Summer visitors flood to Gilleleje (gi-le-lai-ye), mostly to eat at unpretentious seafood restaurants serving fish that's still unloaded fresh each morning from the harbour. The bobbing boats are backed by a triangular arc of lawn, a big 1750 anchor and a pretty mix of tiled and thatched old houses stretching east from the port area. Other low-key charms include a string of beaches, and coastal walks in the woodlands that rise behind them.
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