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Sunrise in the Danish National Park Mols Bjerge on Djursland

Djursland’s Biggest Nature Experiences

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A National Park, stunning panoramic views, sandy, white beaches – the landscape around Djursland invites you to come and get your heart rate up, hiking or riding your bike in Mols Bjerge, for instance. 

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National Park Mols Bjerge
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National Park Mols Bjerge

Nationalpark Mols Bjerge offers a great variety of nature. Mols Bjerge is especially known for its extraordinary landscape, which was shaped during the Ice Age.

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Kalø Castle Ruins
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Kalø Castle Ruins

As you travel the 1,5 km distance along the dam to Kalø Castle Ruins you are also travelling 700 years back in time. The castle was built in the Middle Ages and it is incredibly well preserved.

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Natural area Sletterhage Fyr- Helgenæs
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Natural area Sletterhage Fyr- Helgenæs

The trip to the lighthouse at ‘Sletterhage’ is appreciated by many people. The surroundings invite you to a quick walk to the ‘Tyskertårnet' (radar installation from WW 2) or ‘Lushage’. Maybe just a s...

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Karlby & Sangstrup Cliffs
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Karlby & Sangstrup Cliffs

Karlby and Sangstrup Klinter is a fantastic excursion spot for the entire family. Here, you can take in the view of the spectacular cliffs and gather unique fossils at the same time.

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Natural area Kolindsund
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Natural area Kolindsund

In the heart of Djursland, you will find Kolindsund, which was the largest lake in Jutland until 1874. Today the canals of Kolindsund run from Kolind to Grenaa, and the surrounding area is characteris...

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Jernhatten
Photo: Sarah Green

Jernhatten

Jernhatten, which is a part of the National Park Mols Bjerge, is 49 m high. Here is a lovely view over the sea towards the island Hjelm.

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Kaloe Woods
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Kaloe Woods

If you enjoy a walk in the forest, you do not want to miss the Kaloe forests. At Kalø castle ruin you will find both Hestehave forest and Ringelmose forest. The forests offer plenty of sights such as ...

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The dolmens at Tustrup
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The dolmens at Tustrup

The protected area with reconstructed dolmens, passage grave and culthouse in Djursland is from the Neolithic age. The groundplan of the burned and collapsed treetemple, where the inhabitants from Tus...

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Trehøje
Photo: Kirsten Semberg

Trehøje

The three Bronze Age mounds of Trehøje, 127 metres above sea level, offer a panorama view from Aarhus to Ebeltoft, including four inlets: Kalø, Begtrup, Knebel, and Ebeltoft.

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Poskær Stenhus
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Poskær Stenhus

You will find Poskær Stonehenge between the towns of Agri and Knebel. With its enormous stones, it is one of Denmark's most impressive stonehenges.

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Dark Sky på Anholt
Photo: Sarah Green

Anholt - A Paradise Island

Sea, dunes, endless beach, and clear sky... Anholt is a pearl of nature with Ørkenen (The Desert), Northern Europe’s largest low heath – which is one of the most distinctive natural areas in Denmark. There is a multitude of wildflowers and free birds.

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