Driving through the very special North Jutland countryside, we arrive at Skagen, where we visit 'Kunsten' Art Gallery, home to the work of the Famous Skagen Painters' Colony. After a short drive to Grenen, we take the 'Sandworm' to the very top of Denmark. Here you can see and feel the raw power of nature in this part of the world.
Stand with your feet in the sea at the tip and witness a strange phenomenon; two seas colliding together. This is where the Skagerrak and the Kattegat meet. The lifting seabed, together with strong currents and constantly shifting winds, changes and extends the shape of Denmark by c. 8 m. (26 ft) annually.
Following lunch (not included), we drive to the sand filled church and our second example of the power of nature. Before leaving for home, we stop to walk on Denmark's Sahara Desert, Råberg Mile - yes, an amazing sight, enormous sand dunes moving 10-15 m. (35-50 ft) a year in a north-easterly direction. With a blue sky and the sun beating down, you could easily believe you were lost in the Sahara Desert.
Enjoy the delightful east coast of North Jutland as we drive to:
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 mainly on sand and gravel paths. Sadly, because much of the walking is on sand, this tour is not suitable for wheelchair users or those with walking difficulties.
Cost (maximum number of participants 10)
7.5 hour tour for up to 10 people - 3270 kr. (€439), plus 130 DDK (18 EUR) per person entrance fees and Sandworm fare 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.