Fjellerup on the northern part of Djursland is plentiful in nature and beautiful scenery. Here you can enjoy the large forests, river valleys, open terrain and naturally the unique and varying stretch of coast. The area provides plenty of activities e.g. mountain bike rides, bike rides, tracks and countless hike trails. Here you will find wide sandy beaches towards Kattegat with large dunes and tall chalk cliffs where you can find fossils. You can cross Randers Fjord several places on small, cosy ferries, etc. at Mellerup-Voer and Udbyhøj.
To the east you will find the old market town Grenaa. Take a walk through the cosy pedestrian streets. Here you will also find Kattegatcentret, one of the largest aquariums in Denmark with a shark area i.a. From Grenaa you can take the ferry to Anholt. In Ebeltoft you can take walks or do a little shopping in the scenic cobble stoned streets. Here you will also find several glassworks as well as the museum Glasmuseet. You can also visit the old Danish frigate, Fregatten Jylland, and experience the atmosphere and the canons and smell the tar in the museum.
In Randers, at the bottom of Randers Fjord, you will find various cultural experiences, e.g. Randers Kunstmuseum. The largest attraction of Randers is Randers Regnskov, the largest artificial rainforest in northern Europe. Take a trip to Graceland Randers, an accurate copy of Elvis Presleys' Graceland in USA. Or experience the large natural areas with an amazing bird life in Gudenå-dalen (valley), just outside Randers.
Remember to take a trip to Aarhus, the largest town in Jutland, which has good shopping and many museums.