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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
 Breakwaters on the Iron Coast Trip Suggestions View on map
 SpiritSurf SUP - Stand Up Paddle Surfing EVERYONE CAN LEARN SUP = Stand Up Paddle Get a super day on the water with family/friends or come alone, meet some cheerful people and go home satisfied and with a good feeling of new energy and balance.  On a SUP-course, we attach great importance to safety, and we take the present ability and, if so, wishes of progress of the participant as a starting point.  SUP is a sport for everyone, in spite of age and gender, but on one condition: That you can swim.   The different courses: SUP for beginners - 2 hours  If you never before have tried a SUP-board, this is the course to take. The course begins ashore, with Theory about safety, weather, equipment, and standing-positions. Hereafter, we practise balance and how to turn on the water while we take a little trip on the boards. SUP Tour in Lemvig Harbour - 3 hours  This course is for you who already have a good balance, is sporty and wants to begin fast. Therefore, you don't necessarily need to have tried SUP-surfing before. The course begins with a going over the equipment, weather conditions, balance and standing-techniques.  SUP (Children/Family/Balance Training) - 2 hours  This course is for you who is ready for some challenges. Here is fun, movement, and balance practice - so there is a good chance, you will fall into the water. Children have to be at least 8 years old to take this course.   SUP private-course 2 hours  3 hours  This is for you who wants to learn as much as possible as fast as possible.   In the course prise is: SUP-equipment, wetsuit, and safety west. The participant have to bring: swimwear, towel, sunglasses, sunscreen, water bottle ... and of course a cheerful mood! Max. 4 persons pr. team Time and place by appointment.   Water Experiences View on map
 Stubber Kloster The remains of the Stubber Convent are on a small peninsular on the west bank of the Stubbergård Lake.
In the Middle Ages, it was a Saint Benedict convent. The precise age of the convent is unknown. It is, however, mentioned as Claustrum Stubbetorp, in a written source from 1268. Following the Reformation in 1536 the convent was taken over by the Crown, and in 1538 it was given as a fief to manor lord Iver Juel. He converted the convent into a manor. The Benedictine nuns were allowed to stay, and as a vassal to the King he was obliged to provide for them as long as they lived.
The original four-winged convent complex, built in brick, has almost completely disappeared. The preserved remnant of the monastery is part of the western wing of the monastery. The vaulted cellar, which has been covered by the thatched-roof building since 1910, is particularly well preserved. This was probably part of a pantry - but not the kitchen. The other parts of the building were demolished before the 19th century.
Hiking Routes View on map