A fascinating sight - more than hundred years old lighthouse abandoned due to the moving sand dunes and erosion.
Local landmark towering to the height of 35 meters is a handy lookout point to overlook the beautiful seaside nature - plains and cliffs.
Brøndums Hotel, in the little harbor town of Skagen in the north of Denmark, is remembered for its close associations with the late 19th…
A real wonder - majestic WWII fortifications being probably the largest ones in North Europe. A must see.
Børglum Abbey was an important Premonstratensian abbey of medieval Denmark, located in Børglum parish, in the commune of Hjørring,…
Skagen Lighthouse, also known as Skagen's Grey Lighthouse, is an active lighthouse 4 km northeast of Skagen in the far north of Jutland,…
The oceanarium adopts a responsible approach: it strives to provide enough space so the animals can exhibit their natural behaviour.
19th century Nordic paintings are what awaits you in this museum. Rare collection of "masters of light" - Ancher, Krohg and many more.
Drachmann's House, also known as Villa Pax, is one of the major houses of Skagen, northern Denmark.
Agger Tange is a peninsula located between the Limfjord and the North Sea.
The stately tower dating back to the 17th century was found useful even during the Gunboat War. Holds a museum of military history.
The sole heather-covered mill in Denmark. Carefully restored, now serves as a reminder of region's history.
Adjacent to an important port, it holds Denmark's most powerful lighthouse lamp. 60 meters high - a great vantage point.