The Tilsandede Kirke, or Buried Church, was erected during the late 14th century and was once the biggest church in the region, but in...
This wonderful museum showcases the outstanding art that was produced here between 1830 and 1930, much of it kitchen-sink portraits of...
Appropriately enough for such a neat and ordered country, Denmark doesn't end untidily at its most northerly point, but on a neat finger...
Jakobs Café & Bar
The outside terrace of this relaxed café-bar makes a great spot for people-watching, and the comprehensive menu has universal favourites...
Lonely Planet review
Denmark's largest expanse of drifting sand dunes, Råbjerg Mile, is a natural phenomenon. These undulating 40m (131ft) hills are great fun to explore and almost big enough to lose yourself in. The dune was formed on the west coast during the great sand drift of the 16th century and moves towards the forest at a rate of 15m (49ft) per year.