Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Life in the slow lane. Danes certainly know how to make the best of their endless coastline – the summer house culture is blossoming and coastal tourism is burgeoning all year long.
Settled in the northernmost tip of Jutland, Skagen is a charming tourist destination with red-roofed beach houses. Make time to visit the picturesque Skagen Museum and the sand-engulfed Buried Church.
Located on the north coast of Zealand, Tisvilde used to be a fishermen’s village. Now most of the former fishermen’s houses are transformed into summer residences. In case you get bored with the sandy beaches, you can opt for a hike in the enthralling Tisvilde Hegn forest near by.
These classic seaside twin-towns on the northern coast of Bornholm are famous for beautiful scenery and plenty of tourist activities. Go for a walk in the wild terrains of Hammeren and stop by the 13th century Hammershus castle perched on a clifftop overlooking the sea. Have a bite at the Nordbornholms smokehouse in Allinge.
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