When on holiday in Sønderjylland, there’s no chance of getting bored! We have activities for both young and old alike, and when you need to relax, the beaches on both the east and west coasts provide ample opportunity to take it easy.
On this list we’ve put together some of the activities and attractions that you and your family really shouldn’t miss out on when visiting the region.
Universe Science Park
It really is difficult not to be in a good mood as you experience Universe, which is located outside the town of Nordborg on the island of Als.
History Centre Dybbøl Banke
At History Centre Dybbøl Banke you’ll be swept into one of the most exciting chapters in Danish history at the exact place at which it played out.
Southern Jutlandic Coffee Table
The region's famous Coffee Table - Sønderjysk Kaffebord - is an institution that can be traced back to the Danish struggle for sovereignty.
Tilting at the Ring
A tradition that dates all the way back to the Middle Ages and which is still popular in parts of Sønderjylland.
Marsk Camp · Marsk Tower · Restaurant Marsk
Marsk Camp offers unique culinary and nature experiences near the Wadden Sea National Park, which is one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites. Look out in all directions as far as the eye can see from the 25-m-high Marsk Tower that winds its way up into the sky.
World Heritage in the Wadden Sea
In 2014 the Danish section of the Wadden Sea was admitted onto UNESCO’s world heritage list, which has generated even greater interest in this fantastic area of natural beauty.
Museum Sønderjylland’s exhibition venues, museums and cultural environments provide great experiences and a wealth of knowledge within archaeology, art, history and natural history.
Årø - the small island with lots of birds
Årø lies in the Little Belt near the mouth of Haderslev Fjord and makes a lovely destination for a daytrip.
Black Sun in the Wadden Sea
Black sun is a natural phenomenon that can be seen when migrating starlings gather in large flocks to overnight in the reeds.