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We begin at the sourt-west part of the country with the wide marsh land and the Wadden sea which is part of UNESCO's World Heritage List. A good way to experience the area is by walking the Wadden Sea or trying an oister or seal safari. Rømø is southernmost island of the Wadden Sea and it has some of the widest sandy beaches in Europe. North of Rømø, located across the sea from Denmark's oldest town Ribe, you will find Mandø, which is another of the natural gems of Denmark. And last, but not least, there is the old holiday island Fanø with its charming towns Nordby and Sønderho along with the magnificent beaches at Fanø Bad and Rindby Strand.
Just a few kilometres north of Fanø you will find some of Denmark's most popular holiday areas like beads on a string. In Blåvand, Henne and Vejers you will find fantastic beaches and endless horizons. The towns are especially known for their beach life, shopping and large number of activities for children. On some of the beaches you can find remnants from the past in the abandoned bunkers from World War 2. In 2017, the Tirpitz Museum designed by the renowned designer Bjarke Ingels opened in Blåvand. The museum is a portal to the secret treasures of the west coast. And unlike the colossal and invasive cement bunkers the Tirpitz is open and beautifully integrated in the dunes.On the islands Rømø, Mandø and Fanø you can experience the powerful Wadden Sea. Here nature has the power. It is for instance only possible to go to Mandø at low tide. The Wadden Sea has a unique and rich wild life with especially migrating birds feeding on their way south. On Fanø you can see a large number of seals. If you plan to visit one or more of the islands it is a good idea to bring your bike. The islands have bike trails leading you through the countryside. All 3 islands also have amazing beaches. In Esbjerg, the biggest town of the region, has a lot of cultural offers and fine shopping possibilities. Visit the Esbjerg Art Museum or the Esbjerg water tower, one of the landmarks of the town. You may also try a seal safari at the east coast of Fanø or go by boat to Horns Rev Havmøllepark, (offshore windmill park) one of the biggest of its kind in the world. From Esbjerg you can go by ferry to Fanø.
We have collected some of the most frequent questions from our guests.
There are 1200+ DanCenter holiday homes in the Southern North Sea area in Denmark.
The Wadden Sea National Park, Viking Rune Stones at Jelling, Tirpitz war museum and The unique town of Christiansfeld are some places that you must visit in the Southern North Sea area in Denmark.
Some of the must-try activities in the Southern North Sea area are :
Travellers from the UK can either reach Denmark by a direct flight from London or through a combination of trains, ferries, and motor vehicles.
Some of the recommended dishes in the Southern North Sea area are Aebleflæsk (salted pork belly), Stegt flæsk med persillesovs og kartofler (crispy pork), Krebinetter (pork patties), Hønsekødssuppe (chicken and vegetable soup).
The best time to visit the Southern North Sea area in Denmark is between the months of May and September.