The former fishing village of Blokhus, now a premier, international holiday centre with fine, white, sandy beaches and clean, blue sea, is a lively holiday centre. Here we visit the Sand Sculpture Festival where, every year, international sand artists are invited to display their talents, with monmumental sand sculptures based on an annual theme.
A little further up the coast is where nature is at its wildest. A spectacular sight, enormous migrating sand dunes, moving several metres annually in a north easterly direction. Rubjerb Knude lighthouse, once several hundred metres inland, is now on the edge of falling into the sea. Although half of it is buried in the sand, the views from its top are amazing.
Driving into the pretty village of Lønstrup we see the effects of nature, cliff erosion leaving summerhouses on the edge of the cliffs. Here we have time to stroll around the workshops and galleries of the artisans who have made their home in this old fishing village, before we head for home.
Transportation by modern comfortable, private hire car or minibus will be used between the sites to be visited. Walking from car parks to the sites is on uneven grass, gravel and sandy paths. There is also some (optional) beach walking and high sand dune climbing. Lønstrup walking is on paved areas. Not suitable for those with walking difficulties or wheelchair users.
Cost (maximum number of participants 10)
5 hour tour for up to 10 people - 2395 kr. (€326), plus 60 DDK (8 EUR) per person entrance fees only. Note... as transport and parking costs are dependent on group size, please call for a final quote.
For groups over 10, please call for a quote.