfers, the boats sail out on the rushing sea to catch the day's fish. A recognized surfing environment and old fishing traditions like these can only be found in Klitmøller. Tets your surf skills, ride on the waves and feel the strong Atlantic swell from Iceland and the Faroe Islands drifting towards the coast testing.
Klitmøller is surrounded by the raw North Sea on one side, and scenic Thy National Park on the other. Surfing in Klitmøller has existed since the 1980s, and the popularity is still growing. The name Cold Hawaii originates from the surfer culture due to the fantastic weather conditions, the challenging winds and waves, just like in the American island state of Hawaii. Cold Hawaii covers the entire western coastline in Thy based in 'Hummerhuset' on the beach in Klitmøller.