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.
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.
At History Centre Dybbøl Banke you’ll be thrust into one of the most exciting chapters of Denmark’s history. Accompanied by the activity of bullets being cast and the smell of hot pancakes, you and your family will experience the Second Schleswig War of 1864.
Black sun is a natural phenomenon that can be seen when migrating starlings gather in large flocks to overnight in the reeds.
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.
The southwest of Sønderjylland is home to Denmark’s largest area of marshland – Tøndermarsken.
Marsk Camp offers unique experiences and camper van holidays at the magnificent Wadden Sea.
Årø lies in the Little Belt near the mouth of Haderslev Fjord and makes a lovely destination for a daytrip.
Hærvejen is Denmark’s oldest highway, which since ancient times has carried soldiers and people from Danevirke in the south to Viborg in the north and vice versa. The route was also used by cattle-drivers, and it is therefore also known as “the Ancient Road”