Coming from the North, Århus Bight is the first part of Denmark that looks like Denmark. Rather shallow, and
with outlying islands, it's a fairly sheltered cruising ground. The outlying islands are pretty, if rather quiet.
There are a number of marinas in the area, but many of them are out of town. This makes them suitable for long term
stay, or laying up in the winter, but not much as a destination. Among these are Kalovig, Egå, and Øer Havn.
Århus is a major city, and well worth a visit. Ebeltoft is a tourist
attraction, and Hov (also known as Hou) a small fishing village.