The Danish West Coast – with our camper
The Danish West Coast is more than 500 kilometers long. During our last visit, we went to the beach of Vejers, Lyngvig, and Kryle. At all three places, the sandy beaches are extremely wide and at many sections it is possible to drive by car on the beach, even very close to the sea. At Vejers Strand (beach) we stayed at the campsite for two…
The Danish West Coast explored by motorhome
The first of 2 compilated videos from our latest trip to Denmark. Please watch it on YouTube and subscribe to our YouTube channel and give us a thumbs up if you like it.
A LIGHTHOUSE in the middle of the mountains, 2046 meters above sea level, is not a common tourist sight – or common in any sense at all perhaps. But, it’s there, inaugurated 2010 as a slightly smaller copy of the lighthouse at the other end of the Rhine at Hook of Holland near Rotterdam. The lighthouse has a revolving red light but is probably just…
Summer in Denmark
SUMMER in Denmark, finding and rediscovering some really nice and interesting places. The Sand-Covered Church is a 14th century church in the most northern part of Denmark not far from Skagen. Already about 1600 the sand dunes started moving and slowly covered the church – and even small villages, too. In the beginning, people tried to keep the sand away, at times even dig out…