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All reviews sand dunes car park parking lot long walk light house coastal erosion forces of nature the cliff nice view climb the stairs impressive place sunny day great place without shoes your eyes amazing dunes beautiful landscape
Who would have thought that Denmark has so many and so huge sand dunes. I discovered this place through my colleagues suggestions and it is definetely worth the trip! Really incredible and you can walk up the lighthouse for free, which gives you a really...More
Really beautiful lighthouse and sand dunes. The hike from the parking lot to the lighthouse is nice, but once you get to the dunes the whole experience is amazing. When I went, there was sand flying all around in the wind that made it a...More
View is amazing from the top of the lighthouse!! great coastal view and seascape. Stairs are secured and safe. The little walk from the parking lot is very pleasant and let the lighthouse appear in front of your eyes little by little...
The valley and the greenery ends and a large area of sand beggins....leading to a very impressive lighthouse, right before the edge of the cliff and the dangerous waves waitings at the bottom of it. Go up the creepy staircase, and be amazed by the...More
A nice hike up to the Lighthouse. But.... be prepared for some stormy winds. Really stormy winds. The closer you get to the Lighthouse the more difficult it’s to see or even move. The gale force winds sweep the sand everywhere. Although it is really...More
I've been travelling Denmark for over a month now, and this was by far the most impressive place I have been to. The power of nature is incredible. And, whats more, its completely free to visit! I walked from Lonstrup (day trip from Hjorring) stopping...More
This was a wonderful experience. On our excursion, we were driven to the lighthouse by a local farmer and his team of plow horses (so cool, right?). The lighthouse is very old and in need of repair. Our guide said that it was doomed to...More
The walk up to this lighthouse buried in a mighty sanddune is around 1 km from the free car park. It’s a well serviced path, that doesn’t get sandy or steep till quite near the end, but then you have to climb a very steep...More
Great experience, use 1hr to visit this tower. This place is like going to Sahara, so cool. I will advice u to bring water, and use flipflops/slippers. I used jogging shoes and they became full of sand.
I'm from Sweden and not that familiar with the trains and buses in denmark. If you can make it to Lønstrup then I expect there to be a bus to take you last bit. If not then it is possible to walk from Lønstrup to the area... More
I'm from Sweden and not that familiar with the trains and buses in denmark. If you can make it to Lønstrup then I expect there to be a bus to take you last bit. If not then it is possible to walk from Lønstrup to the area. That will probably not take more than 40 minutes if done at a brisk pace.
I think that depends on the activity level your daughter is used to. She might like to run and play in the sand hills - they're huge. It isn't so steep that you couldn't carry her part of the way either. When I was there... More
I think that depends on the activity level your daughter is used to. She might like to run and play in the sand hills - they're huge. It isn't so steep that you couldn't carry her part of the way either. When I was there last year, the community had put in giant metal plates to make sort of a road to walk on (or bike on) so you didn't have struggle with walking in the sand. An active child with a high energy level could make it up that road! A word of caution though, the edges aren't protected and sand shifts.. while she may want to explore, keep her close when near any of the sand/cliff edges.