I last visited Grenan 30 years ago and was determined to do the visit justice. I was not disappointed and hope to return.
Skagen and Grenen are very unique places. The meeting of the North Sea and the Baltic is a sight worth seeing. I would strongly recommend taking the bus out to the point. It's along walk in the sand. A few World War II German bunkers add to the allure of the area. A great place to spend three or four... More
If you plan to visit the city Skagen you must visit Grenen. Watching the clashing waves from two oceans, the long white sand beaches, dunes, bunkers from the war etc. is a wonderful experience. I prefer walking along the coastlines but you can also go there by tractor-train "Sandormen"
This is really something to see. We travelled by rented bicycle from Skagen train station. The ride is straight, easy and flat - about 20 mins. Once there, you do need to walk to the end where the waters meet. It will take about 30 mins to walk each way, but the going is relatively easy. There is a slight... More
Funny parking system, when you come by car. Great walk to Grenen. It was amazing to stand in the water - on Grenen - in between the 2 oceans colliding , creating interesting currents. Fantastic light and fresh wind
Grenen - where two oceans meet. You can visit this place over and over again. And love it. Especially in good weather. Use your bike to get there. Walk barefooted the last mile until you stand in the water with one foot in each of the two oceans, and you are at Grenen.
When in Skagen, Grenen is a place you should not miss. You can either walk from the Parking lot for around 2 km or take the Sandormen (the sand snake) ride for 25 DKK. The ride leaves every 10 min, thus no need to hurry to catch one. If you take the Sandormen 1-2 hours is enough, otherwise you need... More
It's great to ride the "sandormen" tractor-bus (ca. 5min) or to simply walk along the beach from the parking lot to get to it! It's a must see place if you're in the area, and makes a great picture!
If you are visiting this region do not go home without a visit to Grenen. We travelled up by train which was easy, quick and efficient, just outside the front of the train station is a bicycle hire shop which is an absolute must for a most amazing scenic ride along the coastal road to Grenen. We then travelled on... More
Amazing place. The meeting of the Skaggerak and Kategatt waters (North Sea and Baltic) is unique. We saw seals just off the shore and the waters are incredibly clear.
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