The southwest of Sønderjylland is home to Denmark’s largest area of marshland – Tøndermarsken.
The marshes not only provide the setting for the border between Denmark and Germany, but are also where the sky and the sea and the land and the water meet. The marshland may at first sight appear to be wild and untamed, but in fact it’s designed and adapted down to the last detail – shaped by human life down through the centuries, with the water acting as both friend and foe.
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 fantast...
The Wadden Sea is a gastronomic treasure trove where you can taste the fresh delights offered by Mother nature.
Black sun is a natural phenomenon that can be seen when migrating starlings gather in large flocks to overnight in the reeds.
Another natural attraction in the Wadden Sea is the many oysters that you can find when walking out on the dry seabed at low tide.
On the Marsh Trail you can experience the countryside and culture of the region at first hand. The Marsh Trail is a 54-km hiking trail that leads you through Tøndermarsken’s fascinating nature and the four towns of Højer, Rudbøl, Tønder and Møgeltønder. Take the opportunity to follow the route, and feel the stresses of everyday life melt away as your thoughts wander and your eyes feast on the lovely scenery.