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Experience Limfjorden - a unique water



In 2010 the Limfjord was elected "Best European water" by readers of the German sailing magazine "Segeln". The Limfjord is characterized by changing water and the varied landscape. It runs through the Northern part of Jutland and as indicated in the heading, is worth a visit. Westwards you find the waters between Thy and the island Mors and further westwards is the Thyborøn channel leading to the North Sea. 

By the Limfjord you are something special. Not just as a tourist, but as a guest. By the Limfjord you experience the entire body. Quiet, easy and close up. There is room for taking a break. 

Experience the Limfjord and give in to the fantastic nature and quiet of the Limfjord Land. Go for a hike,  a seal safari, or enjoy one of the many harbours, where you can get unique stories. 

You can also experience one of the greatest regattas of the North,"Limfjorden Rundt", involving old vessels or copies of vessels related to Denmark. The regatta offers 6 days of sailing and getting together in Denmark's most beautiful water - the Limfjord. 

Find inspiration for experiences around the Limfjord and all of its harbours.



By the Limfjord you are something special. Not just as a tourist, but as a guest. By the Limfjord you experience the entire body. Quiet, easy and close up. There is room for taking a break.

Examples of experiences
 Outdoor Activity Space At Friluftspladsen at Bøvling Friskole there is the opportunity to play football golf. There is a multi-lane and shelter with barbecue area. Trip Suggestions View on map
 The Lundø Peninsula During the Stone Age, Lundø was an island in Limfjorden, but eventually the sea deposited so much sediment that the land rose and became connected to the shore. The northern tip of Lundø has a beach ridge of gravel and pebbles, terminating in an extensive rocky reef known as Jelse Odde.

Lundø is part of a large EU designated bird sanctuary that covers the whole of Lovns Bredning and adjacent salt marshes. Various common waterfowl breed in this area, as well as species such as the pied avocet. During the winter months, large flocks of swans, ducks and goosander can be seen.

An information board has been set up in the car park to show the places where it is OK to walk, bathe or spend time. The beaches on the west side of Lundø are particularly child-friendly because the water deepens only very gradually.
Nature Experiences View on map
 Klosterheden Woods Klosterheden Woods

The Klosterheden Woods are the largest planted woods in Denmark. They are a very popular destination for day-trips, as a network of paths has been established for ramblers, cyclists, horse riders and joggers.
Hiking Routes View on map