At the northern most tip of Denmark is the reason why most people visit Skagen. This is the place where the natural phenomenon of the Baltic and North Seas meet. The tides of which collide into each other just off the shore. Although there are signs everywhere telling people not to swim due to the tides/currents, children and adults were still in the water having their pictures taken with the colliding waters in the background. We walked along the beach to see it, which passed some old world war 2 bunkers and had a combination of pebbles and sand underfoot (more sand the closer you got to the end). If you dont want to walk, you can park the car at the visitors centre and catch the sand snake which will take you to the end of the beach (a tractor pulling an enclosed trailer costing 25kr for adults and 12 kr for children (round trip)). There is an art gallery, restaurant and shop at the visitors centre. We chose to walk back along the cycle lane into the town.
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