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Rødhus

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In a fantastic area of outstanding natural beauty, right up at the North Sea, you will find the attractive holiday destination of Rødhus, south of Blokhus.

The area is a destination of choice for nature lovers who want to have their holiday in a peaceful beach setting but at the same time want to be close to the many activities, sites and amusements which Northern Jutland has to offer. Huge horizons, the old dune plantations, broad sandy beaches and a fantastic natural setting bring peace to the soul and re-charge the batteries.

Rødhus Beach

Rødhus Beach is a beautiful sandy expanse with blue flag status. The beach is shielded by grass-covered dunes, and driving on the beach is permitted. The old village was deserted to the drifting sands at one point but has been reborn as a holiday resort with holiday cottages, holiday resorts, campsites and some farms. The area’s holiday cottages are carefully placed such that they blend into the landscape. Each cottage has extensive grounds attached and there are large stretches of heathland between them.

In the summer months, you can visit working peat cutters. Close by Rødhus is an area of former marshland now known as Sandmosen. Sandmosen is home to a number of species of birds. You can also visit the second smallest church in Denmark, Rødhus Kirke, all year round, and it is only illuminated by candles and natural light. If you are of an artistic bent, Galleri Rødhusgården exhibits and sells glassware, ceramics, paintings, sculptures and quality jewelry.

Galleri Rødhusgaarden

Unique works of Art and Applied Art. Glass, Ceramics, Oil paintings, Sculptures etc. of the highest quality.

Rødhus Beach

South west of Rødhus there is a beach area, in which it is common use to bathe naked. The area is well-visited by naturists.

Rødhus Dune Camping

Our campsite in North Jutland is located in the best way.

Sandmosen

Sandmosen Around Pandrup you will find several large bog areas, like Sandmose, Koldmosen, Lundegaardsmosen, Udholm etc. Today the bogs make up ...

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