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Anholt Marina is a cosy marina on the danish island Anholt between Denmark and Sweden and a popular destination for sailors, especially during the summer months.
Anholt is at the heart of Danish waters. So the island has played an important role in Danish lighthouse history. It had one of the first beacons in the country, dating back as far as 1560. The island...
Anholt Gin is a delicious and delightful drink that can be enjoyed straight or mixed with tonic water when visiting Anholt, or sitting with friends at home on the couch.
The desert Ørkenen at Anholt
On the small island of Anholt is Northern Europe’s largest low-lying heath, Ørkenen (the desert). Put on your walking shoes and explore Ørkenen’s impressive expanses, weather-beaten nature, and rare p...
Anholt Vandsport (Water sports)
Get the opportunity to experience Anholt from the waterside. At Anholt Vandsport you can rent kayak, SUP and snorkel equipment.
Anholt Nordstrand has the finest, white sand, crystal-clear water and towering dunes. The beach seems endless because it is so wide, and at the far end of the beach towards the east, you can spot the ...
Anholt Sønderbjerg and Pakhusbugten
Experience one of Denmark’s most desolate stretches of beach, which at the same time is a lovely spot for going swimming aa well as it has nice dunes. Climb to the very top of Sønderbjerg and take in ...
The Beach by Anholt Camping
Anholt Camping is situated on the waterfront and near Anholt Nordstrand. The beach is perfect for kitesurfing and the scenery surrounding the beach is amazing. Walk to town along the love trail and en...
Anholt Vesterstrand is a beach near Anholt harbour. The sand there is really fine, and there are nice sandbanks in the water. Anholt Vesterstrand is wide, and from there you can see all the way to Søn...