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Holiday cottage in Northern Jutland - National Parks and sights

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Northern Jutland has some of the most unique and grand landscapes in all of Denmark - experience nature on a holiday in a holiday home. Feel the wind blowing from the North Sea or take a trip to the impressive dunes. DanCenter has more than 1000 holiday homes in Northern Jutland spread along the coast. A couples holiday or a family holiday for all generations - whatever you are looking for, Northern Jutland is the perfect location for holidays with each other.

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House no: 04720Bratten Strand6 persons,  76 m²Animals are allowed.800 m to coast.House no: 15095Hirtshals4 persons,  39 m²Pets are allowed in some of the apartments.House no: 68915Hou6 persons,  125 m²Pets are not allowed.200 m to coast.A holiday cottage with a panoramic view of sand dunes, the beach and the sea. There are terraces all around the house so you can enjoy the sun all day long. The solar panels make the house energy efficient. Central vacuum cleaner. From the kitchen ...House no: 38342Lodskovvad10 persons,  117 m²Pets are not allowed.3.2 km to coast.A holiday cottage in a secluded location on a 5733 m² large natural plot. There is a whirlpool and sauna in one of the bathrooms. As the house has two separate bedroom sections with each their bathroom, it is suitable for two families. There ...House no: 43528Napstjert5 persons,  73 m²Pets are not allowed.200 m to coast.A holiday cottage in a peaceful cottage area close to a family friendly beach. From here you can walk to the charming harbour and buy fish from the local fishermen. There is a covered terrace where you can enjoy late summer nights. Unit 76179 ...House no: 56098Vorupør8 persons,  180 m²Pets are not allowed.500 m to coast.

North Jutland is totally influenced by water and sea – to the west you find Nordsøen (North Sea), to the east Kattegat and finally you have Limfjorden cutting through the region from the west to the east. You can imagine that the light in this part of the country is something quite special.

The beautiful landscape is rough with its white beaches, huge cliffs and dunes, hills covered with heather and woods. As the west wind is the predominant wind direction in Denmark, all of the trees tend to bend the same way (towards east). The Limfiord landscape is less dramatic, hilly and green with small sounds and inlets.

All over North Jutland you can sense the sea nearby. At the northernmost point of Denmark called Grenen, the two seas, Nordsøen and Kattegat, meet, and here you can get the rare opportunity to stand with one leg in each of the two seas.

North Jutland is totally influenced by water and sea – to the west you find Nordsøen (North Sea), to the east Kattegat and finally you have Limfjorden cutting through the region from the west to the east. You can imagine that the light in this part of the country is something quite special.

The beautiful landscape is rough with its white beaches, huge cliffs and dunes, hills covered with heather and woods. As the west wind is the predominant wind direction in Denmark, all of the trees tend to bend the same way (towards east). The Limfiord landscape is less dramatic, hilly and green with small sounds and inlets.

All over North Jutland you can sense the sea nearby. At the northernmost point of Denmark called Grenen, the two seas, Nordsøen and Kattegat, meet, and here you can get the rare opportunity to stand with one leg in each of the two seas.

The west coast offers wide, open beaches with fine, white sand, but the sea can also be violent here when the wind whistles and the sea roars. The forces of nature are apparent when looking at the coast, especially at Lønstrup Klint where the hungry sea erodes the coast from time to time. To prevent the crashing down of the small church (Mårup Church), the church was demolished and moved in 2008, but also various holiday cottages are threatened. All along the coast you can see the remains of the bunkers from the Second World War.

The beaches of the east coast are more protected than those of the west coast – the sea is calmer here and thus more child-friendly. One of the finest beaches is Bisnap Strand at Hals. As the distances are short, it is always possible to find a beach that suits you – no matter the weather conditions.