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Romo, is a large island (with only about 700 inhabitants) located in Jutland's South East. It can easily be reached [even by public bus] as there is a large, long, free 10 kilometre causeway linking it to the mainland! There are many wide [which may...More
Römö is a fabulous place. Wonderful nature, and wildlife.
It's an Island in Danish Wadden Sea Islands. It's also a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its enormous ecological importance as the world's largest unbroken system of intertidal sand and mud flats. A place unbeatable...More
this is a quiet island and there is plenty to see as regards nature. We were camping and we saw roe deer in the evenings quite near the campsite. We heard the dawn chorus every day and my best tick was the Marsh Harrier that...More
The causeway across to rømø island is a pretty cool start.
Drive across the island to the end of the road and arrive at the massive beach. Then keep driving onto the sand. Awesome!! Campers and cars everywhere.
There is a lifeguard station so you...More
My very first visit to this Island. My expectation was somewhat different...seeing that the only other Island comparison I ever had was Robben Island.
Romo island is very quiet and the weather was somehow grey and not pleasant..however I am sure it could be beautiful...More
We visited Romo as the first place in Denmark. It was amazing...the beach is truly enormous. Unlike some other beaches I have visited before, it's clean. If you are a swimmer though, you will probably not enjoy the water - after one hundred meters into...More
I was here for the first time and I was enchanted. The road across the sea, holiday homes in forest and amazing beaches in Havneby and even better in Lakolk. I was driving on the beach for the first time. The wind and sea carries...More