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This place offers the visitors a lot of knowledge about the Wadden Sea with displays of almost anything in connection with the very special environment around the Wadden Sea. Experience it for yourself!
This is a must for nature fans, vadehavet is just a gem, lots of ppl here and drive as far out as the eye can see, just endless sands and beach bunkers, this property is on the UNESCO protected national park.
The drive itself out...More
We spent just a few hours on the island of Romo and regretted not having the time to spend longer. Approached by way of a long causeway/bridge from the mainland (via one of Denmark’s best preserved old towns, Ribe), the island is clearly a popular...More
We spend half a day driving around the tiny town of Rømø. Have some seafood at one of the many restaurants on the south part of the island, visit the beaches on the west coast, watch the kitesurfers on the beach, hike or bike along...More
The Unesco protected Danish national park, Vadehavet, or The Wadden Sea, is a marvelous place to visit. Every spring and autumn more than 15 million birds migrate through the area, of which six millions can be found on the most busy days. Go and enjoy...More
We spent a couple of days in this amazing area which begins at the border (Germany) and ends in Varde.
Here you can experience the phenomenon when thousands of birds (starlings) cover the sky and do their "evening-dance" before going to rest. This can be...More
This natioalpark covers a great area from denmart to Germany.
Lots of birds, shellfish can be dug up on the beach, driving on the beach at low tide, some people try it when the tide has turned and get some expensice damages on the car!
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There are direct busses to Esbjerg, from where you can visit the island of Fanø, which is one of the beautiful islands in the national park - 12 mins by ferry from the harbour which is within walking distance... More
There are direct busses to Esbjerg, from where you can visit the island of Fanø, which is one of the beautiful islands in the national park - 12 mins by ferry from the harbour which is within walking distance from the bus station. You can also travel North out of Esbjerg towards Hjerting and up to Ho Bugt - where the Wadden Sea begins. Or South to the beautiful town of Ribe. You can find information on the Visit Esbjerg website