Agger is one of the west coast towns, which are visited by many guests every summer. Here is a large and lovely wide sandy beach, which invites to all sorts of holiday pleasures. The unique thing about Agger is its location by both sea, lake, forest and fjord.
Agger is a beautiful area in the southern part of Thy National Park. The unique nature, the wide white sandy beaches, the unique animal and bird life on Agger Tange make a visit to Agger an experience.
Agger is also known for having Denmark's longest handicap path. The path leads from the parking lot at the dunes at the end of Vesterhavsgade, up to the dune, after which there is the opportunity to either turn left to get on an asphalt road in the direction of Agger Tange, the southernmost part of Thy National Park, which with its bird sanctuary invites to observe the birds at all seasons, or to the right, where the direction is towards Lodbjerg Lighthouse, which can be seen in the distance, and where Flat Lake lies just behind the dunes.
Agger also has a marina located at Nissum Bredning, the westernmost part of the Limfjord. Here you will find an angling shop, a summer restaurant and Agger Havn Holiday Center with its apartments and an indoor swimming pool. The small fishing huts by the fjord give the place a special atmosphere.
Visit Agger's small idyllic church, which has had to be moved twice twice because of sand drift.
Or take a trip in "The Black Houses", where you can see more about the area's and coastal protection's history. The Black Houses is a cultural gem, in which, in addition to the exhibition on the history of the city and fishing, several cultural events are also held during the year. In addition, you will also find a "food parlor".
The Fisherman's House is a small museum that tells about the fishermen's life in the old days and about the building tradition of the West Coast.
At Agger Tange you will also find the information center "Svaneholmhus". It is located at the ferry port down at the southern tip of the seaweed. The place is a natural hub for various types of traffic, as it is possible to get there both by car, on foot, by bicycle and in kayak or boat. Here you can learn more about the area's nature and cultural history, get tips for fun activities as well as find information material and guides. Svaneholmhus is open every day all year round from 6 am to the last ferry.