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The Limfjorden is Denmark at its best with unique holiday cottages.

Limfjorden, the scenic fjord in northern Denmark

Book your perfect holiday house at the scenic Limfjorden. Here you will find everything from big and untouched forests to the greatest beaches.

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House no: 43370Hjarbæk Fjord12 persons,  242 m²Animals are allowed.100 m to coast.Uniquely located elevated holiday cottage approx. 10 m from the water and with a magnificent panoramic view of Hjarbæk Fjord and the entire scenic area. This view simply must be experienced. No letting to youth groups. The house of 242 m² is ...House no: 33764Livbjerggård12 persons,  120 m²Animals are allowed.300 m to coast.Family friendly holiday cottage located on a large natural plot. The house is ideal for two families sharing as one end of the house has two bedrooms and a bathroom, and at the other end there are two bedrooms and a bathroom. One bathroom has ...House no: 25612Trend10 persons,  74 m²Animals are allowed.500 m to coast.Holiday cottage with 17 m² annex located on a large plot with trees in the scenic Limfjord area. Via a trail system there is approx. 10 min walk to a lovely beach. There is a sauna for 4-6 persons and 2 large mezzanines with ample space. Living ...House no: 50562Virksund10 persons,  104 m²Animals are allowed.500 m to coast.Holiday cottage on large beach plot right down to a large lake and close to the Limfjorden. Panoramic water views from both house and plot. The house was renovated in 2015 and appears bright and cosy with open concept kitchen and dining area ...House no: 34829Handbjerg6 persons,  92 m²Pets are not allowed.300 m to coast.Bright holiday cottage with automatic heat pump/air conditioning, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with whirlpool and sauna, modern kitchen with all equipment, large living room with natural light, modern furniture, wood-burning stove, stereo, TV with satellite ...House no: 95363Handbjerg6 persons,  90 m²Animals are allowed.20 m to coast.Holiday cottage approx. 20 m from and with 180 degree panoramic views of the Limfjorden. The house is bright and has TV with international channels, DVD player and radio. There is a cost-efficient heat pump in the living room. For a cold evening ...

On a trip along Limfjorden, you will find a large selection of exciting natural phenomenona and cultural attractions. Only a few will be able to visit all the attractions along the bay, but in the following, we will offer some suggestions to some nice holiday experiences.

The largest bird sanctuary of Northern Europe is called Vejlerne. Vejlerne is a low-lying area of 6,000 acres with meadows, bamboo forests and brackish water lakes. Vejlerne exists due to a failed draining project. It is now a preserved paradise for birds and bird enthusiasts.

Eshøj Plantation

The Eshøj plantation is situated about 4 km from the centre of Thisted. The plantation is a small botanical treasure consisting of 150 different species of trees and bushes from all over the world, and is thereby a very unusual forest.

Eshøj offers good opportunity for fresh air and exercise. The terrain is hilly and the difference of height is 25 km from Limfjorden to the highest spot of the plantation.

You can go for a run or for a walk thus giving yourself the time to see, hear, smell and feel the pulse and rhythm of nature. Furthermore, it gives you the opportunity of meeting an exciting nature which is right in front of you.

Skyum Bjerge.

The hilly landscape constitutes a part of the Limfjord coast in the direction of Vildsund. There are clefts and valleys created from the erosion of melted water at the end of the last Ice Age. There are 17 preserved grave mounds in the area. Six of them are nicely situated on a row down the hill crest. The area is preserved, and in order to maintain the moor, there are pacture sheeps on the steep slopes.

Lundehøj

In Ullerup, a bit north of Heltborg, you will find the 6000 year old stone house which is open to the public.

The Limfjord centre, Doverodde

150 years after the first grocer’s was established in Doverodde, the Doverodde grocer’s house is now one of the best preserved merchant houses of Limfjorden from that period. Today it is a centre of experience with focus on Thy and Limfjorden. In the old grain silo, there are exhibitions of geological occurrences and animals from that period.

In the old warehouse you can find an exciting activity room where you can examine the fish and other animals you yourself have caught in the bay. There are also exhibitions showing the development of the merchant’s houses over the years. Furthermore there are various exhibitions and activities.

The ancient churchyard at Ydby Hede.

With its 49 grave mounds, this ancient churchyard is the biggest one in Denmark.

Lunaria and Danas Have. The art collection, which is the only one of its kind, shows different exhibitions by the artist, Susanne Twermoes and her poetic world of images, i.e. a life work created out of leaves and petals. From the adventure garden of the museum there is a view of the Vikings’ Limfjord which is crossed by the Amber Road (Ravvejen) near Sindrup towards Europe. Furthermore there is a museum of the most famous Limfjord poets, e.g. Johs. V. Jensen, J.P. Jakobsen, Jeppe Åkjær etc.

Vestervig church

Vestervig church is the biggest village church in Scandinavia. It has one of Denmark’s finest organs with 52 stops, which can be enjoyed at exquisite church concerts. The church is also known for the legend about the sad love story between Liden Kirsten and Prince Buris. Liden Kirsten, the half sister to Valdemar den Store, had a love affair with the brother to Queen Sofie, Prince Buris. When Valdemar discovered the relationship, he had Liden Kirsten dance until she died. She was buried at Vestervig cemetery. Prince Buris was blinded, gelded and chained to the church wall right next to Liden Kirsten’s grave. When he died, he was buried in the same grave as Liden Kirsten.