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The beaches in Denmark

There are still places where it is possible to experience wild and unrestrained nature of Denmark. The Danish beaches are the most unique type of landscape, we can offer in Denmark. Besides low water and inner waters Denmark really has much to offer the nature of the world. Only few places of the world it is possible to experience such a multifarious and varying coast landscape as the Danish - with great shape and biological variation

The free nature in Denmark:
Over half of the Danish 7000 km long coast is native nature, and the only authentic nature Denmark has in large quantity. Here tourists and modern Danes may experience nature in free development.

The landscape of the ice age:
Everything is the result of what ice age left 12.000 years ago. With wind as power and waves plus the sea current as instruments, nature has shifted the Danish coastlines around. They are in constant move and change.

20 exiting coastal landscapes:
There are numerous exciting coastal tracts in Denmark. The list is much longer than we have chosen to describe. The districts mentioned below are the most precious and show the geographic variation.

Rubjerg Knude:
A magnificent landscape out to Vesterhavet with almost 100 m high shifting sand dunes, where the power of the nature has a free hand and the sand almost buries an old lighthouse. There is a significant view from the top of the lighthouse.

Bulbjerg and Lild Strand:
Bulbjerg is a 47 m high rock made of limestone which juts out in Skagerrak, but slowly bends down by erosion of the sea. Bulbjerg is the only bird cliff of Denmark with breeding nests and fulmars. The coast between Bulbjerg and Lild is a straight coast without inlets and projections due to huge material transport with a wide sand beach.

Lodbjerg to Stenbjerg:
It is a magnificent and dramatic coast landscape, where the brute power of the North Sea dominates; it constantly changes the coastal landscape which is high shifting sand dunes. It is possible to access the coast from Lodbjerg light tower, Lyngby or Stenbjerg.

From Stensnæs to Voerså:
Here is a low coast consisting of a swollen sea bottom from the Stone Age. In several places you can see systems of beach embankments showing earlier coast lines and how the coast has changed through the times.

Bøvling Klit:
This is an impressive straight coast, spreading from Torsminde to the south and to the north, only broken by Torsminde Sluse. The dune is quite narrow and in some places is supported to avoid being broken by the sea.

From Henne beach to Blåvands Huk:
On the coast that can be accessed from several roads and from a parking place there are wide, almost endless beaches and cliffs, which are followed by some very impressive dune landscapes of Denmark.

Vadehavet:
Sea and coasts areas between the Ho Bugt and the German border is a very dynamic and exiting district, dominated and controlled by tidal waters. It is probably the most important internationally nature district.

Muldbjerg:
Here is a significant and impressive moraine knoll rising from the surrounding surface. It is a dynamic coast with wading surface, coastal meadows and low sandy islands, which disappear and then remakes again.

Røjle Klint:
This is an impressive cliff coast with steep cliffs of plastic clay. In some places the cliff projects out and makes huge falls with many trees. It can be difficult to pass through.

Helnæs:
The coast along with the half island offers outstanding nature scenario with cliffs and steeps. There are parking spaces at Bo Bakker, Helnæs Mill, Helnæs Beach and Lindehoved Light house.

Enebærodde, North Fyn:
6 km long and narrow land with beach meadows wade sea areas with juniper berries. Beautiful constructions of beach embankments witness a pretty dynamic coast landscape.

Rørvig Half Island:
The coast west for Korshage is built up by coast embankment at Flyndersø and Dybesø which are coastal lakes, bounded from the sea by coast embankments. South from Korshage there are beautiful coast embankments ending in a split in Skansehagen.

Røsnæs:
Dynamic coast with beautiful thong shaped valleys, formed by landslides. The sunny cliffs contain a special plant life determined by the special local climate.

Stevns Cliff:
A steep cliff made of calcium and writing chalk. This is a very exciting and dynamic coast. Access is only possible in a few places, and a passage along with the beach is bounded by the cliff slides. Entry to the beach is possible from Bøgeskov Port, Holtug Kridtbrud, Stevns Nature centers, Højerup church and Boesdal Kalkbrud.

Knudshoved Odde, Sydsjælland:
Here is a magnificent landscape with opportunities for intensive nature experiences. The edge of the split contains beautiful coastal profiles. The trip to the end of the edge is long and demanding, but it is a great possibility to experience outstanding sights in a dynamic coastal landscape.

Strandegårds Dyrehave og Feddet:
Here is located a dynamic coast landscape where the sea eats the cliffs at the Strandegårds Dyrehave and deposits materials at Feddet. Parking Places at Strandegårdens Dyrehave and at the camping place.

Møns Klint:
This is a well known excursion place. The rocks looking like white cliff are one of the most beautiful nature scenarios and one of the most dramatic coast profiles in the country. Access to the beach is at 4 different locations by stairways. Hiking there is warmly recommended.

Albuen at Nakskov Fjord:
Pretty exciting and unusual coast landscape. A 5 km long and quite narrow, spreading to the north. Very dynamic landscape in some places flooded by the sea. Access from a parking place is possible at Ydø or by boat from Nakskov Port.

Hammeren, Nordbornholm:
Pretty exciting coast area around Hammerknuden with rounded rocky coasts varied with free monumental formations in the water. Magnificent landscape shaped through the centuries by sea, weather and wind.

From Gudhjem to Helligdom cliffs:
One of the most beautiful places on Bornholm with an outstanding rocky coast and valleys. A remarkable cliff formations. A small path down on the beach. Parking places at Salne, Stevelen and Helligdom cliffs (National Museum of Bornholm)

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